R-25.01 - Act respecting the Réseau de transport métropolitain

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24. The Network is administered by a board of directors composed of 15 members, designated as follows:
(1)  three by Ville de Montréal, acting through its urban agglomeration council;
(2)  one by Ville de Laval;
(3)  one by Ville de Longueuil, acting through its urban agglomeration council;
(4)  four by the local municipalities of the North Shore;
(5)  four by the local municipalities of the South Shore;
(6)  two users of shared transportation services by the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal, of whom one must be a user of transportation adapted to meet the needs of mobility impaired persons.
The members designated by the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal must be users of shared transportation services who reside in its territory.
At least seven members must qualify as independent members. The Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal determines which of the municipalities or groups of municipalities referred to in the first paragraph are required to designate independent members and sets the minimum number of such members that they must designate. The decision of the Community requires a two-thirds majority of the votes cast.
A member is independent if the authority that designates the member is of the opinion that he or she qualifies as an independent director within the meaning of section 4 of the Act respecting the governance of state-owned enterprises (chapter G-1.02). Sections 5 to 8 of that Act apply, with the necessary modifications.
Independent members are designated taking into account the expertise and experience profiles approved by the board.
2016, c. 82016, c. 8, s. 4.
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24. The Network is administered by a board of directors composed of 15 members, designated as follows:
(1)  three by Ville de Montréal, acting through its urban agglomeration council;
(2)  one by Ville de Laval;
(3)  one by Ville de Longueuil, acting through its urban agglomeration council;
(4)  four by the local municipalities of the North Shore;
(5)  four by the local municipalities of the South Shore;
(6)  two users of shared transportation services by the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal, of whom one must be a user of transportation adapted to meet the needs of mobility impaired persons.
The members designated by the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal must be users of shared transportation services who reside in its territory.
At least seven members must qualify as independent members. The Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal determines which of the municipalities or groups of municipalities referred to in the first paragraph are required to designate independent members and sets the minimum number of such members that they must designate. The decision of the Community requires a two-thirds majority of the votes cast.
A member is independent if the authority that designates the member is of the opinion that he or she qualifies as an independent director within the meaning of section 4 of the Act respecting the governance of state-owned enterprises (chapter G-1.02). Sections 5 to 8 of that Act apply, with the necessary modifications.
Independent members are designated taking into account the expertise and experience profiles approved by the board.
2016, c. 82016, c. 8, s. 4.