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Non-voting Board trustees

Guest Darlene Poulin CHEO

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Currently our Chief of Medical Staff is a non-voting member of the Board of Trustees. Is she eligible to make motions to the Board i.e. recommendations from the Medical Advisory Committee?

You're pretty much on your own when you stray from RONR's principle that all members can vote.

FWIW, many on this forum will argue that, if only one right is restricted (e.g. the right to vote), all other rights remain (e.g. the right to attend meetings).

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