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The introduction of new members to the CONSOREM is provided under article 13 of the general regulations of the corporation, which reads as such:

Regulation 13 – Introduction of new members

The corporation allows for the introduction of new members in classes A, B or C according to the following terms and conditions :

For more information, please contact Réal Daigneault, coordinator of the CONSOREM.


dot  MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES
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The corporation consists of four (4) categories of membership, the members of classes A, B, C, and D.

class A - INDUSTRY MEMBER

Will be a member of class A, any moral person working, directly or indirectly, in the industry related to the mineral sector, or any other related industry, which agrees to it, which has paid his annual membership dues and which has been accepted as such by resolution by the board of directors of the corporation.

class B - UNIVERSITY MEMBER

Will be a member of class B, any teaching institution of higher education or any organization duly recognised as such by the Quebec Ministry of Education, which agrees to it and which is accepted as such by resolution of the board of directors of the corporation.

class C - GOVERNMENT MEMBER

Will be a member of class C, any representative of a governmental or paragovernmental agency or of any ministry, provincial or federal, which agrees to it, which wants to bring his collaboration to the corporation and which is accepted as such by the board of directors of the corporation, being understood that the representatives are designated by each of the said agencies, governmental or paragovernmental, and ministries.

class D - ASSOCIATE MEMBER

Will be a member of class D, any person which does not qualify for any of the other membership categories, which wishes to bring his collaboration to the corporation and which will be accepted as such by resolution of the board of directors of the corporation.


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Has the status of a founding member, the members of classes A, B and C that were present at the time of the first members general assembly. The members that join after the first general assembly are regular members.