The Sports & Recreation Committee is governed under the authority of the First Nation Chief & Council and is responsible for the planning and delivering of community based sports and recreational activities for members of all ages.
The Sports & Recreation Committee abide by all the existing rules and regulations as set forth the Chippewas of Kettle & Stony Point. The committee will promote healthy lifestyles and fair play in their activities. With the best interest of the First Nation in mind, the committee will work with any other First Nation department as required to plan and deliver high quality sports and recreational events and programs.
- There shall be a maximum of four (4) community members appointed by Chief & Council with two (2) Council portfolios. First Nations employees in the Sports & Recreation field are considered as resource personnel. One or all members of the Kettle & Stony Point Youth Committee shall be considered as resource personnel.
- There shall be one (1) meeting per month or as circumstances warrant.
- A quorum shall be considered as three voting members and is required in the event of funding disbursements. For other matters should no quorum exist, then the committee can operate on consensus.
- The committee members shall have representation for the duration of the elected Chief & Council or as appointed by Chief & Council. Should a position become vacant, then the committee can post for an alternate member.
- A member who misses three (3) consecutive meetings without a valid excuse can be removed from further participation at the committee discretion.
- Members must abide by the First Nation “Conflict of interest” policy.
- Members must sign the First Nation “Oath of Confidentiality” policy.
- All committee meetings must record accurately and submitted to Chief & Council for approval.
- A chairperson shall be identified prior to each meeting and shall hold no voting rights except in the event of breaking a tie.
- All committee members are encouraged to participate in any planned sports or recreational activities.
- Must be a registered member of the Kettle & Stony Point First Nation.
- Have some knowledge in planning and delivering sporting or recreational activities.
- Be willing to sign the First Nation “Oath of Confidentiality” policy and abide by the committee “Terms of Reference”.
- Be willing and able to participate in any Sports & Recreation Committee events and activities.
- Be willing and able to commit to a term of committee participation as referenced in Committee Structure item #4.
- All appeals are to be conducted as per attached Community Appeals & Redress Policy.
Three Fires Youth Centre Permission Form
Contact | Three Fires Youth Centre
|Days Open:||Monday – Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm Depending on Programs|
|Telephone:||Three Fires Youth Centre – 519-786-4893|
|Mailing Address:||9226 Lake Road, Kettle & Stony Point F.N., ON N0N 1J1|