Governance

Board of Directors

BOARD MEMBERS | 2020-2021

PRESIDENT

Carolyn Hunter

VICE-PRESIDENT

Faye d'Eon-Eggertson

TREASURER

Vacant

SECRETARY

Vacant

CO-DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE

Jay Frandsen

CO-DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE

Michael Fraser

MEMBER-AT-LARGE

Myrah Graham

MEMBER-AT-LARGE

Tess Forbes

MEETING MINUTES

JOIN THE BOARD

Club members can participate on the Inuvik Ski Club Board of Directors to advise on club operations, trail development, and skiing/recreation programming. A director is elected for a two year term, and there are many opportunities for training and development as a Board member.

If you are:

  • An open-minded, flexible, and innovative leader;

  • Prepared to attend monthly board meetings;

  • Familiar with or willing to learn board policies and procedures, and;

  • Interested in contributing to the Inuvik & Beaufort-Delta ski community;

COME JOIN US! See the Volunteer page for more details or email info@inuvikskiclub.ca.

MEMBERSHIP SURVEY

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INSURANCE

Nordiq Canada maintains liability insurance for all clubs registered with Cross Country NWT. This coverage applies to all Inuvik Ski Club Members when involved in a ski-related activity.

It is mandatory that all Members and participants in Inuvik Ski Club programs sign an Informed Consent and Assumption of Risk Agreement, either electronically upon purchasing a membership, or separately by completing and submitting a paper Informed Consent and Assumption of Risk Agreement to the Club.

APPROACH TO SPORT

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) has five calls to action relating to sport and recreation:

#87 Tell stories of Indigenous athletes.

#88 Ensure long-term Indigenous athlete development and growth.

#89 Change the Physical Activity and Sport Act to reduce barriers and increase Indigenous sport participation.

#90 Ensure sport policies, programs and initiatives are inclusive and reflect Indigenous culture and anti-racism awareness.

#91 Ensure International sporting events involve Indigenous peoples and respect territorial protocols.

Ideas to support these calls to action in your program:

  • Use a co-leadership approach.

  • Learn about the culture and the community you live in.

  • Speak to elders and learn about community protocol and traditions.

  • Find ways to include cultural aspects into your program.

  • Introduce ceremonies, songs, and dance as a way to celebrate or honour guests.

  • Learn about and honour protocols of host communities when you travel.

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