The Land Between is fortunate to have a dedicated group of individuals to representing the common good.
The Council are made up of individuals that reflect the “common person” from across the region. The Council provides a grassroots perspective and the truly invaluable benefit to the organization of what is referred to as “lived-experience”. The Council members are also cherished as autonomous and equal members, who are trustworthy and are respected for their integrity. The Council is responsible for the development of strategic directions and to ensure democratic and fair decisions are made by the organization.
The Land Between is a nationally registered charity where are bylaws ensure equality among all board members. There are no executive members and there are no committees of the Council. No Council members are paid for their roles. All are volunteer.
The Land Between honours the original Treaties of Canada and as such operates with 50% First Nation peoples on our Council, and with one seat on Council that is delegated and not elected, to represent the First Nation of the Territory in which we operate.
2016-17 Council Members:
Keith Hodgson, Treasurer
Shane Taylor, Delegate on behalf of Curve Lake First Nation