Pine Point Tennis Club




The Club shall be designated as Pine Point Tennis Club Inc.

The Club shall be under the sponsorship of the Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Toronto.

The location of the Club is 15 Grierson Road in Pine Point Park in Etobicoke.

The Club’s business shall be run by its Executive Officers, consisting of President, Vice President, Treasurer and Recording Secretary and as many committee members as may be elected at the Annual General Meeting. The Past President will be a non-voting member of the Executive, but without mandatory attendance at Executive Committee meetings.

The Executive Officers and Committee Members are to be nominated and elected by the general membership. The Executive may appoint additional members to vacant positions during the season.

The above elected Executive shall function for a one year period lasting from the fall AGM of the current year to the AGM of the following year. Election of the new Executive shall take place at the Annual General Meeting.

The Executive must call at least one General Meeting per year, notification of which shall be announced at least 14 days prior to the meeting.

A quorum at the Annual General Meeting shall consist of 10% of the adult members. At quorum at Executive Meetings shall consist of the President or Vice­ President, and at least 4 other executive Officers, and/or Committee Members.

Any Executive Member not :fulfilling the duties of office may be asked to resign at the request of the Executive.

All business and monies transacted through the name of Pine Point Tennis Club Inc. is solely the responsibility of the Elected Members of the Executive.

Membership fees shall be determined by the Executive at the beginning of each season.

All members must abide by the rules and regulations as laid down by the Executive which shall include the OTA Code of Conduct, the City of Toronto Anti­ Harassment / Discrimination Policy and the Pine Point Tennis Club Code of Conduct.

The Executive reserves the right to suspend the membership of any member whom it judges to be acting destructive to the principles of the Club.

Any change to the Constitution shall be made by a two-thirds majority at the Annual General Meeting. Any proposed change to the Constitution must be submitted in writing to the President or Recording Secretary 30 days in advance of the AGM.


Created in 1959 when the club was formed. Announced at the Annual General Meeting, 2005 Amended at the AGM 2016