Sector Committee - Terms of Reference
1. To promote, develop,
a private sector role in and outside the Society for the benefit of all
Canadians through appropriate strategies, priorities, programs,
and activities related to meteorology and oceanography.
2. To act as an advisory
Executive and Council on matters related to the private sector in
3. To maintain an active
sector companies and their specialties.
4. To consult and
appropriate government departments in Canada through a variety of means
such as regular meetings with the Operational Management Committee and
regional centres of the Meteorological Service of Canada.
5. To meet and organize one
sessions at each CMOS Congress.
6. To foster a relationship
private sector interest groups in the US and elsewhere.
Mode of Operation:
will normally work and meet by e-mail and will hold at least one
per year. It may also appoint ad hoc working or study groups as
Membership and Terms of
There shall be 5 or more members of the committee, each appointed for a
three-year term with the option to renew.
This is a
an annual report in accordance with Appendix III to the By-Laws.
1. To serve as the focus
issues of importance to the Society.
2. To advocate, as
behalf of the private sector in meteorology and oceanography, in the
of societal activities and initiatives.
3. To support the CMOS
on private sector matters as required.
Approved by CMOS Council: