Club Governance

The Executive, Regional Directors and Toller Talk Editors are elected for a two-year term.
The following members will serve for 2019 and 2020. Elected positions with the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Club of Canada are available to members in good standing who are residents of Canada and who have held membership for at least one year.

For more information about the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Club of Canada, browse the official governing documents below to understand how our organization works.

PRESIDENT
Stephanie Halse
pres@toller.ca

VICE PRESIDENT
Linda Hixson
v-pres@toller.ca

SECRETARY
Vacant
info@toller.ca

TREASURER
Rachel Thornton-Hughes
treasurer@toller.ca

MEMBERSHIP & BREEDER DIRECTORY
Colin Davies
membership@toller.ca

Representing the members in their respective regions, Regional Directors act as contacts for organizational events and help promote Club activities in their area. If you have a question about Tollers or Club membership, please contact the Regional Director in your region.

ATLANTIC
Mary Kendall-Brooks
atlantic-director@toller.ca

ONTARIO
Betty Steinbock
ontario-director@toller.ca

QUEBEC
Vacant
info@toller.ca

PRAIRIES
Elaine MacDonald
prairies-director@toller.ca

BRITISH COLUMBIA
Jane Wright
bc-director@toller.ca

YUKON & NW TERRITORIES
Joanne Organ
yukonnwt-director@toller.ca

These volunteers fill valuable contact positions within the Organization:

TOLLER TALK EDITOR
Jane Wright – Interim
tollertalk@toller.ca

WEBSITE ADMINISTRATOR
Debbie Unger
webadmin@toller.ca

TOLLER HEALTH COMMITTEE
CHAIR: Jamie Klein
toller-health@toller.ca

RESCUE COORDINATOR
Karen Machin
rescue@toller.ca

CLUB HISTORIAN
Mary Philpot
historian@toller.ca

EPILEPSY INFORMATION
Ruth Peacock
info@toller.ca

Code of Ehtics

Encouraging the advancement and preservation of the Toller and promoting high standards among Breeders and Owners.

Constitution

Download our Club Constitution to learn more about the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Club of Canada.

Bylaws

Download our Bylaws to get an understanding of our organization and structure.

Forms + Documents

If you’re looking for some specific club forms or documents, be sure to check out this page.

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