THE COMMUNITY CHARTER
90 (1) A part of a council meeting may be closed to the public if the subject matter being considered relates to or is one or more of the following:
(a) personal information about an identifiable individual who holds or is being considered for a position as an officer, employee or agent of the municipality or another position appointed by the municipality;
(b) personal information about an identifiable individual who is being considered for a municipal award or honour, or who has offered to provide a gift to the municipality on condition of anonymity;
(e) the acquisition, disposition or expropriation of land or improvements, if the council considers that disclosure could reasonably be expected to harm the interests of the municipality;
(f) law enforcement, if the council considers that disclosure could reasonably be expected to harm the conduct of an investigation under or enforcement of an enactment;
(h) an administrative tribunal hearing or potential administrative tribunal hearing affecting the municipality, other than a hearing to be conducted by the council or a delegate of council;
(i) the receipt of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose;
(j) information that is prohibited, or information that if it were presented in a document would be prohibited, from disclosure under section 21 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act;
(k) negotiations and related discussions respecting the proposed provision of a municipal service that are at their preliminary stages and that, in the view of the council, could reasonably be expected to harm the interests of the municipality if they were held in public;
(l) discussions with municipal officers and employees respecting municipal objectives, measures and progress reports for the purposes of preparing an annual report under section 98 [annual municipal report];
(m) a matter that, under another enactment, is such that the public may be excluded from the meeting;
(n) the consideration of whether a council meeting should be closed under a provision of this subsection or subsection (2);
(o) the consideration of whether the authority under section 91 [other persons attending closed meetings] should be exercised in relation to a council meeting.
(2) A part of a council meeting must be closed to the public if the subject matter being considered relates to one or more of the following:
(a) a request under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, if the council is designated as head of the local public body for the purposes of that Act in relation to the matter;
(b) the consideration of information received and held in confidence relating to negotiations between the municipality and a provincial government or the federal government or both, or between a provincial government or the federal government or both and a third party;
(c) a matter that is being investigated under the Ombudsperson Act of which the municipality has been notified under section 14 [ombudsperson to notify authority] of that Act;
(d) a matter that, under another enactment, is such that the public must be excluded from the meeting.
92 Before holding a meeting or part of a meeting that is to be closed to the public, a council must state, by resolution passed in a public meeting,
(b) the basis under the applicable subsection of section 90 on which the meeting or part is to be closed.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT
(a) regularly in accordance with its bylaw under section 794 [procedure, bylaws and enforcement], and
(2) A special board meeting is a board meeting other than a statutory, regular or adjourned meeting.
(3) If permitted under subsection (5), a board meeting or a board committee meeting may be conducted by means of electronic or other communications facilities.
(4) Members of the board who are participating under this section in a meeting conducted in accordance with subsection (3) are deemed to be present at the meeting.
(a) establish the procedures that are to be followed for the calling of meetings of the board and for the conduct of its business, including the manner by which resolutions may be passed and bylaws adopted;
(iii) meetings of any other committee composed solely of trustees of the improvement district acting in that capacity;
(c) establish the procedures for giving advance public notice respecting the date, time and place of meetings referred to in section 741 [annual general meeting] and any other meetings required to be open to the public by a regulation under section 739.1 (a) [regulations for public access to board meetings].
(2) The inspector or the chair of the trustees may call a meeting of the trustees for any purpose and the chair must do so when requested in writing by the inspector or by a majority of the trustees.
(3) The chair or the officer assigned responsibility under section 738.2 [corporate administration] must give notice to each trustee of each meeting of the board of trustees in accordance with the procedures established by bylaw under subsection (1) of this section.