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Code of Conduct

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This Code of Conduct supports a strong culture of support, collaboration, respect, and ethics. It helps ensure that what we say, what we do and how we act is always in line with our values and in the best interest of ourselves and our peers.

 

  1. Always act with fairness, honesty, integrity, and openness; respect the opinions of others and treat all with equality and dignity without regard to gender, race, color, creed, ancestry, place of origin, political beliefs, religion, marital status, disability, age, or sexual orientation.
     

  2. Promote the mission and objectives of Canada Beyond The Blue in all dealings with the public on behalf of the organization.
     

  3. Strive to provide a positive and valued experience for members of Canada Beyond The Blue.
     

  4. Respect and maintain the confidentiality of individual personal information about persons within the organization, for example, in peer support, support groups or in meetings.
     

  5. Canada Beyond The Blue has a zero-tolerance policy with respect to personal or sexual harassment, bullying or cyber-bullying, gossip or rumor spreading. Any of these infractions in any form is strictly prohibited and may be grounds for termination as a member or volunteer from Canada Beyond The Blue or any Beyond The Blue chapter.