for your clinic or fitness center
ADMISSION CONDITIONS TO BECOME A PATRONATE MEMBER
- Support the vision, mission and objectives of the CPMDQ.
- Be a Practitioner Member in good standing.
- Fill in the Patronate Membership form.
- Pay the annual membership fee.
First and foremost, what is a trade union?
A professional union is a professional or categorical organization of a private nature which aims to defend the material and moral interests of its members. Professional unions have as their sole object the study, defense and development of the economic, social and moral interests of their members. In democratic countries, these organizations are independent of the State (but recognized by it) and governed by a set of laws which specify their status, the modalities, the guarantees and the limits of their exercise. This type of organization can bring together employees or members of employers. The employers are all business owners. One can conceive of the employers as the elite of the bourgeoisie, as a social class. Attention by “boss” we mean “business leaders, entrepreneurs” as opposed to managers.
What is an employer member?
An employer member is a member of the CPMDQ, a business leader, entrepreneur, administrator of a clinic or a fitness center who has the same mission and vision as that of the CPMDQ.
What are the advantages of becoming an employer member of the CPMDQ?
The patronage member of the CPMDQ has the opportunity to promote the interests, economic, social and moral of its supporting members, that is to say the clients, the patients, the students of his clinic and / or his center of fitness. The annual cost of union dues as a supporting member of the clinic or fitness center union is $ 12 per year payable to the CPMDQ.
- The professional union of the clinic or the fitness center is classified on the list of priority organizations during the temporary closure of businesses by the government. (COVID-19 example)
- The professional union of the clinic or the fitness center is exempt from filing an annual federal and provincial return on the union’s income.
- The union dues of the professional union of the clinic or the fitness center are exempt from the GST / QST.
- Union dues from the professional union of the clinic or fitness center for the services and benefits offered to supporting members of the union, such as treatment, training, or others are tax deductible.
- The professional union of the clinic or the fitness center is not subject to the application of the law of the Office of Consumer Protection.
- The professional union of the clinic or the fitness center is advertised in the “General Public and Insurers” section of the CPMDQ website.
Subject to the laws S-40 in force, the professional union of the clinic or the fitness center can enjoy all the powers necessary to the pursuit of its object.