standing rules

Parts XXI - XXIV

XXI. Records: The minutes of meetings prepared by the Secretary and approved by Senate, together with all documents circulated or tabled, would constitute the official record.

Parts XI - XV

XI. Voting: Voting on motions and resolutions shall be by a show of hands; unless by a majority vote upon a motion or the suggestion of the chair, the members present decide in any particular...

Parts VI - X

VI. Order of Business: The Agenda, together with all related documents, should be distributed to senators, and also be placed in a number of public repositories where they could be examined by...

Parts I - V

I. Enacting Clause: The proceedings of Senate are governed by the Statutes of McGill University (as enacted in 1939, and re-enacted or amended by the Board of Governors from time to time)...

Parts XVI - XX

XVI. Duration and Frequency of Interventions: Members of Senate, in making motions, shall be permitted up to eight minutes to speak. The seconder of the motion, all other speakers on the motion,...