THE GOALS

PACIFIC


British Columbia


PRAIRIES

Manitoba  
Saskatchewan
Alberta

NW Territories
Yukon

ONTARIO



QUEBEC



ATLANTIC

New Brunswick
Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island

Newfoundland
Labrador

                        This umbrella federation of and for Canadian rose societies was officially incorporated in January 2002 under the name of National-Roses-Canada. The members of the first board of directors were elected by their respective regional rose societies, with a special effort made to ensure that all regions of Canada were represented. The goals of the N-R-C, formulated in response to needs expressed by the member rose societies , are as follows:

                          The members of the board of directors (currently five in number) must be elected annually in their respective regions. Five regions have been defined and must be represented on the board, as stated in the constitution of  N-R-C. The geographic, political, economic, climatic and demographic diversity of our country was taken into account, along with the relative concentrations of population and the potential in developing new rose societies. The five regions are represented by the five stars in the federations's corporate seal and logo. The unity of the regions is represented by the single wild rose in the seal and the logo.

                          Regions are:    

  • Atlantic region
  • Quebec region
  • Ontario region
  • Prairies region
  • Pacific region