MURA communicates through distribution of printed materials, email and a website. These media based services exist to support MURA in serving its members. Future directions may incorporate newer technologies, such as social media or apps, for example.
Interpretation of what is appropriate and relevant to communicate should be inclusive and generous, rather than limiting or constraining.
Available resources and expertise as well as timeliness of submission may affect prioritization, scheduling or selection of items for communication.
All materials for publication must satisfy community standards of legality, decency and good taste, in accordance with current Canadian legislation, including current federal anti-spam law (see Canada's Law on Spam and Other Electronic Threats).
Member submissions may have associated potential for personal profit or benefit, but MURA reserves the right to judge what constitutes an acceptable submission.
Retirees whose messages are being passed to the membership may designate themselves in any factual manner they choose.
Friends of MURA as defined by Council and/or the Executive (See Appendix) may be included in digital distributions at the discretion of the editors.
Unacceptable content includes but is not limited to:
Acceptable content includes but is not limited to:
Requests for any exemptions from the above guidelines are to be sent to the MURA Executive for consideration and decision.
As adopted by MURA Council, May 11, 2016