Our Policies

Our members define our policies and procedures within our organization to align with our values. Below you will find information about some of our policies. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to connect with one of our staff.

Values Code

This is a set of values that was developed by the Youth Leadership Council. The Fed Values Code holds all members, alumni, staff, adult supports and board to a standard of behavior when participating in events and activities put on by the Fed.


Approved by our membership, our Bylaws are the official rules that guide how the organization is run and how important decisions will be made. They are the most important rules at the Fed and they require member involvement to change.

Duty to Report

This policy explains how staff and volunteers at the Fed have a legal responsibility to report child abuse and neglect under the Child, Family and Community Service Act.

Confidentiality Policy

This policy outlines which information is kept confidential and what confidentiality means to Fed staff, volunteers, members, and participants.

Privacy and Information Protection Policy

This policy ensures the protection of personal information through compliance with BC's Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) and other legislation. 

Medication Policy

This policy ensures youth medications are stored and distributed safely at all events. 

Media Consent

This policy explains how media of an individual can be used if consent is provided.