Chapters



The Institute of Corporate Directors has 11 chapters across Canada. Each chapter hosts professional development and networking events for members to learn best practices from governance experts and share ideas with their peers.

 

Upcoming National Events


A Taxing Question: The Impact of the Trump Tax Cut on Canada

23/04/2018 6:30:00 PM | Ottawa
President Donald Trump has hailed the recent U.S. tax cut as the largest in history. In reviewing the potential impact of this tax break, the Institute of Corporate Directors and Canada 2020 have partnered to assemble a group of leading experts and business people from both sides of the border to discuss the changes. How much of an impact will the changes have on U.S. competitiveness and on Canada? In what areas will the reduction in overall rates lead to significant changes? Will the new limitation on interest deductibility create an incentive to move debt onto the books of Canadian subsidiaries? Will even lower taxes on high-earners mean a shift of highly qualified talent to the United States? How should Canadian boards consider these developments and the impact on their firms? Join us in hearing our dynamic panel address some of these timely and relevant questions.

Digital Disruption

24/04/2018 7:15:00 AM | Victoria
This session will include collaboration tools to allow the audience to crowdsource questions for the panel and agree on one word to describe the board’s focus in a digital transformation.

The Board's Role in Preventing and Addressing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

26/04/2018 3:30:00 PM | Mississauga
Sexual harassment in the workplace has recently commanded global headlines. Organizations caught in a scandal risk reputational damage, staff turnover, legal liability and punitive damages. Boards need to be concerned about possible reputation and fiduciary risks.

Role of the Board and the CEO: Testing the Limits of Board Governance – Noses In and Fingers Out

27/04/2018 11:30:00 AM | Saint John, NB
This presentation will explore how board members must be noses in and fingers out. It will look at the duties, responsibilities and limitations of directors, officers and the CEO. A general overview of the meaning and application of the governing legislation in New Brunswick will be provided. 

Collaboration and Consolidation Issues for Not-for-Profits

09/05/2018 7:00:00 AM | Calgary
What does collaboration and co-operation look like in the not-for-profit sector? Market forces, changing innovative practices, government intervention, funder requirements and scarcity of resources are all increasing pressure on NFP organizations to find efficiencies, establish partnerships and collaborate with other organizations. This session examines the strategic imperative for collaboration, and the impact and opportunities for collaborative practices.

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