News & Publications

With our finger on the pulse of corporate governance in Canada and abroad, the ICD produces and distributes a number of high-quality governance resources to keep our members up to date and well-informed.

Director Journal

Director Journal is the official print publication of the Institute of Corporate Directors and features in-depth analysis of governance issues and trends written by experienced directors, senior executives, and governance experts. This full-colour publication is published and distributed to members six times a year.        
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ISSN 2371-5634 (Print)
ISSN 2371-5650 (Online)

Conference Connects e-newsletter

Stay connected to ICD's national governance gathering prior to the event with thought-provoking newsletter articles based on the conference themes.  Post-conference each issue will contain special reports on the highlights and key learnings from the day. 

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Directors' Responsibilities Guide

Developed by Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP in collaboration with the ICD, the 6th edition of Directors’ Responsibilities in Canada offers Canadian directors a comprehensive guide to the responsibilities and potential liabilities imposed on directors of Canadian corporations, as well as strategies for mitigating business as well as personal risk. 

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Eyes on Governance e-newsletter

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Latest Articles

Directors on the Move

Directors on the Move

10/07/2017
Spencer Stuart

Directors on the Move™ provides a detailed listing of new, publicly announced board appointments across Canada.

ICD Chapter Event Insights

ICD Chapter Event Insights

08/07/2017

Takeaways from regular ICD chapter events across the country

How to Improve Your Board's Gender Balance

How to Improve Your Board's Gender Balance

07/07/2017
George Horhota

We all recognize that there is a serious gender imbalance on most corporate boards. Among the 677 issuers listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, 45 percent have failed to appoint any female directors.

Change Management Has Changed: Boards Must Too

Change Management Has Changed: Boards Must Too

06/07/2017
Edmond Mellina

Edmond Mellina argues that it’s the board’s job to ensure that management hires disruptive leaders – and to serve as a bridge between these innovators and the organization’s legacy parts

Unstoppable Change, Relentless Innovation

Unstoppable Change, Relentless Innovation

05/07/2017
Simon Avery

Canada's Governor General urges boards to resist complacency in dynamic times