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.
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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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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Directors on the Move™ provides a detailed listing of new, publicly announced board appointments across Canada.
As the Institute of Corporate Directors continues to develop its capacity to represent
the interests of Canada’s boards and directors, we are also refining how we collect
the opinions and perspectives of our members.
Takeaways from ICD chapter events across the country
Beth Reimer-Heck, Patrick Carlson, and Meghan Harris-Ngae
In late 2016, both the Alberta and federal governments announced programs that aim to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in part through taxation and constraints on emissions. This targeted transition to a low-carbon economy is a part of a global movement creating risks and opportunities that require board attention.
One of the most important roles of a board is to guide an organization’s strategy,
and yet there are few standards or accepted processes for doing so.