Canada's Top Directors Honoured for Contributions to Country

Jun 01, 2018
Last night, hundreds of influential Directors from across the country gathered to honour the newest recipients of the Institute of Corporate Director’s (ICD) 2018 Fellowship Awards in Vancouver. 

The ICD was pleased to honour the following individuals who have earned the designation of F.ICD, joining a prestigious group comprised of Canada’s leading Directors:
  • Brian Brodie, MD, ICD.D, CCPE – Chair, Canadian Medical Association Board of Directors
  • Hon. Anne McLellan, PC, OC, AOE – Director, Nutrien and Cameco
  • David Denison, OC, FCA, LLD – Chair, Hydro One Limited
  • Robert Tessier – Chairman of the Board, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec
“These four Directors personify excellence in the boardroom, and do not shy away from acting boldly, embracing change and enabling innovation. They are true leaders who have set the new standard in good governance and whose work has paved the way for Canada’s success at home and abroad,” said Rahul Bhardwaj, President and CEO, Institute of Corporate Directors.    
The ICD Fellowship Awards, established in 1997, recognize the outstanding contributions of Directors who have had a meaningful impact on the economic and social fabric of our country. Nominated by their peers, the ICD Fellows are selected by an independent committee based on criteria such as leadership, accountability, contributions to governance and effectiveness.
About the ICD:
The Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) is a not-for-profit, member-based association representing Canadian directors and boards across the for-profit, not-for-profit, and Crown sectors. The ICD has more than 13,500 members and 11 Chapters across Canada and fosters the sharing of knowledge and wisdom through education, professional development programs and services, and thought leadership. ICD members across all sectors of the economy oversee well in excess of $1 trillion in market capitalization and institutions that impact the lives of virtually every Canadian.