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Crown corporations governance study

Crown corporations governance study

1996-11-01
Auditor General of British Columbia

Good governance of a Crown corporation assumes that responsibility for acting in the public interest will be clearly assigned and accountability for discharging that responsibility will be clearly laid out.

Corporate governance: improving the effectiveness of crown corporation boards

Corporate governance: improving the effectiveness of crown corporation boards

1994-10-01
Eggleton, Arthur C.

These Proceedings summarize the Conference and Reception on Corporate Governance: Improving the Effectiveness of Crown Corporation Boards held in Ottawa October 5 and 6, 1994. They contain the presentations of those addressing the participants and a synthesis of the views expressed by the participants in the four discussion groups and the plenary armchair discussion. They offer some feedback from participants.

Crown corporations: their new accountability

Crown corporations: their new accountability

1985-11-01
Wileman, Tom

On September 1, 1984, substantial amendments to the Financial Administration Act (FAA) relating to the control and accountability of Crown corporations were proclaimed law.

Control of crown corporations

Control of crown corporations

1983-11-03
Ontario Hansard

That, in the opinion of this House, the government of Ontario should limit and control the growth of crown corporations and subsidiaries in the province of Ontario and make them accountable to the Legislature for the province of Ontario; and that all Ontario government agencies, boards, commissions, corporations and their subsidiaries should come under the direct control of the Legislature of Ontario;

Royal Commission on Financial Management & Accountability - final report

Royal Commission on Financial Management & Accountability - final report

1979-03-01
Privy Council Office

After two years of careful study and consideration, we have reached the deeply held conviction that the serious malaise pervading the management of government stems fundamentally from a grave weakening, and in some cases an almost total breakdown, in the chain of accountability, first within government, and second in the accountability of government to Parliament and ultimately to the Canadian people

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