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Hydro One material change report

Hydro One material change report

2018-07-11
Hydro One

On July 11, 2018, Hydro One Limited (“HOL”), on behalf of itself and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Hydro One, announced that following an approach by HOL to the Province of Ontario (the “Province”), they have entered into an agreement for the purpose of the orderly replacement of the board of directors of Hydro One and HOL and the retirement of Mayo Schmidt as the chief executive officer effective July 11, 2018.

Crown corporations: a field guide

Crown corporations: a field guide

2018-06-13
Hansell, Carol

To better support crown corporation directors in improving the effectiveness of their boards, we have developed a quantitative and qualitative database which examines in-depth the boards, committees, and general governance practices of over one hundred of Canada’s largest crown corporations.

The role of the board in creating a safe workplace

The role of the board in creating a safe workplace

2018-05-16
MacDonald, E. Grant Wilson, Heather

Not-for-profit organizations are not immune to unwanted and unwelcome public attention.  Scandals, and there have been some high profile ones, can threaten the reputation and fundraising potential of both large and small NFPs and those scandals can take on a particularly ugly character.

Directors and officers in Canada

Directors and officers in Canada

2018-05-01
Stikeman Elliott LLP

Directors and Officers in Canada is a concise guide to the duties and liabilities of board members and corporate officers.

Corporate governance practices and trends: a comparison of large public companies and Silicon Valley companies

Corporate governance practices and trends: a comparison of large public companies and Silicon Valley companies

2018-04-30
Bell, David A.

Governance practices and trends (or perceived trends) among the largest companies are generally presented as normative for all public companies. 

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