The Canadian Institute’s 16th Annual Conference on Crown Corporate Governance returns in a completely interactive virtual format to help you navigate a complex governance environment, respond to the evolving risk landscape, and stay on top of what is on the horizon for 2021 and beyond.

On-Demand Virtual Conference

Due to social distancing and large group gathering restrictions, CI’s 16th Annual Crown Corporate Governance conference changed its format from an in-person event to a live and interactive virtual conference. If you missed the conference, you can still purchase the recording and watch on your schedule. Watch from wherever you may be, access information delivered by our expert speaker faculty as you would at an onsite event.

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Hear from 17 federal, provincial, and territorial crowns

The 2021 program features timely content on the complexities of governance at this unique historical moment. The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing crowns to contend with important challenges in workforce management and business continuity, while presenting new opportunities to re-imagine how public services are delivered. At the same time, social movements like Black Lives Matter and demands for increased diversity are setting new expectations for boards and managers.

MEET THE CO-CHAIRS
Darlene Halwas

Darlene Halwas

Board Member
Canadian Development Investment Corporation

Thomas H. Yeo

Thomas H. Yeo

Counsel
Torys LLP

FEATURED SPEAKERS FROM ACROSS CANADA
Marg Epp

Marg Epp

Chair
Nunavut Business Credit Corporation

Catherine R. Gryba

Catherine R. Gryba

Former Board Member
eHealth Saskatchewan

Simon Kamel

Simon Kamel

Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary
Royal Canadian Mint

Lalit Aggarwal

Lalit Aggarwal

Chair
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario

Teresa Woo-Paw

Teresa Woo-Paw

Chair
Canadian Race Relations Foundation

HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2021
  • How to navigate financial uncertainty, deliver on your mandate, and oversee risk in the pandemic
  • Why and how crowns must seize opportunities induced by the pandemic to stay ahead of the curve
  • The most important developments in the law of corporate governance
  • Case study of how one board successfully streamlined its information management process
  • Governing amid social movements for black and indigenous rights
A MUST-ATTEND EVENT FOR

Federal and Provincial Crown Corporations and Agencies

  • Chairs
  • Directors
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Presidents
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • General Counsel
  • Corporate Secretaries
  • In-House Counsel
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Risk Managers
  • Compliance Officers

 
AND:

  • Governance Consultants
  • Governance Lawyers
  • Public Sector Accountants
  • HR Professionals
  • Risk Managers and Directors
  • Public Relations Firms

WHAT PAST ATTENDEES HAVE TO SAY
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The best gathering of crown corporation representatives in Canada each year.

Chair, FCNB
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This was my 1st Governance conference & overall I enjoyed the presentations and topics.

Sr Advisor Business Services, Nunavut
Business Credit Corporation
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All topics presented were very current & topical. Lots of ideas to bring back.

Policy Advisor, WDBA