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Information collected from members:  From time to time, Governance Professionals of Canada shares member mailing and e-mail addresses (not phone numbers) with third parties for one-time use. These parties provide quality educational materials or services of interest to the members of Governance Professionals of Canada. Any decision to share member information is deliberated carefully and is always handled through bonded intermediaries (i.e. list brokers and mail houses).  Should you wish to have your name removed from lists used for these purposes, please send a written request to Governance Professionals of Canada, and we shall remove your name from the list as quickly as reasonably possible.

The Governance Professionals of Canada (GPC) was created in 1994, shortly after the Dey Report was published by the TSX on ‘Where Are the Directors’. GPC‘s mandate is to be the voice of governance professionals in Canada. Its members deal with all matters affecting corporate governance, from board and committee processes, management and structure, disclosure, stakeholder engagement, legal and corporate compliance, as well as issues crucial to boards, their accountability and oversight.