Category Archives: Governance

Posts which address governance models, the work of the board, board processes, and the relationship between board and staff. The category is about governance and governing, as opposed to corporate structure and related legal matters.

COVID-19: Options for Corporate AGMs in Ontario

This entry is part 11 of 13 in the series COVID-19.

Ontario On March 31, 2020 the Ontario government issued an Emergency Order that Allows all corporations under the Corporations Act and the Business Corporations Act to hold meetings of directors, shareholders and members virtually (electronically or by phone) Extends the timeframe by which corporations must hold Annual General Meetings (AGMs)… More

One month until the New BC Societies Act

Authored by Philip Milley, Associate Director of Legal Affairs The new British Columbia Societies Act (the “Act“) will replace the current Society Act on November 28, 2016. While it is, in many ways, similar to the outgoing Society Act, it also introduces a number of new changes. Some of the key changes have been reviewed in… More

Special Edition CCCC Bulletin for Church Boards

CCCC has produced a special edition of the CCCC Bulletin called Healthy Church Boards! Here’s an overview of what’s inside this edition: Basic Duties and Responsibilities of a Director Creating Effective Board Committees Taming Conflict at the Board Table Understanding and Reading Financial Statements The Unique Challenges of Church Boards… More

Healthy Church Boards

CCCC has produced a special edition of the CCCC Bulletin called Healthy Church Boards. This complimentary resource includes fantastic content designed specifically to strengthen boards in the local church. We are offering this as a complimentary resource that may be shared widely. Here’s an overview of what’s inside this edition:… More