Business travel and hospitality expenses

CBC/Radio-Canada executives are actively involved in industry activities both domestically and overseas. They travel internationally to fulfill the Corporation’s obligations as a shareholder in international broadcasters and a partner in various international broadcasting bodies, while also upholding relations with foreign public broadcasters with whom CBC/Radio-Canada does business.

The rules and guiding principles governing business travel are outlined in CBC/Radio-Canada’s Travel Management policy, while rules governing duty hospitality expenses are outlined in the Corporation’s Duty Entertainment, Receptions and Staff Functions policy. These policies provide directives for the reimbursement of legitimate and reasonable expenses incurred during the conduct of CBC/Radio-Canada business. In addition, as part of its financial statement audit process, at least once every three years the Auditor General of Canada applies specific procedures to examine a sample of such expenses, and sends its results to the Audit Committee. Quarterly business travel and duty hospitality expenses will continue to be posted on this site.

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