Period from July 1st to September 30, 2008
CBC/Radio-Canada has adopted a de-centralized approach to its head office functions. This requires the President and CEO to maintain offices in Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal and hold senior management meetings every six weeks in one of these cities. The President also travels to meet and dialogue with employees in the regions.
With a large base of corporate stakeholders scattered throughout the country, the President must represent the national public broadcaster at a number of industry events and cultivate relationships with many key individuals and groups.
The expenses of the President and CEO are reviewed and ratified, on a quarterly basis, by the Audit Committee of CBC/Radio-Canada's Board of Directors.
Mr. Hubert T. Lacroix began his term as President and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada on January 1, 2008.
|07-08/07/2008||Toronto – Various briefings with the English Services executive team and departmental tours||$1,068.61|
|21/07/2008||Toronto: CBC/Radio-Canada Board of Directors’ meeting||$698.57|
|23–24/07/2008||Ottawa – Various briefings||$365.95|
|29/07/2008||Toronto – Various briefings||$623.32|
|18–19/08/2008||Toronto – Tour of CBC facilities for the broadcast of the Beijing Olympics and the launch of CBC Radio 2||$946.78|
|26–27/08/2008||Ottawa – On site in the news department as part of Executives in the Field||$331.09|
|5–7/9/2008||Toronto – Invited to the Toronto International Film Festival||$1,529.99|
|9–12/09/2008||Edmonton and Regina – Tour of stations and meetings with employees, union leaders and management teams||$5,355.22|
|15/09/2008||Toronto – Meeting with union||$624.47|
|21–24/09/2008||Halifax and Charlottetown – Regional tour, meetings with employees, union leaders and management teams, as well as CBC/Radio-Canada Board of Directors’ meetings||$3,799.54|
Duty Entertainment Expenses
|15/07/2008||Business meal with an industry representative||$90.29|
|16/07/2008||Business meal with National Film Board commissioner T. Perlmutter||$26.68|
|03/09/2008||Breakfast meeting with an industry representative||$13.19|