Period from January 1st to March 31, 2011
CBC/Radio-Canada has adopted a de-centralised approach to its head office functions. This requires the President and CEO to maintain offices in Toronto, Ottawa and Montréal. He holds Senior Executive Team meetings five times a year in one of these cities, and attends meetings of the Corporation’s Board of Directors six times a year across the country. The President also travels to meet 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.
Hubert T. Lacroix began his term as President and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada on January 1, 2008.
|10-11/01/2011||Ottawa: Working in Ottawa, including presentation of our five-year strategy “Driving towards 2015” to the CRTC||$412.45|
|13/01/2011||Toronto: Working in Toronto, including a speech before Massey College journalism students||$674.96|
|31/01-01/02/2011||Ottawa: Working in Ottawa, including internal launch of our five-year strategy “Driving towards 2015”||$230.00|
|07-09/02/2011||Toronto: Senior Executive Team (SET) meeting and meeting with SET to discuss 2011–12 business plans||$1,298.82|
|17-18/02/2011||Ottawa: Working in Ottawa, including cross-examination by the Commissioner of Official Languages and a speech before the CMPA (Canadian Media Production Association) Prime Time conference||$526.44|
|01-03/03/2011||Halifax and Sydney: Regional tour, including meetings with employees, unions and key stakeholders, as well as interviews||$4,454.50|
|10/03/2011||Ottawa: Working in Ottawa and Genie Awards gala||$136.39|
|14-16/03/2011||Ottawa: CBC/Radio-Canada Board of Directors meetings, and various meetings||$732.05|
|21/03/2011||Ottawa: Meeting with the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, and appearance before the Office of Access to Information||$158.73|
|28-30/03/2011||Toronto: Working in Toronto, including meetings with working groups from various sectors, and Monday Club conference at Massey College||$1,715.78|
|31/03-01/04/2011||Gatineau: Attendance of the Conference Board of Canada’s Canada/US Senior Leaders Forum||$386.79|
Duty Entertainment Expenses
|28/01/2011||Montreal: Lunch meeting with industry representative||$100.00|
|08-02-2011||Toronto: Breakfast meeting with business community representative||$46.68|
|21/02/2011||Montreal: Lunch meeting with industry representative||$219.49|
|31/03/2011||Ottawa: Lunch meeting with K. Von Finckenstein, Chair, CRTC||$242.47|
Internal Business Hospitality Claims
|07/02/2011||Toronto: Working dinner with M. Bertrand, Vice-President, Real Estate, Legal Services and General Counsel, to prepare for upcoming Board of Directors meetings||$86.58|
|30/03/2011||Toronto: Working lunch with CBC Radio host M. Enright||$67.39|
* For additional information on the treatment of business travelling expenses of the President and CEO for work in Ottawa please click here.