Period October 1 to December 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.
|03/10/2011||Ottawa: Meeting with M. D'Auray, Secretary of the Treasury Board; attendance at film premiere of Breakaway||$8.00|
|13/10/2011||Ottawa: Work from Ottawa office; meeting with J. Charette, Associate Secretary, Privy Council Office||$295.98|
|17-21/10/2011||Regina: Regional tour; President's Awards ceremony; lunch with employees; meetings with English and French Services management; meeting with union representatives; interviews; meetings with French Services stakeholders; dinner with English Services stakeholders. Vancouver: Regional tour; President's Awards ceremony; meeting with employees; meetings with English and French Services management; interviews; meetings with union representatives. Kelowna: Regional tour; meeting with employees; interviews; lunch with stakeholders; return to Vancouver and attendance at an evening event. Victoria: Regional tour, meeting with employees; interviews||$8,389.25|
|25-27/10/2011||Ottawa: Appearance before parliamentary committee (Heritage Committee); work from Ottawa office. Toronto: Attendance at Massey Lectures at University of Toronto||$1,649.18|
|08-10/11/2011||Toronto: Work from Toronto office||$1,621.37|
|23-24/11/2011||Ottawa: Appearance before parliamentary committee (Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics)||$469.39|
|27-29/11/2011||Ottawa: International Institute of Communications (IIC) conference; work from Ottawa office||$679.70|
|01-02/12/2011||Ottawa: Work from Ottawa office; attendance at deputy ministers' lunch (forum organized by the Canada School of Public Service)||$379.12|
|05/12/2011||Toronto: Work from Toronto office; attendance at Women in Film and Television - Toronto's (WIFT-T) annual Crystal Awards, this year honouring J. Bristow, Executive Director, Studio and Unscripted Programming, English Services||$775.42|
|07-08/12/2011||Toronto: Work from Toronto office||$994.13|
|19/12/2011||Ottawa: Work from Ottawa office; Deputy Ministers' Committee meeting||$136.04|
|21-26/12/2011||Matane: Station tour; meetings with employees; interviews; lunch with community leaders. Sept-Iles: Station tour; meetings with employees; interviews; lunch with community leaders||$2,849.16|
Duty Entertainment Expenses
|26/10/2011||Toronto: Breakfast meeting with industry representative||$41.16|
|31/10/2011||Lunch meeting with industry representative and W. Chambers, Vice-President, Brand, Communications and Corporate Affairs||$51.58|
|08/11/2011||Breakfast meeting with legal community representative||$15.67|
|09/11/2011||Toronto: Breakfast meeting with D. Chopra, CEO of Canada Post||$29.30|
|25/11/2011||Lunch meeting with two industry representatives||$92.69|
|27/11/2011||Ottawa: Lunch meeting with industry representative||$78.50|
|28/11/2011||Ottawa: Dinner meeting with industry representative||$140.91|
Internal Business Hospitality Expenses
|20/10/2011||Vancouver: Working breakfast with K. LaPointe, English Services Ombudsman||$53.76|
* For additional information on the treatment of business travelling expenses of the President and CEO for work in Ottawa please click here.