Period October 1st to December 31, 2012
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.
|01–02/10/2012||Regina: Regional visit and President’s Awards ceremony||$2,103.25|
|09–11/10/2012||Toronto: Senior Executive Team (SET) meeting, CBC/Radio-Canada Board of Directors meetings and working from Toronto office||$815.40|
|05–10/11/2012||London, United Kingdom: Public Broadcasters International (PBI) Conference and various meetings||$9,474.63|
|17–23/11/2012||Ottawa: CRTC hearings and CBC/Radio-Canada Board of Directors meetings||$2,254.00|
|28–30/11/2012||Ottawa: CRTC hearings||$839.00|
|10–12/12/2012||Toronto: Working from Toronto office||$1,681.00|
|20–27/12/2012||Matane: Tour of station, interviews and meeting with employees||$844.47|
Duty Entertainment Expenses
|10/10/2012||Toronto: Breakfast meeting with an industry representative||$31.12|
|08/11/2012||London, United Kingdom: Breakfast meeting with two industry representatives||$78.33|
|09/11/2012||London, United Kingdom: Breakfast meeting with an industry representative||$19.55|
Internal Business Hospitality claims
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