H-5 - Hydro-Québec Act

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20.3. The annual management report of the Company must comprise a section on its governance, including the following information relating to the board members:
(1)  the dates of appointment and expiry of term of all board members, as well as the identification of those with the status of independent director;
(2)  the identification of any other board of directors on which a board member sits;
(3)  a summary of the expertise and experience profile of each board member and a statement of the board members’ attendance at board and committee meetings;
(4)  the code of ethics and rules of professional conduct applicable to board members; and
(5)  a status report on compliance with the requirements relating to the independence of board members, the proportion of women, the presence of a board member 35 years of age or under at the time of appointment and the presence of a board member representative of the diversity of Québec society and, if the composition of the board of directors did not meet those requirements at the end of the fiscal year, the reasons for that situation.
2006, c. 59, s. 61; 2022, c. 19, s. 158.
In the subparagraph 5 of first paragraph, the words “and the presence of a member representative of the diversity of Québec society” will come into force on the date of coming into force of the first policy established under subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 43 of the Act respecting the governance of state-owned enterprises (2022, c. 19, s. 463 (1)).
20.3. The annual report of the Company must comprise a section on its governance, including the following information relating to the board members:
(1)  the dates of appointment and expiry of term of all board members, as well as the identification of those with the status of independent director;
(2)  the identification of any other board of directors on which a board member sits;
(3)  a summary of the expertise and experience profile of each board member and a statement of the board members’ attendance at board and committee meetings; and
(4)  the code of ethics and rules of professional conduct applicable to board members.
2006, c. 59, s. 61.