Invest In Your Future: Five Reasons to Join Us
ADVOCACY. In an increasingly complex regulatory environment, GPC has kept governance professionals abreast of legislative changes and best practices. We represent your voice in the consultation process and promote good practices to all of our stakeholders.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & EVENTS. We offer PD sessions, webinars, an Annual Corporate Governance Conference and tradeshow, and an awards program and ceremony, all in order to enhance members' education, skillsets and success in their profession and organization.
NETWORKING. We provide networking opportunities both in-person and online through exclusive local events, online forums, membership directory and social media dialogues. We provide tools for members to build networks and their community through local and national contacts.
INFORMATION RESOURCES. We offer online access to the latest governance news and information including a glossary, links to regulatory resources, requests for assistance forms, job postings, a monthly e-newsletter, events as well as access to relevant professional publications.
STRATEGIC ALLIANCES. Aligned with other like-minded national and international bodies, we are positioned to offer a comprehensive perspective on corporate governance and access to other resources and events of interest to our members.
Who Can Join & Attend Our EventsOur membership is composed principally of corporate secretaries, assistant secretaries, governance professionals, business executives and those involved in corporate governance, ethics and compliance functions as well as others whose duties are normally associated with corporate governance in Canada.
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Who We Are
Governance Professionals of Canada (GPC) is the leading voice and resource for governance professionals and corporate secretaries in Canada. Every day in corporate, government, not-for-profit and Crown corporation offices across the country, our members deal with disclosure, boards of directors administration and their associated committees, matters of corporate governance, proxy processes, annual meetings and more.