Corporate Ethics Management Council
Today’s senior ethics and compliance executives are challenged to keep ethics and compliance policies and practices up-to-date and top-of-mind for employees and leaders. But more than policy is required—organizations want a culture of integrity. Building one takes time and effort.
The Corporate Ethics Management Council (CEMC) is a national community of senior ethics and compliance leaders focused on building a culture of integrity within their organizations. Member-driven discussions create opportunities for meaningful exchange as they seek to develop strategies, policies, and programs that foster ethical behaviour, build trust, and go beyond regulatory compliance.
Who Should Join?
Senior leaders who oversee ethics and compliance programs within their organizations. Members are keen to learn from their peers and actively contribute to discussions.
- Bring together leaders in a safe environment that promotes collaborative dialogue.
- Explore emerging trends in the Canadian ethics and compliance landscape and their business impacts.
- Share tools, best practices, and innovations to effectively manage compliance programs and build a culture of integrity.
Benefits of Membership
|Network||Share||Learn and teach||Impact|
|Build relationships with industry thought leaders and senior executives from across Canada.||Showcase your work and expertise; suggest speakers and themes that matter to you and your organization.||Share your experience and rely on a trusted network of fellow leaders to act as a sounding board for ideas.||Communicate your department’s impacts on business strategy and demonstrate its role in preserving strong brand reputation by placing integrity and ethics at the forefront.|
For more information about the Corporate Ethics Management Council or to arrange for a guest invitation to attend one of our meetings, please contact our team.
From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET; after hours, please send an e-mail.
Alberta Health Services
Bank of Canada
Bruce Power LP
Canada Post Corporation
Canada Revenue Agency
Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited
Capital Power Corporation
Department of Finance Canada
Export Development Canada
Hydro One Inc.
Hydro One Networks Inc.
Inter Pipeline Ltd
Office of the Auditor General of Canada
Office of the Procurement Ombudsman
Ontario Power Generation Inc.
Siemens Canada Limited
Compliance Analyst at Siemens Canada Ltd.
The council provides an opportunity to engage with ethics and compliance professionals from multiple industries and share alternate perspectives to ultimately reach the same goal.
This section is currently underdevelopment. In the meantime, please visit this page to access all members-only content.
If you’re not a member and would like to become one, please contact us.
2-Day Virtual Spring Meeting
June 6–7, 2023
2-Day Virtual March Meeting
March 22–23, 2023
In Person Meeting
December 6–7, 2022 • Toronto
The Human Side of Ethics and Compliance
May 17–18, 2022