Governance

Policies

Northland Power requires all its representatives (employees, officers and directors) to fulfill their responsibilities consistently, honestly and fairly. That includes complying with all applicable laws and regulations, guided by the following Northland policies:

Audit Committee Charter
Code of Business Conduct and Ethics
Compensation Committee Charter
Disclosure and Trading Policy
Financial Integrity Policy
Governance and Nominating Committee Charter
Mandate for the Board of Directors

Board Committees

Northland’s Board of Directors has appointed the following committees and charged them with oversight in their respective areas of responsibility:

  • Audit Committee: Responsible for overseeing: accounting and financial reporting; internal controls and management information; risks and risk management; the external audit process; and compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
  • Compensation Committee: Responsible for overseeing the compensation of Northland’s executive management and Board.
  • Governance and Nominating Committee: Responsible for governance issues, such as: recommending new Board candidates and committee nominees; assessing the effectiveness of the Board, its committees and members; and orienting new members and advising on Board compensation matters.

Northland Power
2017 AGM Presentation

Continuing our goal to be a leader in the development and operation of sustainable energy assets in Canada and worldwide