“Governance” encompasses how the Board is structured and how it operates, the Board’s approach to executive compensation and shareholder engagement as well as the Board’s oversight of the company’s risk management processes.

Our corporate governance practices are reflected in our "Corporate Governance Guidelines", which provide for director qualification standards, director responsibilities, form and amount of director compensation, director orientation and continuing education, management succession planning and performance evaluation of the Board.

The following documents provide further insight into our corporate governance policies and practices: 

Board Mandates & Terms of Reference

Key Policies

   Terms of Reference for Directors

 Code of Ethics

   Board Chair Terms of Reference

Corporate Governance Policies

   Board Mandate 

Anti-Corruption Policy 

   Audit Committee Mandate Diversity & Inclusion Policy

   People, Corporate Governance & Compensation
   Committee Mandate

Harassment, Workplace Bullying & Anti-discrimination Policy

   Commercial Committee 

 
Equity-based Compensation Plans Constating Document
   Consolidated Share Option Plan  Certificate of Continuation 
   Consolidated Share Distribution Plan
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Corporate Watch

We encourage our employees to report any situation that appears to involve a breach of the company's ethical or legal obligations. We also encourage those outside our company to report concerns about any wrongdoing or suspected wrongdoing.

Ballard has engaged Global Compliance to receive from anonymous reports or allegations of wrongdoing. Individuals who become aware of any wrongdoing or suspected wrongdoing are encouraged to make a report as soon as possible.

The following web reporting site and toll-free numbers have been set up for this sole purpose:

www.ballard.ethicspoint.com

Within North America

1-866-412-3123

Outside North America (Country's international access code)

+45 60375006


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