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- Binder, Michael, President and Chief Executive Officer
- Leblanc, Marc, Commission Secretary
- Jammal, Ramzi, Executive Vice-President and Chief Regulatory Operations Officer, Regulatory Operations Branch
- Jamieson, Terry, Vice-President, Technical Support Branch
- Lavoie, Jacques, Senior General Counsel and Director of Legal Services
- Keen, Linda J. , President and Chief Executive Officer (past)
- Pereira, Ken, Executive Vice-President (past), Operations
- Bergeron, Ginette, Vice-President (past), Corporate Services
- Robertson, Hugh, Acting Vice-President (past), Corporate Services
- Caron, Claude, Vice-President (past), Corporate Services Branch and Chief Financial Officer
- McDowell, Patricia, Vice-President (past), Regulatory Affairs Branch
- White, Gordon, Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer (past), Corporate Services Branch
- Cavallin, Michel, Vice-President, Corporate Services Branch and Chief Financial Officer
- Cameron, Jason, Acting Vice-President (past), Regulatory Affairs Branch
- White, Gordon, Vice-President, Regulatory Affairs Branch
On December 12, 2003, the Prime Minister announced a new policy on the mandatory publication of travel and hospitality expenses for selected government officials.
Information on the travel and hospitality expenses incurred within the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) by the President and CEO, and Vice-Presidents is made available here and updated every three months.
The rules and principles governing travel are outlined in the Guidelines for Ministers' Offices and in Treasury Board's Travel Directive and Special Travel Authorities. The purpose of these directives is to provide for the reimbursement of reasonable expenses necessarily incurred during travel on government business.
The Government of Canada extends hospitality in accordance with the rules and principles outlined in the Guidelines for Ministers' Offices and the Treasury Board Hospitality Policy. The objective of the policy is to ensure that hospitality is extended in an economical and affordable way when it facilitates government business or is considered desirable as a matter of courtesy and protocol.