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Corporate Governance Overview

Under National Policy 58-201, corporate governance guidelines and National Instrument 58-101 Disclosure of Corporate Governance Practices (“NI 58-101“), the Corporation is required to disclose information relating to its corporate governance practices. NI 58-101 has been adopted by l’Autorité des marchés financiers of the Province of Québec and the other securities regulatory authorities in the provinces and territories of Canada (the “Securities Authorities“).
The Board endorses the efforts of the Securities Authorities in continuing the evolution of good corporate governance practices. The Board is committed to adhering to the highest standards in all aspects of its activities.
The Board remains sensitive to corporate governance issues and continuously seeks to set up the necessary measures, control mechanisms and structures to ensure an effective discharge of its responsibilities without creating undue additional overhead costs and reducing the return on shareholders’ equity.



Mandate of the Audit and Risk Committee

Mermbers

Garry O’Connor, Chair

Michael Forsayeth

Anne-Marie LaBerge

Corporate Governance Human Resources and Compensation Committee Charter

Members

Pierre A. Raymond, Chair

François-Xavier Seigneur

Roula Zaarour


CORPORATE COUNSEL

Stikeman Elliott LLP

TRANSFER AGENT

Computershare Trust Company of Canada

AUDITORS

KPMG LLP

STOCK EXCHANGE LISTING

Toronto Stock Exchange
IRG and IRG.WT

INVESTOR RELATIONS

Please forward your questions or comments in writing to : ir@imvescor.ca