Elexicon Energy is committed to maintaining and continuously evolving in its good governance practices.

Elexicon Energy is wholly-owned by Elexicon Corporation, which is owned by by five municipal shareholders: the City of Pickering, Town of Ajax, Town of Whitby, City of Belleville and Municipality of Clarington.

Board of Directors

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Paul Murphy

Independent Director

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Ted Baker

Sr. Conservation Account Manager,

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Ron Chatterton


Niche Advantage Consulting Ltd.

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Dave McGregor

Independent Director

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Nicole McNeill

President & Chief Administrative Officer,
Municipal Property Assessment Corporation

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Sean O'Dwyer

Independent Director

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Doug Parker

Independent Director


Audit, Finance & Risk Committee
The Audit, Finance & Risk Committee reviews financial statements, accounting practices and policies, auditing processes and the results of internal and external audits and related matters. It also oversees financial risk management and assesses internal controls.

Human Resources, Compensation and Governance Committee
The Human Resources, Compensation and Governance Committee reviews the Corporation’s governance structures and practices to ensure that the Board of Directors can fulfill its mandate. It reviews people resources and compensation practices to ensure systems are in place to attract, retain and motivate best in class employees. It also reviews and assesses the performance of the President and Chief Executive Officer, oversees the Board Assessment process, and monitors compliance with codes of conduct.

Nominating Committee
The Nominating Committee, with the assistance of outside consultants, identifies and evaluates potential candidates for appointment as Directors.

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