CCC’s disclosure strikes a balance between sharing information that enhances our public accountability, and protecting the commercially confidential information entrusted to us by our clients.

As per the Canadian Commercial Corporation Act, CCC’s auditor is the Auditor General of Canada. The Auditor General audits our annual financial statements and every ten years performs a special examination on our activities.

CCC’s Internal Audit group conducts audits based on an audit plan which is approved by the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors. After each audit, a report is issued which includes our opinion on the related internal controls, a summary of each finding and our recommendations.

Please note that information that normally would not be disclosed under the Access to Information Act or the Privacy Act does not appear on this web site.

As a federal Crown Corporation, CCC seeks to be open in sharing strategic plans and reporting out on the results of operations. To provide visibility into CCC’s strategic focus as an organization, please view CCC’s Corporate Plan and Annual Report for the current year in the Corporate reports section of the website.

CCC’s mandate is focused on supporting Canadian exporters in their international business development. CCC officials often travel to trade shows, conferences and meetings, both in Canada and internationally as part of working with Canadian exporters. To provide visibility into these expenditures, expenses related to travel and hospitality are posted quarterly in the Travel and Hospitality section below.

Annual Public Meeting (APM)

In compliance with CCC’s obligations as a Crown corporation, each year an Annual Public Meeting is open to the public and offers an opportunity to hear directly from the CEO and Board of Directors about the year’s activities and results. They also give members of the public the chance to ask questions and provide feedback.

Transactional Disclosure

Transactional disclosure is part of CCC’s transparency and accountability policy. CCC recognizes the importance of reporting transactional information in a way that protects the competitive position of our customers and the confidential information that they and government buyers entrust to us. As a result, beginning on July 1, 2021, CCC seeks consent before releasing information about individual transactions concluded in the quarter.

2021/22: Q2 (PDF)

Travel and Hospitality

As of August 15, 2016, the rules and principles governing travel and hospitality expenses at CCC are consistent with Treasury Board guidelines, including the Directive on Travel, Hospitality, Conference and Event Expenditures.

The purpose of these directives is to provide for the reimbursement of reasonable expenses incurred during travel on government business. The rules and principles outlined in the CCC Travel, Hospitality, Conference and Event Expenditures Policy provide for the application of these directives.

Current travel and hospitality expense reports for the Board of Directors, President & CEO and Senior Management Committee.
(select a timeframe to see expenses)



  • 2016/17: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 – Q4 (PDF)
  • 2017/18: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 (PDF) / Q3 (PDF) / Q4 (PDF)
  • 2018/19: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 (PDF) / Q3 (PDF) / Q4 (PDF)


Board of Directors


  • 2016/17: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 – Q4 (PDF)
  • 2017/18: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 (PDF) / Q3 (PDF) / Q4 (PDF)
  • 2018/19: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 (PDF) / Q3 (PDF) / Q4(PDF)


President & CEO


  • 2016/17: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 – Q4 (PDF)
  • 2017/18: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 (PDF) / Q3 (PDF) / Q4 (PDF)
  • 2018/19: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 (PDF) / Q3 (PDF) / Q4 (PDF)


Senior Management Committee


  • 2016/17: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 – Q4 (PDF)
  • 2017/18: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 (PDF) / Q3 (PDF) / Q4 (PDF)
  • 2018/19: Q1 (PDF) / Q2 (PDF) / Q3 (PDF) / Q4 (PDF)


Aggregate Annual Corporate Disclosure

Annual Report to Parliament on the Access to Information Act

This report is prepared and tabled in Parliament in accordance with section 72 of the Access to Information Act.

Completed Access to Information Requests

Summaries of completed access to information requests by the Canadian Commercial Corporation are now posted on the Government of Canada Open Government Portal.

Make an new Access to Information Request.

Annual Report to Parliament on the Administration of the Privacy Act

This report is prepared and tabled in Parliament in accordance with section 72 of the Privacy Act.

Make a request for personal information.

Privacy Impact Assessments

Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) are used to identify the potential privacy risks of new or redesigned federal government programs or services. They also help eliminate or reduce those risks to an acceptable level.

PIAs that the Canadian Commercial Corporation has conducted

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