(1) A corporation that is an offering corporation shall, and any other corporation may, have an audit committee composed of not fewer that three directors of the corporation, a majority of whom are not officers or employees of the corporation or any of its affiliates, to hold office until the next annual meeting of the shareholders.
(1.1) The Commission may, on the application of a corporation, authorize the corporation to dispense with an audit committee, and the Commission may, if satisfied that the shareholders will not be prejudiced, permit the corporation to dispense with an audit committee on any reasonable conditions that the Commission thinks fit. 2006, c. 34, Sched. B, s. 31.
(2) An audit committee shall review the financial statements of the corporation and shall report thereon to the board of directors of the corporation before such financial statements are approved under section 159.
Auditor May Attend Committee Meetings
(3) The auditor of a corporation is entitled to receive notice of every meeting of the audit committee and, at the expense of the corporation, to attend and be heard thereat, and, if so requested by a member of the audit committee, shall attend every meeting of the committee held during the term of office of the auditor.
Calling Meetings Of Committee
(4) The auditor of a corporation or a member of the audit committee may call a meeting of the committee.
Right Of Auditor To Be Heard
(5) The auditor of a corporation shall be entitled to attend at the expense of the corporation and be heard at meetings of the board of directors of the corporation on matters relating to the auditor’s duties. Section Amendments with date in force (d/m/y)