The CSA conducted a review in 2010 of the quality of Canadian issuers’ corporate governance disclosure and concluded that the level of compliance is unacceptable. The CSA’s report urges issuers to provide less boilerplate and more transparent, robust disclosure about their corporate governance practices. There is guidance on how issuers can improve their disclosure about directors’ independence, as well as on new director orientation and continuing education, performance assessments, nominating procedures and other matters. For additional detail, see our bulletin CSA Report on Corporate Governance Disclosure in Canada.