G-1.02 - Act respecting the governance of state-owned enterprises

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34. The strategic plan of an enterprise that is not subject to the obligation to establish such a plan under the Public Administration Act (chapter A-6.01) is established according to the form, content and timetable determined by the Government. The strategic plan must state
(1)  the context in which the enterprise operates and the main challenges it faces;
(2)  the enterprise’s objectives and strategic directions;
(3)  the results targeted over the period covered by the plan;
(4)  the performance indicators to be used in measuring results; and
(5)  any other element determined by the Minister.
2006, c. 59, s. 34; 2007, c. 37, s. 21.
34. The strategic plan of an enterprise that is not subject to the Public Administration Act (chapter A-6.01) is established according to the form, content and timetable determined by the Government. The strategic plan must state
(1)  the context in which the enterprise operates and the main challenges it faces;
(2)  the enterprise’s objectives and strategic directions;
(3)  the results targeted over the period covered by the plan;
(4)  the performance indicators to be used in measuring results; and
(5)  any other element determined by the Minister.
2006, c. 59, s. 34.