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Report on Business has examined the boards of directors of 247 companies and income trusts in the S&P/TSX composite index as of Sept. 1, 2014, to assess the quality of their governance practices.

The question marks in the top row of the table provide a summary of each question. For a full explanation of each question and how marks were assigned, see the full Board Games 2014 methodology.

Additional tables on company and director diversity and a full report card are available for purchase.

Editor's note:

An earlier version of this chart published online included an incorrect ranking for Bank of Montreal, showing a total score of 96 out of 100. In fact, Bank of Montreal received a mark of 98 out of 100 this year, putting it in first place over all in the ranking.

An earlier version also showed Chartwell Retirement Residences with a total score of 91 out of 100. In fact, Chartwell received a mark of 92 out of 100, tying for 18th place in the ranking.

An earlier version also showed New Gold Inc. with a total score of 81 out of 100. In fact, New Gold received a mark of 82 out of 100, tying for 57th place in the ranking.

An earlier version also showed Suncor Energy Inc. with a total score of 92 out 100. In fact, Suncor received a mark of 93 out of 100, tying for 13th place in the ranking.

An earlier version also showed Calloway REIT with a total score of 66 out 100. In fact, Calloway REIT received a mark of 70 out of 100, tying for 117th place in the ranking.

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