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Report on Business has examined the boards of directors of 231 companies and trusts in the S&P/TSX composite index as of Sept. 1, 2016, to assess the quality of their governance practices. The marking scheme examines dozens of factors related to board composition, compensation, shareholder rights and disclosure. Full details of all marks are available online.

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An earlier version of this chart included an incorrect ranking for Hydro One Ltd., showing a total score of 88 out of 100. In fact, Hydro One received a mark of 89 out of 100, tying for 32nd place in the ranking.

An earlier version of this chart included an incorrect ranking for New Flyer Industries Inc., showing a total score of 86 out of 100. In fact, New Flyer received a mark of 89 out of 100, tying for 32nd place in the ranking.

An earlier version of this chart included an incorrect ranking for CAE Inc., showing a total score of 81 out of 100. In fact, CAE received a mark of 84 out of 100, tying for 55th place in the ranking.

An earlier version of this chart included an incorrect ranking for MEG Energy Corp., showing a total score of 66 out of 100. In fact, MEG Energy received a mark of 71 out of 100, tying for 123rd place in the ranking.

An earlier version of this chart included an incorrect ranking for Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd., showing a total score of 66 out of 100. In fact, Turquoise Hill received a mark of 69 out of 100, tying for 135th place in the ranking.

An earlier version of this chart included an incorrect ranking for TransForce Inc., showing a total score of 65 out of 100. In fact, TransForce received a mark of 66 out of 100, tying for 154th place in the ranking.

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