This is a comment from frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn:
National Capital Commission director Bob Plamondon said that he received the The Ottawa Hospital materials Monday on the Civic campus locattion, which did not leave him with enough time to read, let alone comprehend the analysis and recommendations.
I have, over the course of my career, had to prepare materials for meetings of boards of directors, and have sat on a few boards as well. These were smaller enterprises, some publicly traded, some privately held. It was standard corporate governance protocol to have all material for the directors to consider distributed at least a week in advance of the meeting so that they had time to read, comprehend, develop questions etc.
How can an organization the size of the NCC fail to have distributed these reports, especially those related to such a high-profile decision?
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