Governance

OMAFRA and the U of G agree effective governance is important to achieve the objectives of our partnership.

As part of the current Agreement, a joint governance model was developed. This model is collaborative, accountable and transparent.

Governance Committees

The structure is comprised of a series of committees – some responsible for the oversight of the Agreement, and some responsible for program delivery.

All committees operate under their own terms of reference, membership, and specific responsibilities. These responsibilities and requirements are outlined in the Master Agreement and in the Committees' respective schedules of the Agreement.

Questions?

If you have any questions, contact

Jean Knowlton
Research Analyst
Jean.Knowlton@ontario.ca
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs