To facilitate investment by Indigenous groups in natural resources, agriculture, telecommunications or transportation sectors and related infrastructure.
Code of Conduct
AIOC’s mission is to enable Indigenous groups to invest on commercially viable terms in Alberta’s natural resources, agriculture, telecommunications or transportation sectors and related infrastructure to foster economic prosperity and social improvements in communities.
With the foregoing uppermost in its mind, the Board developed this Code of Conduct to guide the actions of the corporation as AIOC strives to fulfill its mission and achieve its objectives.
In keeping with Government of Alberta policy and the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act, AIOC discloses expenses of the AIOC chair, board members, and chief executive officer, and all remuneration, including severance and pension contributions, for its board members and staff whose earnings were more than the compensation threshold.
The following is a link to the consolidated Public Sector Body Compensation Database.
In keeping with Government of Alberta policy, AIOC has chosen to disclose quarterly expenses of its Chief Executive Officer and Board of Directors.
Effective April 1, 2021 the Government of Alberta implemented a new comprehensive disclosure policy on travel, accommodation, meals, working sessions and hospitality expenses.
AIOC is not subject to the federal Goods and Services Tax (GST). Expenses claimed by employees may include GST. AIOC receives reimbursement of GST where applicable from the federal government.
The disclosure information is updated quarterly.