Corporate Governance

At Tidewater our Leadership and Board of Members are committed to the highest ethical standards and corporate governance processes. This webpage provides access to our governance documents, including the Board Mandate and Committees, Board Roles, Bylaws and Articles, and Board Policies.

Tidewater is a relatively new organization and we're growing. As we evolve we will continue to add governance documentation, and we encourage you to revisit this page occasionally to watch our progress.

Board Roles, Mandates and Committees

Audit Committee Charter

Audit Committee Chair Position

Board Mandate

Chair of the Board

Corporate Governance and Compensation Committee

Governance Committee Chair Position

Lead Director Position Description

CEO Mandate

Bylaws and Articles


Certificate and Articles of Amalgamation

Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act


Majority Voting Policy

Whistleblower Policy

Code of Ethics and Business Conduct

Disclosure and Confidentiality Policy

Insider Trading and Reporting Policy

Board Diversity Policy


All publicly-disclosed documents are available on the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR), which is the electronic document disclosure and filing system for Canadian public companies. All of Tidewater's financial filings and disclosures are available on SEDAR at:

The Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (ESTMA) was brought into force by the Federal Government in 2015 to contribute to global efforts to increase transparency in the extractive sectors such as mining and oil and gas. The vast majority of Tidewater's business is midstream and therefore not subject to ESTMA. However, we have provided ESTMA reports since 2016.

ESTMA 2023

ESTMA 2022

ESTMA 2021

ESTMA 2020

ESTMA 2019

ESTMA 2018

ESTMA 2017

ESTMA 2016

For more information on ESTMA, please refer to the information available through the Natural Resources Canada website at:


Emergency Management Program

Wildboy Pipeline ERP