Compute Canada’s governance model is unique, combining a federation of institutional and regional consortia with a national organization, which reports to an independent board of directors. Two independent committees support the activities of the board: The Advisory Council on Research (ACOR) and the International Advisory Committee. The four regional partner organizations are observers on the board.
Compute Canada works closely with our Board of Directors to ensure we are enabling excellence in research and innovation for the benefit of Canada. Our collaborative governance model seeks to engage directors, advisers and staff with a wide range of expertise to help make Canada a world leader in the use of advanced computing for research, discovery and innovation.