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  • CBC/Radio-Canada Annual Report 2014-2015
    Position Consolidated Statement of Income Loss Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows Notes Complete Financials Governance Governance Matters Board of Directors Board Committee Members Board of Directors Attendance and Compensation Senior Executive Team Performance Strategic Indicators Operational Indicators About Us Mandate Current Services Board and Management Structure Corporate Strategy Business Model Operations Contact Us Financial Reporting Management s Responsibility for the Consolidated Financial Statements The consolidated financial statements and all other information presented in this Annual Report are the responsibility of management and have been reviewed and approved by the Board of Directors of the Corporation These consolidated financial statements which include amounts based on management s best estimates as determined through experience and judgment have been properly prepared within reasonable limits of materiality and are in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards Management of the Corporation maintains books of account records financial and management controls and information systems which are designed to provide reliable and accurate financial information on a timely basis The controls provide reasonable assurance that assets are safeguarded that resources are managed economically and efficiently in the attainment of corporate objectives that the operations of the Corporation are carried out effectively and that transactions are in accordance with the applicable provisions of Part X of the Financial Administration Act and regulations Part III of the Broadcasting Act and the by laws of the Corporation The Corporation s Internal Auditor has the responsibility for assessing the Corporation s systems procedures and practices The Auditor General of Canada conducts an independent audit of the annual consolidated financial statements and reports on his audit to the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages The Board of Directors Audit Committee which consists of five members none of whom is an

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  • CBC/Radio-Canada Annual Report 2014-2015
    Download Print Français CBC Radio Canada Annual Report 2014 2015 Download Print Français Messages Message from the Chair Message from the President and CEO Year in review Transparency and Accountability Financial Highlights Strategic Highlights Programming Highlights Corporate Highlights Results Outlook Management Discussion and Analysis Finacial Results Summary Revenue Operating Expenses Government Funding Non Operating Items Total Comprehensive Income Loss Liquidity Seasonality Outlook Risk Management Resources Infrastructure People and Leadership Finance Financial Reporting Financial Report Disclosure Financial Review Management s Responsibility Financial Statements Independant Auditor s Report Consolidated Statement of Financial Position Consolidated Statement of Income Loss Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows Notes Complete Financials Governance Governance Matters Board of Directors Board Committee Members Board of Directors Attendance and Compensation Senior Executive Team Performance Strategic Indicators Operational Indicators About Us Mandate Current Services Board and Management Structure Corporate Strategy Business Model Operations Contact Us Financial Reporting Financial Statements Independant Auditor s Report Consolidated Statement of Financial Position Consolidated Statement of Income loss Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows Notes Complete Financials Messages Message from the Chair Message from the President

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  • CBC/Radio-Canada Annual Report 2014-2015
    thousand of Canadian dollars NOTE March 31 2015 March 31 2014 Revised NOTE 3B April 1 2013 Revised NOTE 3B ASSETS Current Cash 5 214 884 61 974 51 459 Trade and other receivables 6 151 444 277 020 184 470 Programming 7 170 177 211 728 250 984 Merchandising inventory 274 257 755 Prepaid expenses 26 859 21 134 31 958 Promissory notes receivable 8 2 474 2 308 2 154 Investment in finance lease 9 2 759 2 568 2 387 Derivative financial instruments 25 269 681 629 Assets classified as held for sale 10 1 627 6 890 1 801 570 767 584 560 526 597 Long term Property and equipment 10 902 752 946 537 997 710 Intangible assets 11 25 324 23 396 17 563 Assets under finance leases 12 20 389 34 083 41 374 Pension plan 16 190 342 25 642 Programming 7 140 113 11 986 6 740 Promissory notes receivable 8 43 507 45 961 48 250 Investment in finance lease 9 47 379 50 138 52 706 Deferred charges 17 252 10 032 2 786 Investment in associate 13 1 855 3 473 1 387 058 1 149 630 1 170 602 TOTAL ASSETS 1 957 825 1 734 190 1 697 199 LIABILITIES Current Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 14 87 534 106 297 96 213 Provisions 15 40 962 32 623 51 296 Pension plans and employee related liabilities 16 154 876 140 525 135 593 Programming liability 7 15 151 Bonds payable 17 21 663 21 101 20 578 Obligations under finance leases 18 10 232 11 743 10 906 Notes payable 19 8 319 8 124 7 960 Deferred revenues 30 105 9 423 8 982 Option liability 13 1 875 1 875 368 842 331

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  • CBC/Radio-Canada Annual Report 2014-2015
    Total Comprehensive Income Loss Liquidity Seasonality Outlook Risk Management Resources Infrastructure People and Leadership Finance Financial Reporting Financial Report Disclosure Financial Review Management s Responsibility Financial Statements Independant Auditor s Report Consolidated Statement of Financial Position Consolidated Statement of Income Loss Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows Notes Complete Financials Governance Governance Matters Board of Directors Board Committee Members Board of Directors Attendance and Compensation Senior Executive Team Performance Strategic Indicators Operational Indicators About Us Mandate Current Services Board and Management Structure Corporate Strategy Business Model Operations Contact Us Financial Reporting Financial Statements Consolidated Statement of Income Loss in thousand of Canadian dollars NOTE For the year ended March 31 2015 2014 REVENUE 20 Advertising 333 420 491 189 Subscriber fees 132 814 133 277 Other income 123 067 134 605 Financing income 10 834 8 759 600 135 767 830 EXPENSES Television radio and digital services costs 1 622 834 1 762 223 Transmission distribution and collection 71 758 71 959 Corporate management 9 823 10 741 Payments to private stations 2 386 2 364 Finance costs 21 30 574 30 870 Share of results in associate 13 15 083 4 440 1 722 292 1 873 717 Operating loss before Government funding and non operating items 1 122 157 1 105 887 GOVERNMENT FUNDING 22 Parliamentary appropriation for operating expenditures 929 284 975 618 Parliamentary appropriation for working capital 4 000 4 000 Amortization of deferred capital funding 102 812 111 280 1 036 096 1 090 898 Results before non operating items 86 061 14 989 NON OPERATING ITEMS Gain on sale of shares 13 33 548 Dilution gain 13 1 040 Gain loss on disposal of property and equipment and intangibles 10 11 5 122 4

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  • CBC/Radio-Canada Annual Report 2014-2015
    Strategic Indicators Operational Indicators About Us Mandate Current Services Board and Management Structure Corporate Strategy Business Model Operations Contact Us Download Print Français CBC Radio Canada Annual Report 2014 2015 Download Print Français Messages Message from the Chair Message from the President and CEO Year in review Transparency and Accountability Financial Highlights Strategic Highlights Programming Highlights Corporate Highlights Results Outlook Management Discussion and Analysis Finacial Results Summary Revenue Operating Expenses Government Funding Non Operating Items Total Comprehensive Income Loss Liquidity Seasonality Outlook Risk Management Resources Infrastructure People and Leadership Finance Financial Reporting Financial Report Disclosure Financial Review Management s Responsibility Financial Statements Independant Auditor s Report Consolidated Statement of Financial Position Consolidated Statement of Income Loss Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows Notes Complete Financials Governance Governance Matters Board of Directors Board Committee Members Board of Directors Attendance and Compensation Senior Executive Team Performance Strategic Indicators Operational Indicators About Us Mandate Current Services Board and Management Structure Corporate Strategy Business Model Operations Contact Us Financial Reporting Financial Statements Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income in thousand of Canadian dollars NOTE For the year ended March 31 2015 2014 COMPREHENSIVE INCOME Net results for the year 47 391 17 953 Other comprehensive income not subsequently reclassified to net results Remeasurements of defined benefit plans 16 187 457 203 812 Total comprehensive income for the year 140 066 185 859 Total comprehensive income attributable to The Corporation 139 859 185 725 Non controlling interests 13 207 134 140 066 185 859 The accompanying notes form an integral part of the consolidated financial statements Messages Message from the Chair Message from the President and CEO Year in review Transparency and Accountability Financial Highlights Strategic Highlights Programming Highlights Corporate Highlights Results Outlook Management Discussion and

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  • CBC/Radio-Canada Annual Report 2014-2015
    Transparency and Accountability Financial Highlights Strategic Highlights Programming Highlights Corporate Highlights Results Outlook Management Discussion and Analysis Finacial Results Summary Revenue Operating Expenses Government Funding Non Operating Items Total Comprehensive Income Loss Liquidity Seasonality Outlook Risk Management Resources Infrastructure People and Leadership Finance Financial Reporting Financial Report Disclosure Financial Review Management s Responsibility Financial Statements Independant Auditor s Report Consolidated Statement of Financial Position Consolidated Statement of Income Loss Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows Notes Complete Financials Governance Governance Matters Board of Directors Board Committee Members Board of Directors Attendance and Compensation Senior Executive Team Performance Strategic Indicators Operational Indicators About Us Mandate Current Services Board and Management Structure Corporate Strategy Business Model Operations Contact Us Financial Reporting Financial Statements Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity in thousand of Canadian dollars NOTE Retained earnings and total equity attributable to the Corporation Non controlling interests Total Balance as at March 31 2014 236 117 468 236 585 Changes in year Net results for the year 47 598 207 47 391 Remeasurements of defined benefit plans 16 187 457 187 457 Total comprehensive income for the year 139 859 207 140 066 Distributions to non controlling interests 13 175 175 Acquisition of non controlling interest 13 41 41 Balance as at March 31 2015 375 976 541 376 517 Retained earnings and total equity attributable to the Corporation Non controlling interests Total Balance as at March 31 2013 50 392 560 50 952 Changes in year Net results for the year 18 087 134 17 953 Remeasurements of defined benefit plans 16 203 812 203 812 Total comprehensive income for the year 185 725 134 185 859 Distributions to non controlling interests 13 226 226 Balance as at March 31 2014

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  • CBC/Radio-Canada Annual Report 2014-2015
    Model Operations Contact Us Financial Reporting Financial Statements Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows in thousand of Canadian dollars NOTE For the year ended March 31 2015 2014 Revised NOTE 3B CASH FLOWS FROM USED IN OPERATING ACTIVITIES Net results for the year 47 391 17 953 Adjustments for Gain loss on disposal of property and equipment and intangibles 10 11 5 122 4 004 Gain on sale of shares 13 33 548 Financing income 10 834 8 759 Finance costs 21 30 574 30 870 Change in fair value of financial instruments designated as at fair value through profit and loss 25 412 52 Depreciation of property and equipment 10 110 650 114 443 Amortization of intangible assets 11 6 499 8 560 Depreciation of assets under finance leases 12 8 049 8 384 Share of results in associate 13 15 083 4 440 Dilution gain 13 1 040 Change in deferred charges 7 220 7 246 Change in programming asset long term 7 126 362 5 246 Change in programming liability long term 7 32 485 Amortization of deferred capital funding 22 102 812 111 280 Change in deferred revenues long term 19 391 822 Change in pension plan asset 16 164 700 25 642 Change in pension plans and employee related liabilities current 16 4 727 2 542 Change in pension plans and employee related liabilities long term 16 210 489 84 419 Acquisition of non controlling interests 13 41 Accretion of promissory notes receivable 8 20 19 Movements in working capital 24 215 690 47 949 116 461 24 418 FINANCING ACTIVITIES Repayment of obligations under finance leases 18 14 505 11 024 Repayment of bonds 17 12 409 11 525 Repayment of notes 19 6 209 5 928 Distributions to non controlling interests 13 175 226

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  • CBC/Radio-Canada Annual Report 2014-2015
    of ATI requests in 2014 2015 this is a decrease of 22 from the previous year and in fact the lowest number of complaints we have ever received The downward trend in our deemed refusal rate continues This rate which refers to requests not responded to within statutory limits has dropped steadily from a high of 80 5 in the first year we were subject to the Act to 1 2 for the fiscal year just ended Annual public meeting The 2014 edition of the Corporation s Annual Public Meeting APM was held in Montreal s Maison de Radio Canada in front of a 250 person capacity audience made up of the public employees and stakeholders More than 1 400 additional people from across the country watched via webcast and could participate online by sending questions via Twitter At minimum more than three times the number of people watched or took part this year at least 1 693 people in 2014 compared to 542 in 2013 This potentially indicates a heightened degree of interest in the public broadcaster While several social media tools were used for promotion prior to the event Twitter was the primary medium used during the event The estimated overall reach including retweets was estimated at 239 819 accounts The degree of participation was likely due to heightened interest resulting from rallies in support of the public broadcaster that had taken place the previous weekend The theme of the meeting was CBC Radio Canada Transforming to reflect you You re changing so are we Following a corporate and financial update from Hubert T Lacroix President and CEO a lively discussion took place featuring some of the Corporation s high profile talent from across both networks Topics ranged from cuts and public funding to the role of journalists in a social media driven world All materials from the APM are available on our corporate website Code of conduct CBC Radio Canada employees at all levels are expected to adhere to the Code of Conduct and policies governing their behaviour in such areas as respect for democracy respect for people integrity stewardship and excellence Our Code of Conduct and human resources policies can be viewed on our corporate website Journalistic standards and practices CBC Radio Canada has an extensive code of Journalistic Standards and Practices and editorial control mechanisms to guide employees and to ensure that our programming remains balanced and accurate particularly in today s social media environment You can view CBC Radio Canada s Journalistic Standards and Practices on our corporate website As highlighted in our Third Quarter Financial Report 2014 2015 p 24 effective January 2015 the Corporation will no longer approve paid appearances by its on air journalistic employees In order to further our commitment to transparency we will continue to disclose all appearances on our websites Ombudsmen Public complaints about news and current affairs programming that are not resolved at the program level to the satisfaction of the complainants are dealt with by the

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