This section includes various documents regarding the orientation and policies of the Collège. The activity plan represents the current objectives, steps taken and orientation of the Collège.
The Plan d’accessibilité describes the measures taken by the Collège in the past and those that will be taken in the future to eliminate and prevent any problems in accessing the facilities and services of the College. To view the policy, please direct your attention to the Policy section of the website.
- Activity Plan
- Annual Report
The Annual Report gives an overview of the Collège’s successes and projects over the past year. It lists the main initiatives and achievements, for example, regarding improvements to our programs and computer management systems, effective functioning, and the diversity of our professional training programs.
- Annual Report on Sexual Violence
Annual Report on Sexual Violence 2020-2021 (French only)
Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)
Canada’s anti-spam law (CASL) entered into force on July 1, 2014.
- CASL requires companies to gain a consumer’s consent in order to send commercial electronic messages.
- CASL helps protect consumers and businesses alike by deterring the most damaging and deceptive forms of spam from occurring in Canada, creating a more secure online environment.
- CASL prohibits the sending of commercial electronic messages without the recipient’s consent (permission), including messages to email addresses and social networking accounts, and text messages sent to a cell phone.
- CASL prohibits the alteration of transmission data in an electronic message which results in the message being delivered to a different destination without express consent.
- CASL prohibits the installation of computer programs without the express consent of the owner of the computer system or its agent, such as an authorized employee.
- CASL prohibits the use of false or misleading representations online in the promotion of products or services.
- CASL prohibits the collection of personal information through accessing a computer system in violation of federal law (e.g. the Criminal Code of Canada).
- CASL prohibits the collection of electronic addresses by the use of computer programs or the use of such addresses, without permission (address harvesting).
Collège Boréal is committed to communicating with you in a responsible manner. We strive to share pertinent, useful and timely information in all our electronic communications.
Collège Boréal has implemented measures to ensure that its electronic communication practices comply with CASL regulations. These measures include: obtaining your consent prior to sending you commercial electronic messages, including an unsubscribe method to commercial electronic messages when required, and responding to unsubscribe requests in a timely manner.
For more information on CASL, visit www.FightSpam.gc.ca.
As a government agency, Collège Boréal is subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Notice to college students on the disclosure of student enrolment data to the MAESD
Collège Boréal is committed to respecting your privacy and protecting your personal information. In accordance with Section 39(2) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. F.31, this is to advise you that your personal information is collected under the legal authority of the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology Act, 2002, and may be used and/or disclosed for administrative, statistical and/or research purposes of the College and/or ministries and agencies of the Government of Ontario and the Government of Canada, including, but not limited to, tabulating and reporting data on Key Performance Indicators (graduation rate, graduate employment rate, graduate satisfaction rate and employer satisfaction rate). You may also be contacted by ministry- or college-authorized third parties for your voluntary participation in surveys to evaluate student and graduate experiences and outcomes.
Collège Boréal is required to disclose personal information such as Ontario Education Numbers, student characteristics and educational outcomes to the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development under s. 15 of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapter M.19, as amended, under the authority of theOntario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology Act, 2002, S.O. 2002, Chapter 8, Schedule F, Section 6. The ministry collects this data for the purposes such as planning, allocating and administering public funding to colleges, universities and other post-secondary educational and training institutions and to conduct research and analysis, including longitudinal studies, and statistical activities conducted by or on behalf of the ministry for purposes that relate to post-secondary education and training. Further information on how the Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development uses this personal information is available on the ministry’s website: http:www.tcu.gov.on.ca/.
Notice of disclosure of personal information to Statistics Canada
Statistics Canada is the national statistical agency. As such, Statistics Canada carries out hundreds of surveys each year on a wide range of matters, including education.
It is essential to be able to follow students across time and institutions to understand, for example, the factors affecting enrolment demand at postsecondary institutions. The increased emphasis on accountability for public investment means that it is also important to understand ‘outcomes’. In order to conduct such studies, Statistics Canada asks all colleges and universities to provide data on students and graduates. Institutions collect and provide to Statistics Canada, student identification information (student’s name, student ID number, Social Insurance Number), student contact information (address and telephone number), student demographic characteristics, enrolment information, previous education, and labour force activity.
The federal Statistics Act provides the legal authority for Statistics Canada to obtain access to personal information held by educational institutions. The information may be used for statistical purposes only, and the confidentiality provisions of the Statistics Act prevent the information from being released in any way that would identify a student.
Students who do not wish to have their information used can ask Statistics Canada to remove their identifying information from the national database. On request by a student, Statistics Canada will delete an individual’s contact information (name, address, or other personal identifiers) from the PSIS database. To make such a request, please contact us:
Via telephone: Monday to Friday, 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. EST/EDST
- 1-800-307-3382 or
- Institutional Surveys Section
- Centre for Education Statistics
- Statistics Canada, Main Building, SC 2100-K
- Emergency Measures
- Procédure C 04.01.11 Séisme (French only)
- Procédure C 04.01.12 Actes criminels (French only)
- Procédure C 04.01.13 Menace active (French only)
- Procédure C 04.01.16 Prise d'otage (French only)
- Procédure C 04.01.17 Évacuations (French only)
- Procédure C 04.01.19 Fuite de gaz (French only)
- Procédure C 04.01.20 Verrouillage sécurisé et contrôlé (Hold and secure) (French only)
- Procédure C 04.01.21 Défaillance du bâtiment (French only)
- Procédure C 04.01.23 Verrouillage de confinement (Lockdown) (French only)
- Procédure C 04.01.24 Urgences médicales (French only)
- Procédure C 04.01.25 Alerte à la bombe et colis suspect (French only)
- Fire Safety Plan Main Campus - Sudbury
- Emergency Procedures for Special Needs
- Identification & Evacuation Form for Special Needs
- Fire Safety Plan - Student Residences
- Energy Report
Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plans
- Financial Statements
Financial statements – income and expenditure statements, changes in net assets and cash flow for the year ended on that date. Available in French only.
- Year ended March 31 2005
- Year ended March 31 2006
- Year ended March 31 2007
- Year ended March 31 2008
- Year ended March 31 2009
- Year ended March 31 2010
- Year ended March 31 2011
- Year ended March 31 2012
- Year ended March 31 2013
- Year ended March 31 2014
- Year ended March 31 2015
- Year ended March 31 2016
- Year ended March 31 2017
- Year ended March 31 2018
- Year ended March 31 2019
- Year ended March 31 2020
- Year ended March 31 2021
- Year ended March 31 2022
Since 2019, each of Ontario’s publicly-assisted colleges and universities is to prepare an annual report on the implementation of a free speech policy.
- Rapport annuel sur la liberté d'expression 2018-2019 (French only)
- Rapport annuel sur la liberté d'expression 2019-2020 (French only)
- Rapport annuel sur la liberté d'expression 2020-2021 (French only)
- Rapport annuel sur la liberté d'expression 2021-2022 (French only)
- Policies - Academic
Available in French only.
- D-01 Projets de nouveaux programmes
- D-02 Évaluation de la qualité de la programmation éducative et des services
- D-03 Suspension et annulation de programmes
- D-05 Plan de cours
- D-06 Évaluation de rendement
- D-07 Compétences professionnelles liées à la langue
- D-08 Certificats et diplômes
- D-09 Services à la clientèle ayant des besoins particuliers
- D-10 Politique d'aménagement linguistique
- D-11 Politique en matière de compétences culturelles
- D-12 Politique institutionnelle sur l'intégrité en recherche
- D-13 Recherche avec des être humains
- D-14 Politique institutionnelle sur la recherche
- D-16 Règlements des appels, des plaintes et des griefs relatifs à l'enseignement de la part des étudiants
- D-18 Rattrapage scolaire, sanctions et suspension d'étudiants
- D-19 Liberté et intégrité pédagogiques
- D-20 Capacité de prestation des programmes menant à un grade
- D-21 Admission, passage et obtention du diplôme dans le cadre d'un programme menant à un grade
- D-22 Propriété intellectuelle des produits des étudiants et du corps professoral affecté à un programme
- D-23 Prestation des programmes
- D-24 Transfert de crédits, Transfert en bloc et Reconnaissance des acquis
- D-25 Gestion du secteur de l'enseignement
- Policies - Board of Directors
Available in French only.
- A-10 Évaluation du rendement de la présidence
- A-11 Comités consultatifs sur les programmes
- A-12 Attribution d'un diplôme honorifique
- A-13 Prix de la présidence du Collège - Secteur privé
- A-14 Prix de la présidence du CA - Organisme communautaire
- A-15 Bourses « Boréal » du conseil d'administration
- A-16 Politique de communication
- A-17 Frais de déplacement de repas et d'accueil
- A-18 Conflits d'intérêts des membres du conseil d'administration
- A-19 Code de déontologie et règles de conduite professionnelle du CA
- A-20 Métapolitique - Procédures pour modification et création de politiques et procédures
- A-21 Frais de garde pour enfants à charge d'âge mineur
- A-22 Services en français
- Policies - Finance
Available in French only.
- B-01 Processus et contrôle budgétaire
- B-02 Autorisation de dépenses
- B-04 Droits d'auteur
- B-05 Approvisionnement concurrentiel ouvert
- B-06 Politique sur le tabagisme, Collège sans fumée
- B-07 Politique relative aux dénominations
- B-08 Politique de gestion des risques
- B-09 Maintien du droit à la liberté d'expression
- B-11 Gestion des dossiers systémiques
- Policies - Human Resources
Available in French only.
- C-01 Équité en matière d'emploi
- C-04 Santé et sécurité
- C-06 Normes d'accessibilité pour les services à la clientèle et les normes d'accessibilité intégrées
- C-06.01 Normes d'accessibilité pour les services à la clientèle et les normes d'accessibilité intégrées
- C-07 Accès à l'information et à la protection de la vie privée
- C-08 Protocole en matière d'agression sexuelle et de violence sexuelle
- C-09 Gestion des ressources humaines
Sexual harassment is not to be taken lightly. All staff and students are entitled to work, study and grow in a safe environment.
Below, you will find Collège Boréal’s Directive on sexual harassment, ressources and the report (complaint) form.
- Strategic Mandate Agreement
Each of Ontario’s 45 publicly funded colleges and universities has entered into a Strategic Mandate Agreement with the province highlighting institutional priorities for the period 2020-2025. The previous agreements ran from 2014 to 2017 and from 2017 to 2020.
The 2020-2025 agreements focus on improving performance outcomes. They encourage institutions to direct their resources and invest in initiatives that will result in positive economic and labour market outcomes for students and the people of Ontario. They are posted here.
An English version of Collège Boréal’s Strategic Mandate Agreement can be found here.
- Strategic Plan
The Plan stratégique focuses on a longer period of five years. It was developed following a great deal of consultation. Its goal is to identify the steps the Collège has taken in a global or overall context and to orient day-to-day decision-making in accordance with the strategic focuses determined after wise reflection.