Tikinagan is accountable to the public and communities we serve. As one of our nine values, Tikinagan is committed to excellence and dependability in all aspects of service delivery. The Ontario legislature passed the Broader Public Sector Accountability Act in 2010. The act establishes rules and accountability standards for public organizations funded by government.
Children’s aid societies are one of the sectors subject to this act. Tikinagan Child and Family Services is designated as a children’s aid society under the Child, Youth and Family Services Act. For details about the directives, following the links to the Ontario Ministry of Finance website:
- Broader Public Sector Expenses Directive
- Ministry of Government & Consumer Services
- Tikinagan’s Broader Public Sector Perquisites Directive Report
Tikinagan Child and Family Services is committed to resolving, where possible, any barriers that limit, impede or frustrate any person’s ability to access or receive services provided by Tikinagan Child and Family Services in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Click here to read more about our AODA compliance.
Tikinagan follows an in depth set of policies in all of the work we do. This includes Finance and Travel. Click to review.
Executive Staff and Board Travel Expenses
The information below provides details of the travel and accommodation expenses for the agency’s Executive Team and Board of Directors.
Travel Expense Rates
Executive Staff- 2021-2022 Travel Expenses
Board Travel Expenses 2021-2022