Navigator launches the Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation


Navigator is pleased to announce the establishment of the Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation.

This ground-breaking initiative will help equip Canadian businesses and organizations with insights, tools, and support as they work to redefine and strengthen both the scope of their purpose and the contributions they make more broadly to society.

Navigator has had this initiative in development for some time and while not a response to the COVID-19 crisis, its launch could not be more timely.

The Centre will be led by Navigator Senior Advisor and former Premier of New Brunswick, Brian Gallant, alongside a team of experts in policy, governance, business, communications, law, and social responsibility.

Building on the findings of a landmark proprietary research study due this summer, the Centre will release regular analysis and guidance for business based around the expectations of Canadians. It will use these insights to design tailor-made strategic solutions for businesses and organizations to define, advance, and implement their purpose.

Gallant will announce members of the Centre’s new team in the coming weeks and its first research report will be released this summer.