The Company is committed to high standards of corporate governance. The board continues to refine the Company’s governance policies and practices in light of regulatory initiatives in Canada that have been adopted to improve corporate governance. The Company regularly reviews and updates its Audit Committee Charter. For investor benefit the Audit Charter, Stock Option Plan and other policies are available for review.

Audit Committee

The Audit Committee’s primary function is to assist the Board in fulfilling its financial oversight responsibilities by reviewing the financial reports and other financial information provided by Rocky Mountain Liquor Inc. to regulatory authorities and shareholders. The Committee is also responsible for reviewing the Corporation’s systems of internal controls regarding finance and accounting, as well as its auditing, accounting and financial reporting processes. Robert Normandeau, Frank Coleman and Allison Radford comprise the Audit Committee. The Chair of the Audit Committee is Robert Normadeau; and both Mr. Normandeau and Mr. Coleman are independent.

Audit Committee Charter                         View

Stock Option Plan

The Company uses stock option grants with vesting periods for its Long-Term Incentive plan. These grants are used as both an incentive and to reward performance for key employees.

Details of the Stock Option Plan are provided below:

Stock Option Plan                                          View


Disclosure and Insider Trading Policy View
Whistleblower Policy View