Commitment to
Corporate Responsibility.

Governance Policies

At TFI International, we believe strong ethics and corporate governance are integral to our commitment to corporate social responsibility. Integrity and accountability are essential to making a positive contribution to our clients, professionals and shareholders, as well as to the communities in which we live and work.

TFI International’s corporate governance policies ensure that we are transparent and accountable in our interactions with all of our stakeholders.


Constating Documents

Included in download:
– Articles of incorporation
– Articles of amendment
– By-laws

Child Labour and Forced Labour Policy

This Policy is based on TFI International Inc.’s commitment to find practical, meaningful and appropriate responses to support the prevention and effective elimination of child labour and forced labour practices, in accordance with the principles set forth by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and by the Canada Labor Code and similar legislations in force in each of the provinces of Canada.

Social Media Policy

The use of social media is increasingly prevalent in daily communications and has a rapid, far-reaching effect. The TFI International Social Media Policy serves as a guide to employees and to those doing business with TFI International, to ensure all fully understand the implications of using this interactive technology platform. Those who work for or represent TFI International are expected to adhere to this policy.

Code of Ethics

Our Code of Ethics details the standards of behavior that we require of our employees and partners. These guiding principles help employees make decisions consistent with our mission and leadership attributes. All TFI International Inc.’s employees and Board members are expected to adhere to this Code.

Disclosure Policy

Our Disclosure Policy contains various rules and guidelines to ensure that communications to the investment community, the general public and the media are timely, accurate and broadly disseminated in accordance with all applicable legal requirements.

Charter of the Board of Directors

This document is intended as a tool to assist the Directors of TFI International Inc. in fulfilling their responsibilities as members of our Board of Directors.

Audit Committee Charter

This document explains the role of the TFI International Inc. Audit Committee.

Mandate of the Human Resources and Compensation Committee

This document describes the mandate of the TFI International Inc. Human Resources and Compensation Committee.

Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee Charter

This document describes the mandate of the TFI International Inc. Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee.

Rules of Conduct of Insiders with Respect to Trading of Securities of TFI International Inc.

This document explains our rules for dealing in securities of TFI International Inc., to be observed by all Directors, Officers and designated employees of TFI International Inc.

Whistleblower Policy

This Policy is designed to enable employees and officers of TFI International Inc. and its divisions to raise concerns internally, confidentially and at the highest level.

Privacy Policy

This Policy is intended to protect the privacy of all information related to employees, directors, officers, agents, independent contractors, consultants, advisors, suppliers and customers of TFI International Inc. and its subsidiaries.

Clawback Policy

This Policy is designed to set the guidelines for recovery of performance-based compensation of senior executives of TFI International Inc. in certain circumstances when the financial statements of the Corporation are restated. This Policy was adopted by the Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee effective January 1, 2015.

Anti-Hedging Policy

This Policy was adopted by the Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee to prohibit directors and other senior executives of TFI International Inc. or its divisions, from using derivatives or other financial instruments to retain legal ownership of their shares in the Corporation while reducing their exposure to changes in the Corporation’s share price.