Our collaborative model enables investors to use their voices as shareholders to support better corporate sustainability policies and practices.Learn More
SHARE follows a four-prong approach to responsible investing, encapsulating our values of integrity, collaboration, inclusivity, and action-driven results.
Our Investor Initiatives amplify voices in support of a sustainable, inclusive and productive economy.
We educate and empower investors to establish leading responsible investment policies and practices.
We provide an extensive and effective shareholder engagement program at an affordable price.
We engage with policy makers and regulators to drive greater transparency and accountability in Canada’s capital markets.
SHARE actively engages with companies on a number of pressing environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) issues. Learn more about our research on these key areas of focus.
SHARE engages with companies across a number of different sectors to address human rights abuses in their operations and supply chains.
Climate change is a critical economic, political and moral issue for society as a whole, and presents a formidable challenge for long-term institutional investors.
SHARE’s decent work program encourages a dialogue between shareholders and companies about the link between decent work practices and long-term value.
SHARE works with Indigenous and non-Indigenous investors to amplify voices in support of truth and reconciliation in business and responsible investing.
Explore investor briefs, proxy voting reports, policy positions and more in our library of responsible investment resources.
This briefing note discusses six questions for investors, both short-termand long-term, raised by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.View PDF
Greater board accountability for diversity, community safety, and climate change are highlights of the SHARE 2022 Proxy Voting Guidelines.View PDF
As the housing crisis deepens, the growing presence of institutional investors in the rental real estate market – a phenomena often referred to as the financialization of housing – is coming under scrutiny. Housing affordability is an issue that investors must address in their portfolios.View PDF
Explore some of the recent milestones from across our programs, as well as key op-eds and analysis from our network and team.
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The CCSN conducted a baseline analysis of proxy voting transparency from Canada’s five largest institutionalRead More
Through collaboration, SHARE’s network participants are amplifying their voices and calling for meaningful changes in corporate policies and practices, and in capital markets more broadly.
Want to align your investment policies and practices with your mission? SHARE can help with a range of services for mission-driven investors.
Want to continually develop your responsible investment strategy? SHARE can help your fund devise a clear vision, framework and strategy for responsible investment.
Is your university looking to take further action on climate change? The University Network for Investor Engagement is designed to help universities align their investment portfolios with a just transition to a low carbon economy.
Are you interested in connecting with like-minded investors on responsible investment? SHARE’s Religious Investors Network brings together faith-based investors and helps them align their investments with their values.
Are you interested in collaborating with like minded institutions on climate change? Learn how to get involved with Climate Engagement Canada.
We are committed to building a financial system that empowers Indigenous perspectives, and prioritizes reconciliation as a key component of responsible investing.