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During the first quarter of 2011, SHARE corresponded with 45 companies on key ESG issues. Our thematic focus this quarter was on climate risk disclosure…
During the fourth quarter of 2010, SHARE corresponded with 33 companies on key ESG issues. Almost seventy percent of our company dialogues were reported as ‘positive’ or ‘on track’ by our shareholder engagement analysts.
The Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto has released a new study on the risks that Canada’s shale gas development presents to our water resources.
This quarter, SHARE lead shareholder engagement with 48 companies on a range of issues including toxic chemicals, sustainable forestry, precarious employment, human rights…
Q2 Highlights: Shoppers Drug Mart, EnCana Corporation, Imperial Oil, Nexen, Talisman Energy, and Trican Well Service…
Imperial Oil Ltd. is actively engaged in lobbying activity in a number of Canadian jurisdictions and, where legal, has made political contributions. Its registered lobbyists in British Columbia, Alberta, and at the federal level are actively lobbying on energy, climate change and environmental policies. This proposal asks Imperial oil for report on on oversight and disclosure of corporate political spending.
As one of the largest oil producing and refining companies in Canada, Imperial’s reliance on water withdrawals and high volume of wastewater production means the company is exposed to potential physical, regulatory and reputational water-related risks across its business segments. This proposal asks the company to respond to the CDP Water information request.
SHARE and its global partners have launched a campaign that promotes sustainable water resource management in the oil & gas sector, collectively asking over 30 North American oil and gas companies to disclose key information about their water-related risks by responding to the CDP Water Questionnaire.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: Imperial Oil Ltd. shareholders are seeking to force the company to be more transparent about its water-related risks from pollution and climate change, as well as its lobbying activities and expenditures.
A group of pension plans and other institutional investors have filed a formal shareholder proposal with Linamar Corporation asking that the company offer an annual “say on pay” shareholder advisory vote on executive compensation.
Shareholders at Imperial Oil Limited and Linamar Corporation will be asked to vote on adopting an annual advisory “Say on Pay” vote on executive compensation at this year’s annual general meetings. According to a new report from SHARE, more than 71% of companies in the TSX Composite Index have now adopted “Say on Pay” votes and 52 of the TSX60 Index companies have adopted the practice. An amendment to the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA) proposed in the federal government’s new budget implementation bill, introduced April 8th, would require corporations incorporated under the CBCA to provide an annual Say on Pay vote.