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Damon van der Linde

More corporate meetings to go virtual after success during pandemic

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The Canadian Press – The pandemic’s eruption at the start of AGM season this year forced many companies to cancel their in-person events and figure out how to use technology for a virus-free meeting. The online migration was a scramble for most, as Canadian organizations have been much slower to adopt virtual meetings than their counterparts in the United States.

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How Canadian investors can take action against systemic racism

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This week, over 200 corporate leaders across Canada have taken part in the inaugural BlackNorth Initiative and pledged their organizations to policies and specific targets to address systemic anti-Black racism. Among the participants were Canada’s top decision-makers in business from a broad range of sectors, including major finance companies and institutional investors.

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The Votes Are in at Tim Hortons

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Morningstar – With the pandemic affecting frontline workers at Restaurant Brands International, investors and activists were closely watching the vote on worker rights, which ended up with 37% support, up from 25% the previous year. Shareholder advocacy group SHARE filed the workforce practices proposal on behalf of the Atkinson Charitable Foundation.

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