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Shareholders, including a group of nuns, are demanding changes from Chartwell Retirement Residences — including the ouster of Mike Harris
Toronto Star – One of Canada’s largest private retirement and long-term-care home operators is facing calls from activist investors — including a group of nuns following their religious conscience — to monitor and improve working conditions for its staff, pay a living wage and to vote against the re-election of chair and former Ontario premier Mike Harris as a member of the board.
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Globe and Mail – Two major shareholder-advisory companies are advising unitholders of Chartwell Retirement Residences
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