Across Turtle Island, we have witnessed a renewed outpouring of grief and outrage in recent months, as the uncovering of thousands of unmarked children’s graves have served as horrific reminders of Canada’s long legacy of colonialism and assimilation, including the residential school system.
SHARE is seeking an individual passionate about and committed to building a more just, sustainable, and productive economy and looking to contribute to a vibrant, values-driven organization. The successful candidate is motivated by the opportunity to make meaningful changes in the way that capital is invested and deployed so as to address some of the critical environmental and social challenges facing our communities.
May 31, 2021 – It is with a heavy heart and many tears that we add our voice to those across Turtle Island who mourn for the 215 young spirits finally located last week in Kamloops, British Columbia. We grieve with the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Nation and the families of the lost children.
At its Annual General Meeting on May 12, 2021, shareholders of the Texas-based oil company Phillips 66 voted strongly in favour of a resolution to align its lobbying activity with the Paris Accord. This proposal was co-filed by SHARE, for the second year in a row, on behalf of the Fonds de Solidarite FTQ. Despite the company recommending against the proposal, the vote passed with a considerable show of support.
Following productive dialogue with the company, we are pleased to announce that the board of directors of the TMX Group has agreed to jointly support a resolution on reconciliation and Indigenous relations filed by SHARE on behalf of the Atkinson Foundation.
In advance of Chartwell’s upcoming AGM, SHARE recommends shareholders vote for the proposal asking for greater transparency on human capital management and withhold votes for the election of Michael Harris as Chairman of the Board,
In November 2020, SHARE asked whether TD Bank’s announcement of its new climate plan would “raise the bar” for Canadian banks. Four months later, all of Canada’s five largest banks have committed to measuring and disclosing their “financed emissions.”