Ovintiv Inc. announced preliminary vote results at its AGM today showing 56% shareholder approval for a resolution filed by the Pension Plan of the United Church of Canada, supported by the Shareholder Association for Research & Education (SHARE).
18 Asset Management will be joining more than 50 institutional investors from across Canada with combined assets under management of $23 billion who participate in SHARE’s engagement program.
At a meeting held during the organization’s Investor Summit 2020, the SHARE Board of Directors named Mario Tremblay as its new chair. Currently the Fonds de solidarité FTQ’s vice-president for Public and Corporate Affairs, Mr. Tremblay has been a SHARE board member since 2012.
SHARE’s latest research questions liabilities related to Canada’s oil sands tailings reclamation and the potential to impact expenditures, the value of assets, access to capital, and overall financial condition of companies.
SHARE has written to the US Securities Exchange Commission with concerns about proposed rules that will disenfranchise smaller and main street investors by limiting shareholder proposals
A new report, Moving Capital, Shifting Power, profiles how investors can support Indigenous training, employment, contracting, advancement and business development opportunities.
SHARE and Coast Funds today announced new shareholder proxy voting guidelines that advocate for the rights of Indigenous Peoples. Coast Funds is an Indigenous-led conservation finance organization created by First Nations, the governments of British Columbia and Canada, and private foundations as part of the 2006 Great Bear Rainforest agreements.
SHARE and a coalition of institutional investors with combined assets of more than $14 trillion is renewing its demand for companies across the world to come forward with better data on their staff and supply chain workers, with the aim improving the quality of jobs globally.
Investors ask Dollarama to address human rights risks in global supply chain. A shareholder proposal filed by the Pension Plan of The United Church of Canada with support from SHARE goes to vote June 13 at company annual meeting
A new study released today finds Canadian companies acknowledge that modern slavery in corporate supply chains is a priority issue which requires action, including through potential legislation.