The latest research from SHARE finds Canadian oil and gas companies are continuing to lobby for weaker climate regulations in the interest of short-term profits, while providing inadequate disclosure to investors.
Two Canadian leaders in responsible investment services have partnered to create the new GIR, a joint venture aimed to become the sole Canadian provider of proxy voting services for institutional investors from coast to coast.
Deux chefs de file dans le domaine des services en matière d’investissement responsable au Canada se sont associés afin de créer le nouveau GIR, une coentreprise qui deviendra l’unique fournisseur canadien de services de gestion des droits de vote pour les investisseurs institutionnels d’un océan à l’autre.
Energy and Mining Investment: Assessing Accountability for Indigenous Rights in Complex Investment Chains explores how investors can assess the degree to which accountability for Indigenous peoples’ right to Free Prior and Informed Consent is addressed in project and corporate decision-making.
SHARE and NATOA welcome today’s announcement from the CFL Edmonton franchise of its decision to retire its team name. The abandonment of the use of an Indigenous moniker is a positive step to advancing reconciliation and respectful relations with Indigenous peoples.
This innovative project mobilizes institutional investors as allies with Indigenous peoples to use their capital and their voices to promote positive economic outcomes for Indigenous peoples.
A shareholder of Restaurant Brands International (RBI) is recommending that shareholders withhold their vote for Alexandre Behring, the company’s co-chair. Behring is also the managing partner of 3G Capital, the Brazilian hedge fund that owns a controlling stake in RBI.
SHARE will help Dragonfly vote its shares at company meetings and engage company management on climate change, environmental protection & Indigenous reconciliation
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).