Institutional investors have a financial and reputational interest in improving the quality of work at retail companies in their portfolios, says a new report released today by SHARE (Shareholder Association for Research and Education).
The University of St. Michael’s College announced today that it has partnered with the Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE) to facilitate shareholder engagement dialogues with companies in its investment portfolio on a range of environmental, social and corporate governance issues.
In response to a shareholder proposal filed by the United Church of Canada (UCC) and supported by the Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE), Agrium Inc….
The National Aboriginal Trust Officers Association (NATOA) and the Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE) are joining forces in a unique project to strengthen Aboriginal Trustees in the stewardship of their trust investments in ways that meet their financial goals and reflect their traditional values.
OceanRock Investments Inc. (Meritas Jantzi Social Index® Fund) along with the Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE) will present a shareholder proposal at the Restaurant Brands International (RBI)…
Two institutional shareholders of Potash Corporation (TSX:POT) will present a shareholder proposal at the company’s annual meeting Tuesday May 10th, asking the company to commission and make public an independent assessment of its human rights responsibilities in relation to sourcing phosphate rock from Western Sahara.
The methane reduction deal reached last week between Prime Minister Trudeau and President Obama could be undermined by aggressive lobbying and legal actions by US trade associations, some of which include Canadian corporations as members.
The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision today in the case of CIBC v. Green underscores the importance of legislative action across Canada to ensure that shareholders have a clearly articulated process and timeline for seeking a remedy from the courts when public companies make misrepresentations.
Ahead of the Paris talks on global climate change in December, a new report finds that Canada’s banks have an important stake in addressing one of the most defining economic, environmental and social challenges of our time.
A new report by SHARE, Banking on 2°, outlines the impacts that climate change-related risks could have on the banking sector. It also provides a set of recommendations for how Canada’s banks can more effectively manage these risks and catalyze the transition to a low carbon economy.