Shareholders request that the Brookfield Asset Management Board of Directors expand its annual disclosure to include Comprehensive health and safety KPIs across the company’s global assets and operations and full reporting on the number and types of complaints received from employees, including contractors and temporary workers, the remedies offered under its grievance mechanism and the percentage of complaints resolved.
The Atkinson Charitable Foundation filed this shareholder proposal at RBI in order seek additional information about its efforts to uphold decent work in its operations.
Shareholders request that the Board of Directors provide a report detailing the due diligence process used by Dollarama Inc. (“Dollarama”) to identify and address risks to human rights from Dollarama’s business.
Shareholders request that the Human Resources Committee (“HRC”) of the Board of Directors commission a report, on an annual basis, on the pay grades and/or salary ranges of all classifications of Thomson Reuters’ employees.
Shareholders request that the Magna Internation Inc. Board of Directors expand its annual disclosure to shareholders, at reasonable cost and omitting proprietary information, to include key performance indicators (KPIs) on human capital management and human rights due diligence related to the company’s global manufacturing sites and its global supply chain.
A group of pension plans and other institutional investors have filed a formal shareholder proposal with Linamar Corporation asking that the company offer an annual “say on pay” shareholder advisory vote on executive compensation.
Shareholders request that Cenovus Energy Inc. set and publish targets that are aligned with the goal of the Paris Agreement to limit global average temperature increase to well below 2 degrees Celsius relative to pre-industrial levels.
Shareholders request that TransCanada Board of Directors provide a report to shareholders outlining how TransCanada respects internationally-recognized standards for Indigenous Peoples’ rights in its business activities.
A group of pension plans and other institutional investors have filed a formal shareholder proposal with Imperial Oil asking that the company offer an annual shareholder advisory vote on executive compensation (“Say on Pay”).
SNC-Lavalin is actively engaged in lobbying activity in a number of Canadian and foreign jurisdictions. Over the years, concerns have been raised with the company’s operations in Canada and internationally and the processes through which the company lobbies for lucrative government contracts. The proposal filed by the Fonds de Solidarité (FTQ), represented by the Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE), seeks information about the oversight and extent of SNC-Lavalin’s contributions to political activity.