SHARE works with Indigenous and non-Indigenous investors to align capital with the principles of reconciliation and to amplify investor voices in support of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Call to Action 92 addressed to the business community.

Our work is grounded in the principles of reconciliation and our commitment to shifting the corporate and investment sectors so that they function in a manner that is consistent with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

SHARE’s reconciliation approach


The Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative is supporting Indigenous trusts in their efforts to steward their financial assets in ways that that align with their values and contribute to building the Indigenous economy. RRII is a joint initiative of NATOA and SHARE.

Learn more about RRII here.


SHARE is engaging with Canadian companies about the recommendations in Call to Action 92 and identifying ways for companies to improve their policies and practices related to Indigenous peoples as partners, employees and rights holders.

Learn more about our shareholder engagement services here.


We regularly publish research reports, case studies and investor briefs on issues that affect investment and Indigenous people. The Canadian Council on Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is a current research partner.

Find publications here.

In order to build stronger, healthier communities and economies, SHARE ensures that investments and corporate actions are continually contributing to the ongoing work of reconciliation.


Advancing Reconciliation in Canada: A Guide for Investors

This guide was designed to help investment organizations across Canada to think about the role that they can play to advance reconciliation by providing tangible steps and case studies. The guide is a product of the Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative (RRII), a partnership between the National Aboriginal Trust Officers Association (NATOA) and SHARE.

Business and Reconciliation: An Update Exploring the Performance of Public Companies in Canada

The report reviews company disclosures using a broad set of indicators to measure progress in advancing reconciliation since the release of a benchmark report in 2017. This research suggests that corporate Canada is slow to recognize the value of tracking and reporting on Indigenous relations and reconciliation.

Energy and Mining Investment: Assessing Accountability for Indigenous Rights in Complex Investment Chains

This investor brief outlines the types of indirect exposure to Indigenous rights concerns as well as key questions investors can ask about due diligence for independently-managed operations.