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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.
SHARE IN THE NEWS
Just-Style – The Workforce Disclosure Initiative is renewing its calls for companies across the world to come forward with better data on their staff and supply chain workers, with the aim of improving the quality of jobs globally.
Morningstar – A pleasant surprise at Ontario-based Waste Connections brings signs of progress – Morningstar sat down with the visionaries behind the vote at SHARE.
Morningstar – Shareholders voted down climate-related targets at Cenovus Energy recently – Laura Gosset at SHARE, who worked to file to the proposal, discusses sector progress and steps to resilience
Investment Executive – Advocates for socially responsible investment and good corporate governance are touting the first win for a shareholder proposal dedicated to improving gender diversity at a Canadian firm. SHARE is pleased to report that a proxy proposal on diversity filed by the British Columbia Teachers Federation received 64.5% shareholder support at Waste Connections Inc.’s annual meeting.