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SHARE CEO Kevin Thomas responded to today’s Ontario budget announcements on markets modernization, an inclusive Ontario economy and new Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) disclosures.
New research by the Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative suggests that corporate Canada is slow to recognize the value of tracking and reporting on Indigenous relations and reconciliation.
Une coalition de fonds de dotation et de régimes de retraite universitaires canadiens lance une nouvelle initiative par l’entremise de SHARE, un organisme à but non lucratif de défense des droits des investisseurs, afin de avec les entreprises investies sur les risques liés aux changements climatiques.
A coalition of Canadian university endowments and pension plans is launching a new initiative through SHARE, a non-profit investor advocacy organization, investee corporations on climate change risks.
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Principles for Responsible Investment – Canadian businesses must support Indigenous communities in securing long-term, sustainable benefits from economic development, as part of their reconciliation duties, enshrined in the Truth and Reconciliation Call to Action #92.
Globe and Mail – The Ontario government plans to move ahead with an overhaul of the Ontario Securities Commission, pushing an expanded mandate for the regulator and proposing a drastic reconfiguration of its internal governance structure.
Benefits Canada – A coalition of Canadian university endowments and pension plans are launching a new initiative to engage investee corporations on climate change risks.
Globe and Mail – Despite some progress, Canada’s corporate sector has much work to do in accelerating representation and participation of Indigenous peoples on corporate boards, in management and across companies’ operations.