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Investors question liabilities related to Canada’s oil sands tailings reclamation

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SHARE’s latest research questions liabilities related to Canada’s oil sands tailings reclamation and the potential to impact expenditures, the value of assets, access to capital, and overall financial condition of companies.

Canadian investor advocate challenges new US rules on proxy advisors, shareholder proposals

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SHARE has written to the US Securities Exchange Commission with concerns about proposed rules that will disenfranchise smaller and main street investors by limiting shareholder proposals 

Economic reconciliation is an investor responsibility

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A new report, Moving Capital, Shifting Power, profiles how investors can support Indigenous training, employment, contracting, advancement and business development opportunities.

SHARE and Coast Funds announce shareholder proxy voting guidelines advocating for the rights of Indigenous Peoples

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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.


How the BCTF is making history as a responsible investor

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Teacher Magazine – How the British Columbia Teacher’s Federation and SHARE made history through a vote on gender diversity at Waste Connections Inc.

Who benefits and who suffers from the SEC’s proposed proxy-advisory rules?

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Canadian Investment Review – Seeking to tighten regulations for proxy advisory firms would imply that these firms are doing something wrong, says Kevin Thomas chief executive officer of the Shareholder Association for Research and Education. He says this isn’t the case.

Waste Connections aims for more board diversity in face of shareholder proposal

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Globe & Mail – The shareholders of Waste Connections Inc. demonstrated that one female director on a corporate board is, in their eyes, no longer enough.

Boards under scrutiny as new rules turn up the pressure for more diversity

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Globe & Mail – Canadian companies have steadily, but slowly, added women to their boards and executive ranks over the past decade as they respond to pressure from shareholders. The shift has been due in large part to regulations that forced them to disclose their gender diversity and explain how they intend to improve it.