Reconciliation and Corporate Canada

Learn how creative leadership is paving the way for meaningful collaboration towards reconciliation in this recording from the 2022 Summit. Featuring CCAB and TMX Group.

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Aperçu des engagements 2022

SHARE mobilise les billions de dollars d’actifs détenus par les investisseurs
institutionnels canadiens pour promouvoir une économie plus durable, inclusive et productive. Nos priorités d’engagement pour 2022 comprennent la transition climatique, le travail décent et la réconciliation.

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2022 Engagement Snapshot

SHARE mobilizes the trillions of dollars in assets held by Canadian institutional
investors to promote a more sustainable, inclusive, and productive economy. Our engagement priorities for 2022 include the climate transition, decent work and human rights, and reconciliation.

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All Hands On Deck: Opportunities for Investment Management Firms to Advance Reconciliation

With input from 48 Canadian investment managers and advisors, RRII developed a framework to describe actions that investment managers can take to advance reconciliation and Indigenous rights recognition.

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Investors for Affordable Cities: An online forum on the financialization of housing

This webinar was an opportunity for investors to learn about how the financialization of housing is unfolding in Canadian cities, consider why housing affordability is an issue for investors and discuss what investors can do to begin addressing concerns regarding housing affordability in their portfolios.

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Investors for Affordable Cities: Responsible investment and affordable rental housing in Canada

As the housing crisis deepens, the growing presence of institutional investors in the rental real estate market – a phenomena often referred to as the financialization of housing – is coming under scrutiny. Housing affordability is an issue that investors must address in their portfolios.

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SHARE 2020 Annual Report

2020 marked SHARE’s twentieth anniversary. This past year, we rose to the challenge, mobilizing our network of institutional investors in support of a just recovery, building resilience, advancing racial justice and reconciliation and continuing our efforts to build a sustainable, inclusive and productive economy. Learn more in our Annual Report.

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SHARE 2021 Engagement Snapshot

SHARE’s stewardship services help institutional investors become active owners by facilitating constructive shareholder dialogues with companies on key environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) issues.

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

This 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.

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Joint Canadian investor letter to the Modernization Task Force

SHARE helped to convene a group of Canada’s largest pension investors and asset management firms to present proposals to Ontario’s Capital Markets Modernization Task Force, working together to encourage Canadian regulators to take up improved environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure requirements, improve corporate diversity, and address climate change.

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Climate Lobbying in the Canadian Energy Sector: Investor Benchmark of Oversight and Disclosure

This report analyzes 22 companies listed in the S&P/TSX Capped Energy Index (TTEN) on their climate lobbying disclosure and found that all have participated in lobbying activities, while none have disclosed their overall spending.

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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.

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