Leadership Profile: Ottawa Community Foundation 

The Ottawa Community Foundation (OCF) is a public foundation established in 1987 to serve a broad range of charitable purposes primarily within the Ottawa region. They distribute grants to over 500 charities per year. Like any community foundation, revenue for granting comes from building an endowment fund and generating interest from investments.

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Banking on a Low-Carbon Future: Finance in a Time of Climate Crisis

This report by Boston Common Asset Management in partnership with SHARE and other regional partners is the fifth annual study of how global banks are managing climate risks and opportunities. It builds on last year’s report, which shifted emphasis from bank policies to implementation and action.

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Moving Capital, Shifting Power

CCAB and SHARE have identified opportunities for investment organizations to contribute to economic reconciliation and the development of Indigenous training, employment, contracting and advancement opportunities, as well as direct investment in Indigenous-owned businesses.

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Letter to US SEC about June 21, 2019 Rule 14a-8 Stakeholder Meeting

SHARE is concerned with the potential change in practice at the SEC in which some “no action” requests would not receive a written decision.

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Déplacement du capital, transfert du pouvoir

CCAB et SHARE ont identifié des possibilités pour les organisations d’investissement de contribuer à la réconciliation économique et au développement de possibilités de formation, d’emploi, de passation de marchés et de perfectionnement, ainsi qu’à l’investissement direct dans des entreprises appartenant à des autochtones.

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Advancing Reconciliation in Canada: a Guide for Investors

We hope this guide helps investment organizations across Canada to think about the role that they can play to advance reconciliation by providing tangible steps and case studies.

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The Straight Goods: Canadian Business Insights on Modern Slavery in Supply Chains

A new study finds Canadian companies acknowledge that modern slavery in corporate supply chains is a priority issue which requires action, including through potential legislation.

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Public consultation on the Pay Transparency Act for the Ontario Ministry of Labour on May 1, 2019

SHARE believes there is a clear business case for addressing the gender pay gap and recommends the Government look to other jurisdictions that have already implemented gender pay gap reporting for experience in designing effective and reasonable regulations.

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The State of Say on Pay in Canada

According to a new report from SHARE, more than 71% of companies in the TSX Composite Index have now adopted “Say on Pay” votes and 52 of the TSX60 Index companies have adopted the practice.

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SHARE 2019 Annual Report

Learn about the important progress we made in 2019 towards building a community of values-driven investors who are committed to amplifying their voices in support of a sustainable, inclusive and productive economy.

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SHARE 2018 Annual Report

Read SHARE’s 2018 Annual Report to learn about the activities and achievements related to our responsible investment services, educational events and research.

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Public consultation on the supervisory guidelines on the integration of ESG factors in the investment and risk management of pension funds

SHARE responded to a consultation by the International Organisation of Pension Supervisors (IOPS) on the supervisory guidelines on the integration of ESG factors in the investment and risk management of pension funds.

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