Join SHARE’s Shannon Rohan at the inaugural RI Digital: Canada 2020 conference, a free-to-air event where she will be part of a session that asks what the future of co-investing with indigenous peoples will look like.
SHARE and NATOA welcome today’s announcement from the CFL Edmonton franchise of its decision to retire its team name. The abandonment of the use of an Indigenous moniker is a positive step to advancing reconciliation and respectful relations with Indigenous peoples.
This innovative project mobilizes institutional investors as allies with Indigenous peoples to use their capital and their voices to promote positive economic outcomes for Indigenous peoples.
In the past few weeks, we have seen how COVID-19 poses greater risks to Indigenous Peoples relative to the settler population as a whole. Reconciliation and Indigenous rights continue to be a priority at SHARE as we monitor corporate responses to the crisis.
GreenMoney -Within the investment world, reconciliation in Canada is largely in its infancy. As a result, in 2015, we founded the Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative, which aims to align capital with Indigenous values.
What happens, in the event of insolvency, to unreclaimed wellsites, tailings ponds, and other lands affected by oil exploration? Learn about the recommendations from SHARE.
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.
The SHARE Responsible Investment Workshop for Religious Investors on November 21, 2019 in Toronto brought together investors from across the country.