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Proxy Alert: Vote on Indigenous Inclusion and Reconciliation at TMX Group

TMX Group LtdSymbol: X.TOAnnual Meeting date: May 12, 2021Filer: Atkinson Foundation, supported by the Shareholder Association for Research & Education (SHARE) Shareholder proposal on Indigenous relations and reconciliation (amended) SHARE’s Recommendation: Vote FOR shareholder proposal (amended) TMX Group Management Recommendation: Vote FOR shareholder proposal (amended) RESOLVED that the TMX Group’s Board of Directors report to shareholders on its work: to develop internal programs and policies on equity, diversity, and inclusion (ED&I), including those that encompass...

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TMX management joins Canadian businesses committing to Indigenous economic empowerment

22 April 2021 – By Katherine Wheatley, Kevin Thomas, & Anthony Schein Cross-posted with permission from the SHARE blog. At the upcoming annual meeting at Chartwell Retirement Residences, SHARE is recommending unitholders vote FOR the shareholder proposal (proposal No. 1) on board oversight of the workforce, and that unitholders withhold (Vote against) their vote for the chair of the Board, Michael D. Harris. SHARE argues that the company’s performance during the COVID-19 pandemic,...

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New research finds corporate Canada dragging its feet in disclosing progress on reconciliation

30 March 2021 – By Katie Wheatley, Manager, Reconciliation & Responsible Investment Initiative, SHARE and Lindsey Walton, Head of Canada for Signatory Relations, PRI Cross-posted with permission from the PRI blog. 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. Creating opportunities for equity ownership and participation are significant steps in this...

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New Research on Indigenous Perspectives on Fiduciary Duty

June marks National Indigenous History Month, providing us with the opportunity to reflect upon the diverse histories, strengths, and contributions of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit peoples.  To mark this important month, the Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative (RRII), together with The Circle on Philanthropy and with support from the Qube Foundation, is pleased to announce a new research project exploring Indigenous perspectives on fiduciary duty. The research is being led by Dr. John...

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RRII wins 2020 RIA Market Education Award

Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative wins 2020 RIA Market Education Award. The collaboration between National Aboriginal Trust Officers Association (NATOA) and SHARE aligns capital with Indigenous values, rights and title, and reconciliation....

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