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Should Government Legislate that Companies Must Disclose Information Relating to CSR?

Recently the European Commission adopted a groundbreaking CSR directive. It applies to 6,000 large companies with over 500 employees. Effective 2017, it directs them to disclose information on policies, risks and outcomes related to environmental matters, social and employee-related aspects, respect for human rights, anti-corruption and bribery issues, and board director diversity. This is a bold and sensible move by the EU and should be applauded.  

Now…what will Canada do?

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Canada reviews the Canada Business Corporations Act – where does CSR belong?

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  • TSSS Event: Rethinking Prosperity. How Can We Better Navigate the Journey?

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    On November 12th, author and Federal Member of Parliament (MP) for Toronto Centre Chrystia Freeland will join TSSS to share her thoughts and ideas on the challenge of wealth concentration and our shrinking middle class while exploring our collective role in charting a new path forward.  Learn more >>

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