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Critical mass of independent women on the board
To encourage the company to have more independent women on its board
Reminded nine Canadian-based companies across four sectors about the ample supply of board-ready women in a leading Canadian database
Pay for performance
To discuss the components of the alignment of CEO pay and shareholder performance
Encouraged compensation committee chairs and other directors to align CEO pay and shareholder performance, at 12 Canadian-based companies across six sectors
To provide feedback on how to align shareholders experience/stock performance with management compensation
Meeting with one of its board member, who is also the Chair of the Compensation Committee
TDAM expressed our view that the experience of shareholders needs to be considered as a factor, rather than just scorecard objectives. The Company is also encouraged to increase its number of new board members and its representation of women
Water usage and community relationship
Water usage at its operations
Meeting with management
Greater efforts have been made to improve water recycling on site, as drought occurred a couple of years ago
To improve the community relationship, the company started a residence policy
Technology development at oil sand
To evaluate how technology development could improve economics as well as environment
It appears that technology development has the potential to lower costs, improve cash flows, as well as reduce greenhouse gas emissions by ~25%.