Corporate responsibility reporting
A balanced approach
Our commitment to corporate responsibility – finding the balance between strong environmental performance, economic prosperity and social well-being – is key to how we work.
We recognize the importance of reporting in an open and accountable way. We disclose the information that’s required by law and regulation, and also voluntarily disclose information that more broadly describes our activities, policies, opportunities and risks.
We produce our corporate responsibility report mid-year to outline our performance from the previous year. The report highlights our successes and points out some areas where we could have done better and how we plan to address them in the following year.
We’ve received global attention from sustainability experts for our corporate responsibility efforts including:
Achieved leadership level rating in the annual Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) Climate Change Report. We received a score of A-, positioning us in the top quartile of all global companies assessed by CDP.
Included in the Euronext Vigeo World 120 Index, which recognizes the top 120 companies globally for their high degree of control over corporate responsibility risk and contributions to sustainable development.
Named to the FTSE4GOOD Index Series, recognizing strong environmental, social and governance practices.
Named to the index, which benchmarks targets for the highest environmental social governance-rated companies, making up 50 percent of the adjusted market capitalization in each sector of the underlying index.
Named to the JSI Index, a socially screened, market capitalization-weighted common stock index modeled on the S&P/TSX 60, consisting of 50 Canadian companies that pass a set of broadly-based environmental, social and governance criteria.