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Stories by John Bennett

Time for true climate leadership at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

Opinion|By John Bennett
Why is the Canada Pension Plan, with more than $540-billion in assets, not leading the world in investing in solutions for recovery and resilience and instead shoring up long-standing polluters?
Opinion|By John Bennett
While Catherine McKenna was championing the transition from coal-fired electricity, The New York Times reported the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is trying to buy the coal assets of Rio Tinto—a deal estimated to be worth $2-billion. The money for this deal was collected by the Canadian government from the paycheques of Canadians and their employers.
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