StandardsofSustainabilityforCompanyinCanada

Standards of “Sustainability” for Company in CanadaCompany name: Tim Horton Describe for the Company: Tim Horton is one of North America’s largest restaurant. The first Tim Horton opened in Canada in 1964. The menu includes premium coffee, hot and cold specialty drinks (including lattes, cappuccinos and espresso shots), specialty teas and fruit smoothies, fresh baked goods, grilled Panini and classic sandwiches, wraps, soups, prepared foods and other food products.Sustainability in Communities: Tim Horton Children’s Foundation Tim Horton Children’s Foundation was established in 1974. The Foundation Camp experience provides programs to help economically disadvantaged children develop lifelong skills. -In 2014, the restaurant owners and guest from across North America raised $11.8 million for the Foundation company.- To mark Tim Hortons 50th Anniversary campers planted over 1,500 trees on the camp properties.- At Tim Hortons, we aim to consider the environment when making decisions about our packaging. As we strive to reduce the waste created in every part of our business, we are addressing the waste generated at our restaurants through reduction, reuse and recycling initiatives. • We continued to offer ceramic dishware to guests who eat in-restaurant and a 10-cent discount for guests who purchase a hot beverage in their travel mugs. • Together with our Restaurant Owners, we are developing a comprehensive waste diversion strategy for our restaurants. In 2014, we developed a strategy and we aim to pilot the strategy in key regions in 2015. • In 2014, our Restaurant Owners supported 650 local community clean-ups across Canada.Company name: Telus Introduction of company: Telus is a communications company that promotes fiber-optic networks, has a division called Telus Mobility. It USES HSPA + and LTE on its mainstream network. As of the second quarter of 2019, Telus mobile is Canada’s third-largest mobile phone provider, with 9.9 million subscribers.Sustainable development of the activities: -In 2019, To enhance our capacity to respond to the needs of other stakeholders through community investment, including donations of $55 million to charitable and community organizations.- In 2018, we continued to host stakeholder engagement activities that are core to our approach. We once again conducted internal sustainability surveys and convened focus groups with the assistance of third-party agencies to help us validate and prioritize our material issues and help identify emerging issues- In 2017, we set targets that focused on social outcomes in the following areas: • The digital economy• Transforming healthcare • Caring for our environment• Providing access to education for children and youth • Creating a sense of online safety, security, protection and respect of privacy • Fostering more inclusive and equitable communities. We also aligned these social outcomes to relevant Sustainable -10% absolute energy reduction from our 2010 consumption by 2020-25% greenhouse gas emissions reduction from our 2010 levels by 2020-$15million contributed since 2000 to fund environmental workCompany name: Bank of MontrealIntroduction of company: Bank of Montreal (French: Banque de Montréal) is a Canadian multinational investment bank and financial services company. The Bank of Montreal was founded in 1817 in Montreal, Quebec, with its headquarters in Montreal. It is one of Canada’s top five Banks, the country’s fourth-largest by market value and assets, and one of the top 10 Banks in North America. Its acronym is BMO.Sustainable development of the activities: -In 2019, commitment to mobilize $400bn for sustainable finance, including $250bn of customer investment for sustainable results and $150bn of capital for companies pursuing sustainable results.Donated $67.2 million to registered charities and non-profit organizations in Canada and the United States.-In 2018, helping clients lead the global transition to a low-carbon economy, including underwriting more than $6.3 billion in green or sustainable debt.Participated in $6.8 billion of renewable energy equity and debt financing, and provided $3.9 billion in loan commitments to renewable energy entities and projects.-In 2017, participated in $6.4 billion of renewable energy equity and debt financing, and provided $4.2 billion in loan commitments to renewable entities and renewable projects.