Award and Recognition
The companies that receive the Award for Best Sustainability Report are presented with a commemorative trophy. The winners are announced at a luncheon-conference. The names of the winning companies are also posted on the FSI website.
The FSI Competition for Best Sustainability Report is governed by a steering committee composed of members of the FSI. Find out more about the committee.
For each specific industry sector of the SASB (Sustainability Accounting Standards Board) classification system, a jury composed of bachelor’s or master’s level university students working under the supervision of an associate professor conducts an assessment of the most recently published sustainable development reports of all the companies in the sector that are part of the S&P/TSX Composite Index.
University professors who would like to form a jury with a group of students are invited to contact us at email@example.com.
All companies that are part of the S&P/TSX Composite Index and produce a sustainability report by September 30 are automatically eligible for this competition. There is no formal application process.
Consult the assessment criteria used by the jury teams for the 2018 edition of the Competition.
Starting with the 2018 edition of the Competition, a web platform created by Metrio offers public access to the Competition’s sectoral and overall results. Companies whose sustainability report was assessed can also request a secure login to view their results, as well as any commentary by the jury.
Consult the FAQ for companies :
Creation of jury teams:
During September 2017
Submitting report evaluations:
November 15th, 2017
February 1st, 2018
Recipients are announced during a luncheon-conference attended by invited representatives of the winning companies as well as members of the financial community, the students and professors who formed the juries, and FSI members.
Renewable Resources & Alternative Energy
Non-Renewable Resources – Oil & Gas
Non-Renewable Resources – Metals & Mining Other Than Gold
Non-Renewable Resources – Gold companies