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Pensions & Investments mentions a study by Aaron Atkinson and Bradley Freelan in an article on proxy contests in Canada

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“Proxy contests fall to 10-year low in Canada” by Barry B. Burr, Pensions & Investments Pensions & Investments mentions a study by Aaron Atkinson and Bradley Freelan in an article on proxy contests in Canada falling to the lowest level since 2006.

Proxy contests in Canada fell to 10 in 2015, the lowest level since 2006, reflecting “a strong year for management” and its continued ability to mount successful defenses, said law firm Fasken Martineau DuMoulin's “Canadian Proxy Contest Study: 2016 Update,” released Friday.

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