1. Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan criticized over U.S. prison company shares  CBC News
  2. Ontario Teachers' moving slowly on cannabis investments: CEO Mock  BNNBloomberg.ca
  3. Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan had shares in company that runs controversial U.S. migrant detention centres  CBC.ca
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Cannabis is a “young” industry that the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan is taking time to assess for potential investment opportunities, the outgoing president and CEO of the $191.1-billion fund manager says.

Ontario Teachers' moving slowly on cannabis investments: CEO Mock - BNN Bloomberg

“Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan had shares in company that runs controversial U.S. migrant detention centres https://t.co/A2LBshhBr3”

Caroline Alphonso on Twitter: "Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan had shares in company that runs controversial U.S. migrant detention centres https://t.co/A2LBshhBr3"

“Turns out Alberta owns $4.8M in shares in these for-profit prisons through AIMCo #ableg #abpoli Maybe AIMCo should answer those questions. Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan invests in company that runs controversial U.S. migrant detention centres | CBC News https://t.co/JN3gEBQpD0”

Jessica Littlewood on Twitter: "Turns out Alberta owns $4.8M in shares in these for-profit prisons through AIMCo #ableg #abpoli Maybe AIMCo should answer those questions. Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan invests in company that runs controversial U.S. migrant detention centres | CBC News https://t.co/JN3gEBQpD0"