Got a question for Guy Cormier?

Marie-Christine Daignault | Desjardins group

Is there anything you'd like to ask Guy Cormier, president and CEO of Desjardins? Want to know more about the organization's vision or what we have planned for the future? 

Now's your chance!

Guy will be answering the most popular questions in his speech at Desjardins's Annual General Meeting on March 25, which will be broadcast live on Facebook.

You can submit questions in writing or in a video.

3 easy ways to send us your questions:

1. On Facebook: Click on the Send message button on Guy's Facebook page to send a video or text message. You can also use Facebook Messenger to send a message directly to @guycormierdesjardins.


3. In the comments section below (no video option)

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Rosina R. / April 1, 2018 6:45 PM
I am writing to ask you and Desjardins to respect Indigenous rights and protect the water and the climate by agreeing not to fund or to arrange funding for Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain expansion. As the largest association of credit unions in North America, your institution has acknowledged the responsibility of the financial sector in with regards to issues of global climate change. Desjardins must live up to its statements and show its commitment to environmental protection and Indigenous rights. That’s why I’m asking Desjardins to refuse to participate in or to underwrite financial agreements or loans which facilitate the construction or expansion of tar sands pipelines. The construction of new tar sands pipeline projects will lock us into years of fossil fuel dependence and the social, environmental, and climate harm that comes with it. It will facilitate the expansion of the Canadian tar sands — one of the most carbon-intensive energy sources on the planet. These pipelines have also been rejected by many Indigenous communities along their routes, and forcing these projects on them against their will is a violation of their rights. Banks funding controversial pipeline projects like the Dakota Access Pipeline have already experienced significant material and reputational damage from their association with these controversial projects. Any financial institution associated with current tar sands pipelines should expect to meet similar scrutiny and opposition from civil society around the world. It’s time to get on the right side of history. Please act now to end Desjardin’s financing of dirty tar sands pipelines and stand up for our environment, Indigenous rights, communities, and climate.

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