At least most of the active shareholders of Tim Hortons are not idiots:
A proposal to create a formal diversity policy at the parent company of Tim Hortons and Burger King aimed at increasing the number of women on its all-male board of directors has been rejected.
That's just one case. The SJWs are targeting other Canadian firms as well:
The CEO of Dollarama was confronted with the issue head-on Wednesday, when a shareholder urged him to increase the number of women on the retailer’s 10-member board of directors. The board has one woman, who joined the board in February 2015. “We are in 2016,” said Andre C. Gauthier. “I think we need to improve the presence of women on boards.”
Why? Absolutely no reason is provided unless one considers "We are in 2016!" to be a valid response. It seems to be a systematic issue.
Some of Canada’s big banks, telecoms and other firms have all signed on to the so-called Catalyst Accord.
What might that be?
It recommended companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange commit to having women represent at least 30 per cent of the seats on their boards of directors over the next three to five years.
Of course, an affirmative action quota system. In Canada, it's called "employment equity". In plain English: sexism. The government of Ontario, led by a vagina-holder, is even worse.
Ontario’s Liberal government announced a higher target, saying it wants women to make up at least 40 per cent of all appointments to provincial boards and agencies by 2019.
It's strange that such targets are not set for garbage collectors or elevator mechanics.