If you want to work with an advisor at your bank, mutual funds are likely your main option. They typically have higher fees but those cover your advisor's salary. Most are actively managed, meaning that the fund manager advocates for better ESG practices while also trying to outperform market returns.
Mutual Fund Portfolios → Specialized Mutual Funds →
If you want lower fees while not having to rebalance your portfolios, robo-advisors do the work of investing in an ETF portfolio for you based on your risk preference and also let you meet with an advisor online. Although many robo-advisors offer SRI options, only four currently have fossil-free options.
Robo-Advisor Portfolios →
Canadian Dollar Exchange Traded Funds
If you would prefer to invest on your own through a direct investing platform, exchange traded funds provide the most flexibility and the lowest fees. These funds all contain a screening to exclude fossil-fuel companies and use other ESG factors, but are typically designed to follow market performance ex-fossil fuels.
ETF Portfolios →Specialized ETFs →