This typically includes winding-up, dissolution, or sale of the company, and should also deal with an amalgamation. The shareholders agreement can also likely be terminated with a unanimous approval of the parties or a certain percentage of the shareholders. It is important when drafting the termination provision to take care that they accurately capture the intentions of the shareholders and does not allow for inadvertent terminations (i.e. using "insolvency" versus "bankruptcy", or other lower thresholds).