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Jan

Implementing diversity and inclusion in Parliament

Published January 6th, 2016 By Andrew Griffith, IRPP With the appointment of parliamentary secretaries and opposition critics, we now have a more comprehensive picture of gender and visible minority diversity in Parliament’s leadership positions. How well has the Liberal government implemented its overall diversity and inclusion commitments, and how have the other parties responded to …

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Nov

Do diversity quotas work? Symbol vs. substance in Canada’s cabinet

Published on November 6, 2015 By Anna Mehler Paperny Global news Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s pledge to achieve gender parity in his cabinet made headlines, as did his historically diverse group of ministers — diverse in ethnicity, life experience, ability, sexual orientation, religion. That pledge hit a bit of a snag on Friday when it was revealed that …

4
Nov

Now That We’ll Have A Diverse Cabinet, The Arts Need To Catch Up

Published on November 4th, 2015 By  Bob Ramsay, Huffington Post On Wednesday, Justin Trudeau will announce a new cabinet made up 50 per cent of women. That example could have painful consequences for a community that’s been hobbled by the Harper Tories and is expecting great things — especially more money — from the new …

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Sep

Pillar Launches DiverseCity onBoard

Published on September 28, 2015 The Londoner London is diverse but our leadership is not. In response, Pillar Nonprofit Network held their public launch of the DiverseCity onBoard program on Tuesday, September 15th.   Pillar is the provincial lead on this national program that has been operating in Toronto since 2006. The Ontario collaborative partners include …

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Sep

DiverseCity onBoard on CBC Radio

CBC Ontario Morning | August 27, 2015 Listen to Dharshi Lacey, program manager for DiverseCity onBoard London, speak about the program and how it plans to bring more diverse leadership to the London area. Listen here

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Jul

Boosting diversity in non-profit boardrooms

Published on July 4, 2015 Jeremiah Rodriguez, The Hamilton Spectator Minority communities in Hamilton have grown over the past several decades, but that growth hasn’t been seen in boardrooms of non-profit and government agencies. One new program is looking to change that. DiverseCity onBoard is an agency aiming to train and match visible minorities and …

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