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Workers with disabilities will soon become the new norm

Disability inclusion is driving the future of work in this country. You may not be aware of this, but it’s happening. And businesses that don’t...

Valuing the skills of LGBTQ2S+ people creates better workplaces for everyone

LGBTQ2S+ people, especially trans and gender-diverse people, face significant hurdles as they strive for employment, education and skills training in Canada.  Twenty-five to 40 percent...

A different approach to working with employers on immigrant career advancement

Recently, I led a virtual workshop on career advancement for a small group of newcomers. Although working in their fields, many were frustrated to be...

Indigenous women thrive in northern Manitoba tech training program 

When Brenda Bignell first enrolled in a program in The Pas, Manitoba to improve her tech skills, she says she didn’t even know where to...

International Women’s Day a chance to celebrate and drive change

March 8 is recognized as International Women’s Day, an opportunity to inspire women from all backgrounds to be positive change agents and leaders in their...

Fostering innovation in cybersecurity through diversity and inclusion

The demand for cybersecurity talent right now is growing exponentially. Globally, an estimated 1.2 million cybersecurity jobs are currently available, and many of the roles...

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