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Racialized peoples

Racialized peoples have faced systemic barriers that have hindered their full participation in the workforce and resulted in higher rates of unemployment and underemployment. Moreover, they were hit harder economically by the pandemic.

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Experiences of Discrimination at Work

Discrimination in the workplace has been a prevalent issue in Canada, and the problem seems…

Strength in structure

This project aims to improve the way Black youth experience and navigate the world of…
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Advancing opportunities for Black Canadians is central to economic recovery and prosperityexternal link icon

Toronto Star — Jan. 31, 2022. Contributed by Nadine Spencer, Mohamed Elmi, and Pedro Barata.
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Nation-wide training program focuses on changing the course of Black-owned business and economics

Toronto, October 21, 2021 ‒ A training program providing skills, networking and mentorship for over…
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Black African and Caribbean entrepreneurship and leadership training program (BACEL)

This project will deliver training in entrepreneurship, networking and mentorship that strengthens and supports the…
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ELITE program for Black youth

Black youths gain access to hands-on learning and paid work-integrated training in science, technology, engineering,…
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Tools and resources for gaming and digital media entrepreneurs

Founders of interactive digital media or game studio businesses who are racialized, BIPOC or LGBTQIA+…