National Aboriginal Day Reminds Canadians of Need for Reconciliation

National Aboriginal Day celebrated its 20th anniversary on June 21. The nation-wide day of celebration is culturally significant as a time when Aboriginal groups celebrate their heritage as well as the summer solstice. “For Canadians, National…

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Newcomers – Reconciliation Needs You Too

Canada’s Indigenous people are asking immigrants to join the nationwide process of reconciliation by learning about and celebrating Indigenous culture. One of the many recommendations that the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) published in their…

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Reconciliation for Aboriginal Peoples Should Matter to New Canadians

“I wanted to be white so bad, and the worst thing I ever did was I was ashamed of my mother, that honourable woman, because she couldn’t speak English,” said Agnes Mills, a former student…

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Diverse Suppliers Provide Corporations with Competitive Advantage

Diverse suppliers are winning Toronto Pan Am Games’ business, making up 20 per cent of the total supplier base. Barbara Anderson, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games announced this at…

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