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The gender wage gap has been dismissed as a myth by some who overlook the economic, social, and political factors that result in the stark disparities in pay between men

For thousands of years, over 1.6 million First Nations, Métis, and Inuit in Canada have preserved their lands, waters, and ways of life through unwavering resilience and resistance. Indigenous communities

The UN Global Compact Network Canada’s webinar series, “Raising Corporate Ambition for Environmental Sustainability: Canada’s Road to COP27”, is a new four-part series focused on strengthening the corporate commitment to

As a historical movement that began with the Stonewall Rebellion in 1969 by gay activists in response to police raids in New York, Pride Month, celebrated in June in Canada,

Toronto, Canada, May 24, 2022 — The UN Global Compact Network Canada is delighted to announce the three Canadian SDG Pioneers — business leaders working at any level of a

Canadian women have made considerable achievements in advancing gender equality while also dismantling systemic barriers within the political, economic, and social realms of Canada. This year’s commemoration of International Women’s

The observance of Black History Month is centered around acknowledging the pivotal contributions made by Black people in Canada. It is also a month where conversations on anti-Black racism and

Global leaders urging businesses to continue to advance action to ensure a more inclusive and sustainable future Toronto, October 6, 2021 Leaders from the Canadian business community gathered virtually on October 5-6th

Advancing sustainability through partnerships - Geoff Pegg, Head of Sustainability & Environment, TELUS Increasingly, customers, employees and communities expect businesses to lead when it comes to addressing ESG risks and opportunities.

Carbon: remove it, and know your offsets – by Francis Wiese, Senior Principal, National Marine Discipline Lead, Stantec USA and Jonathan Riggall, Director, Built Environment, Stantec UK The Earth continues to record extreme