Diversity and Inclusion in the Canadian Workforce

According to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, “diversity is Canada’s strength”. Canada is known as a multicultural nation that celebrates its historically diverse population. However, many people still face negative experiences and exclusion in the workplace due to their distinct backgrounds. To provide context, a diverse workforce is “made up of individuals who have an array […]

Migrant Care Workers in Canada: Policy Changes and Future Directions

Nicole Winger As of February 2018, Canada’s migrant Caregiver Program (CP), a five-year pilot from 2014 to 2019, has been in the news with the announcement of its current program review. At the crux of this review is how the federal government will proceed with permanent residency eligibility for migrant care workers. In conducting this […]

How Entrepreneurs Can Fix Capitalism: A Lecture by Muhammad Yunus

Rebecca Hellam How do we fix an economic system that excludes large portions of the total population? Inclusive growth has been a topic conversation among world leaders and high-profile figures lately. During his speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that businesses should hire more women and diversify their […]

Workplace Sexual Harassment: The Canadian Context

Sanya Ramnauth In the wake of a series of high-profile sexual misconduct allegations that have emerged across the United States, the issue of sexual harassment has been brought to the forefront of discussions about gender inequality. This issue is not isolated within the U.S.; it touches the daily experiences of women across the world, ranging […]