Beyond good intentions to action

We’re serious about equity, diversity, and inclusion, not only as an ethical and moral responsibility, but also as necessary for sustainable pandemic recovery. This year, we launched our ImpAct-EDI initiative and we were proud to surpass our objectives as part of the 50-30 challenge, achieving 50% gender parity on our board and senior management team; as well as at least 30% representation on our board of other under-represented groups, including Indigenous people, racialized persons, people living with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ2+ community! (And we are almost there at the senior management level). 

We also officially became an ecosystem partner for the 50-30 challenge and were awarded a $10-million contract to share resources, promote equity, and bring the sector together in addressing structural and systemic barriers to inclusion in ways that move beyond good intentions to action.