Diversity & Inclusion


White Ribbon challenges men to reflect on their past

To find a new way into the toxic masculinity discussion, the non-profit depicts a father reflecting on his own misdeeds while worrying about his daughter’s future.


There are big pay gaps among freelance designers

According to a survey from RGD and DesCan, increases in creative salaries have not benefited everyone equally.


For Diwali, Telus showed South Asians the difference they make

The campaign drew a direct connection to the telco’s CSR efforts.


An art exhibit is putting microaggressions on display

“Worn Down by Words” uses the power of art to follow-up the “Micropedia” Zulu Alpha Kilo created last year.

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A newspaper gives missing and murdered Indigenous women the headlines they deserve

Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto created a publication made of 4,000 cover stories.

Ikea Canada's retail locations will play host to art installations by the Canadian Library, which honour missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and children.

IKEA clears its bookcases for an Indigenous art installation

The retailer will showcase displays from the Canadian Library, a project honouring MMIWG and children, in all of its stores.


Lactalis Canada adds specialty yogurt brand Khaas to its portfolio

The dahi and halal lines are helping the company make inroads with South Asian, Middle Eastern and North African consumers.


Convenience is driving newcomers’ bank choices

An SRG report also reveals that financial institutions only have a month to form a relationship with new Canadians.

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Mark Harrison to receive ACA’s Gold Medal

The founder of T1 is being recognized not only for his success in business, but for his advocacy and DEI work.


EY Canada champions inclusivity to attract talent

A recruitment campaign aims to take different perspectives on the idea of “belonging.”


The category disrupter that’s for your pleasure

How the condom industry is nixing hypermasculinity and embracing more inclusive messaging.


Aesop taught me I’m a bad queer strategist

The skincare brand not only showed Sarah Phillips how to do a great Pride campaign, but how any strategist can have blind spots.


Muskrat Magazine tells the real story of Pocahontas

“Missing Matoaka” does away with historical revisionism to highlight how romanticized narratives increase the harms faced by Indigenous women.


Men and women don’t see eye-to-eye when it comes to DE&I

There’s still an awareness gap in understanding discrimination, finds the CMA.


Crest wants the next generation of allies to smile with pride

The P&G brand is focusing on the “powerful” moments that come from 2SLGBTQ+ allyship and support.