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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP): CURRICULUM DESIGNER AND DEVELOPER REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP): COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING CONSULTANT

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Seasons Greetings

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Call for Board Members

Call for RDR Board Members

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Job Posting: Project Lead Job Posting: Outreach Coordinator Job Posting: Admin Support Request for Proposals (RFP): Project Evaluator Request for Proposals (RFP): Curriculum Designer and …

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Continuing the conversation of our Indigenous History – Truth and Reconciliation day Sep 30, 2021

Sep 30 2021, is going to be an inaugural day designated to commemorate the hardships suffered by many indigenous children in residential schools and the …

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2021 World Day Against Trafficking in Persons (1)

World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, July 30

Thousands of vulnerable men, women and children fall prey to traffickers in their own  country or become a victim of international racket of human trafficking. …

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Indigenous History Month, National Indigenous Peoples Day and Colonization in Canada

In June, we observe Indigenous History Month to honour the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada and June 21, 2021 is also …

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A critical reflection: Pride Month June 2021

Popular belief is that pride month is rainbows and parades but that understanding misses the history of political acts of resistance such as the Compton’s …

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Indigenous History Month

National Indigenous History Month & National Indigenous Peoples Day

In June, Canadians celebrate National Indigenous History Month to honour the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada. It is also an opportunity …

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Women in executive roles make 56 per cent less than men, study shows – The Globe and Mail

According to a new study from Statistics Canada, women executives earned about 56 per cent less on average than men executives and this pay gap …

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