Given Premier Wynne’s firm commitment to making the province a great place to live and work for all citizens including members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-identified (LGBT) community, we are extremely honoured to have her speak at our event.”
International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) is held worldwide each year on May 17th.
Help us celebrate the achievements of leading Canadian employers in the area of LGBT workplace diversity and inclusion
Cineplex becomes Pride at Work Canada’s first Partner from the entertainment sector.
Pride at Work Canada would like to congratulate McCarthy Tétrault on being the first Canadian law firm to appoint Chief Diversity and Engagement Officer! Read the full press release here.
A special guest blog on Ontario’s amended Human Rights Code discusses potential impacts on employers in the areas of gender identity and expression.
Last month, Pride at Work Canada together with our Partner Women’s College Hospital (WCH) hosted the first ever roundtable in Toronto to help create fully inclusive workplaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-identified (LGBT) staff, physicians and volunteers in the healthcare sector. The event took place on Nov. 21 and …
In the 2nd Annual Leaders to Be Proud of Awards, Brent Chamberlain Named LGBTQ Workplace Advocate. The award was presented live on September 6th, 2012 Pride at Work Canada is delighted to announce that Brent Chamberlain, Executive Director of Pride at Work Canada, has been named the Leaders to be …
Pride at Work Canada will host its fourth annual Professional Pride (ProPRIDE) celebration in Calgary on Thursday, August 30th. What started as a small gathering of several dozen lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-identified (LGBT) business people on the eve of Calgary’s Pride celebrations, has now grown into a landmark event …