The Globe and Mail
The Globe's purpose is to make a positive difference in the lives of Canadians through our trusted journalism. We do this every day, with the help of our greatest asset – our people.
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY
We are committed to creating equitable opportunities for all employees, to enable everyone to reach their full potential. This commitment is embedded in our strategic plan and core values.
We believe diversity is the recognition of differences including race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socio-economic status, age and physical abilities, but is not limited to these. Life experiences, previous work experiences and a plurality of points of view are all part of what makes up a diverse group of people.
VISION FOR THE FUTURE
As Canada becomes more diverse, so does our audience and our talent pool. Diversity, equity and inclusion go beyond our workplace culture to embrace a wider variety of voices and content, better reflecting the communities we serve.
The Globe is dedicated to the amplification of LGBTQ2+ voices within both our pages and our workplace. We’ve made a concerted effort to put programs and initiatives in place that broaden the viewpoints readers see in our stories, and to ensure our staff represent our communities. While there is still much work that needs to be done, we are encouraged by the resulting positive change from our efforts.
As a media company, The Globe and Mail has a dual mandate when it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion. Through our journalism, we focus attention on the stories that matter to Canadians, and the stories that should matter. We also have a responsibility to our staff to provide a workplace where everyone can flourish and be supported.
Regardless of how you identify, everyone should feel welcome, respected, and valued for the perspectives they bring to The Globe. As Publisher and CEO of The Globe and Mail, you have my full support and commitment to ensure this happens.
Publisher and CEO
The Globe and Mail