Black History Month is a time to celebrate the incredible achievements of Black Canadians who have overcome barriers in a country where many inequalities still exist.
This is why we’re hosting an interactive webinar on Thursday, February 18 – Black Canadians in Leadership Roles: Challenges, Opportunities and Successes.
We’ll discuss the importance of advancement opportunities for Black Canadians in the workplace, addressing discrimination, and the impacts of mentorship on Black Canadian youth.
We’ll go live on February 18, 2021 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM ET. Once you register, we’ll send you the link you’ll need to attend.
The panelists are:
- Paige Galette, anti-racism and anti-oppression trainer
- Marc-Édouard Joubert, President, Fédération des travailleurs du Québec (FTQ) Montreal Metropolitan Region
- Webster, hip hop artist
The session will last one hour and will be moderated by Jennie Esnard, Chair of the PIPSC Human Rights and Diversity Committee.
Please note that salary replacement isn’t offered for your attendance to this session. You are expected to use your lunch time to attend this event, or use other approved leave time.
The event will be recorded, and will be available for viewing after the event.