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Diversity: Sources Consulted


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Indigenous Employment

Anderson, Barry and Richards, John, Students in jeopardy: An agenda for improving results in band-operated schools (2016, January 28). C.D. Howe Institute Commentary 444. Retrieved from

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LGBTQ People

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Pakula, B. J. (2017). Sexual identity, minority stress, and the mental health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and heterosexual Canadians. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia. Retrieved from

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A Case for Diversity

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Dye, K., and Golnaraghi, G. (2015). Organizational benefits through diversity management: Theoretical perspectives on the business case. The Oxford Handbook of Diversity in Organizations. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Retrieved from.

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Wrench, J. (2005). Diversity management can be bad for you. Race & Class, 46(3):73-84. Retrieved from

Working Women

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Devillard, S., Vogel, T., Pickersgill, A., Madgavkar, A., Nowski, T., Krishnan, M., Pan, T., & Kechrid, D. (2017, June). The power of parity: Advancing women’s equality in Canada. Retrieved from

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McInturff, K., & Lambert, B. (2016, March 7). Making Women Count: The uneqal economics of women’s work. Retrieved from

McInturff, K. & Tulloch, P. (2014, October 29). Narrowing the gap: The difference that public sector wages make. Retrieved from

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Racial, Ethnic, and Visible Minorities

Ballingall, A. (2017, October 25). A majority of Torontonians now identify themselves as visible minorities. Toronto Star. Retrieved from

Bascaramurty, D., Galloway, G., & Maki, A. (2017, October 25). Canada getting more diverse as immigration, Indigenous population increase. The Globe and Mail. Retrieved from

Black Lives Matter website —

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Persons with Disabilities

Statistics Canada (2017). Infographic: Canadian survey on disability. Retrieved from

Prince, M. J. (2016). Inclusive employment for Canadians with disabilities: toward a new policy framework and agenda. IRPP Study 60. Retrieved from

Till, M., Leonard, T., Yeung, S. & Nicholls, G. (2015). A profile of the labour market experiences of adults with disabilities among Canadians aged 15 years and older, 2012. Statistics Canada. Retrieved from

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CUPE/SCFP Ontario . (2017, June). CUPE/SCFP – Black Lives Matter [Image of woman holding Black Lives Matter Sign – Toronto Carnival 2017]. Retrieved from Used with permission of CUPE/SCFP Ontario.

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Segarra, A. (2017, January 21). The Future is Accessible [Image of woman in a wheel chair] Retrieved from Used with permission of Annie Segarra.

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