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Inclusion Works 2015

'Together we are better'


This past weekend, the seventh annual Indigenous Workplace Inclusion Event and Recruitment Fair, took place in Toronto. 

The theme of this year's event was 'Empowering Performance'. 

'Empowering' means "fueling the passion to see goals achieved through purpose and action, while 'Performance’ relates to quantifying and qualifying the journey towards the vision of inclusion," said Kelly J. Lendsay, President and CEO of the Aboriginal Human Resource Council.

Among the discussion topics over the 3-day event were:
  • Championing the Business Case for Indigenous Inclusion in the Mining Sector
  • Fairness in Conflict Management
  • Engaging Indigenous Communities in the Environmental Assessment Process
  • Ontario and Canada’s Major Projects: Opportunities for Aboriginal Trades Participation
  • Recruit for Values, Train for Skill: Building Indigenous Careers in the Industrial Services Sector
It also featured Indigenous cuisine, fun and entertainment by Sacred Hoop Productions, a mime, a photo booth and a caricature artist, and lots of high level networking.

Click on the video image above to watch a video about the event, and click here to find out more about the event and sign up for next year!
 

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