Under Bill C-25, certain CBCA corporations would be required to make annual disclosure relating to diversity among their directors and members of senior management. SABA Toronto endorses Ryerson University’s Diversity Institute’s submission to expand the diversity clause to include other equality-seeking groups. Read the Diversity Institute’s letter: minister-bains-letter-v10

Luke’s Place (http://lukesplace.ca/) is an Ontario non-profit organization devoted to improving the safety and experience of abused women and their children as they proceed through the family law process. To support lawyers working with abused women, Luke’s Place has launched a 3-hour online training, “Effective Lawyering with Clients Leaving Abusive Relationships”. This course is CPD…

The Canadian Race Relations Foundation is hosting a live roundtable discussion to mark Human Rights Day on December 7, 2016, in Toronto. flyer-1

In celebration of the Indian Constitution Day 2016, join the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, and The Consulate General of India, Toronto, on December 5, 2016, for a panel discussion. constitution-day

Join FACL for its first Ottawa event, an evening of networking with other Ottawa based legal professionals in the pan Asian Canadian community. Learn about FACL, its mission and objectives, and how you can participate. Guest Speaker: Mr. Raj Grewal, Member of Parliament and lawyer. November 28, 2016, 5:30pm – 8pm Location: Gowling WLG LLP…

Ascend Canada has formed a strategic alliance with Catalyst to drive true inclusiveness in the Canadian workplace. Together they will launch a longitudinal initiative on gender, race and ethnicity in the Canadian workplace that will provide insights on how an increasingly diverse workforce powers innovation and measurable success. The initiative builds on foundational work already…

The Ontario Legal Professionals Association is thrilled to invite you to join it for an afternoon of Art, Intellectual Discussion and Networking at the Aga Khan Museum on Saturday September 17th, 2016. Together with the Information Technology Lawyers of Canada, OLPA has collaborated with the AKM to bring you this unique event. The afternoon will…

The Women’s Law Association of Ontario and the Law Society of Upper Canada are pleased to present a panel of diverse women who will speak about their extensive experience in the legal profession. They are in a variety of careers including private practice, government, in-house and the judiciary. The women will touch on issues of…

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