Our vision is a Canada without prejudice and discrimination – a country that celebrates diversity, difference and inclusion. CCDI is proud to share with you its latest initiatives, events and resources dedicated to driving the diversity conversation here in Canada.
February 2019
Our unique and interactive conference encourages people with an interest in diversity and inclusion as much as diversity professionals to break away from the boredom of traditional conferences with a high degree of participation – perfect for those who value networking, interactive workshops and experiential learning. In 2018-19, we will be hosting UnConference in nine cities across Canada.  Read more…
Upcoming events
CCDI Webinar: Employment systems
Feb. 5: English | Feb. 19: French

D&I: The UnConference
Feb. 6: Halifax, NS

CCDI Webinar: Navigating race in Canadian workplaces
Feb. 7: English | Feb. 21: French

D&I: The UnConference
Feb. 12: Ottawa, ON
Feb. 14: Montreal, QC
Feb. 22: Vancouver, BC
Feb. 25: Edmonton, AB
Feb. 26: Saskatoon, SK
Feb. 28: Calgary, AB
CCDI Webinar: LGBTQ2+ Inclusion 101 - Breaking down the alphabet and creating inclusive workplaces
Feb. 27: English | Mar. 13: French

CCDI Webinar: Cannabis and accommodation
Mar. 5: English | Mar. 19: French

CCDI Webinar: Engaging unions
Mar. 7: English | Mar. 21: French

CCDI Webinar: Emotional culture
Apr. 9: English | Apr. 23: French

CCDI Webinar: Inclusive communications
Apr. 11: English | Apr. 25: French
Unconscious bias series: Overcoming bias for career success
According to the Canadian Women's Foundation, 35 per cent of Canadian women in 2015 had a university certificate or degree, compared to 30 per cent of men. Yet despite equivalent time at a job, women are significantly less likely than men to be promoted. They are over-represented in part-time work and lower-paid work, and some have yet to achieve pay equity.

You are invited to join our own Anne-Marie Pham in Vancouver on Feb. 14. Use code CCDI37 when registering to receive a discounted rate of $49. Click here to register.
Canadian Certified Inclusion Professional (CCIP TM )
If you are a D&I professional with at least three years of full-time experience, you qualify to become a Canadian Certified Inclusion Professional™! Registration for the next CCIP™ exam is now open. New this year: an online study guide for the CCIP™ exam, to support the reading list, will be available for purchase.  Read more…
Invisibility to Inclusion (i2i) Survey
The University of Guelph requests your participation in a survey being conducted by Invisibility to Inclusion (i2i), a research partnership involving academics, business professionals, NGOs and others committed to improving the economic and social situation of people with episodic disabilities.

The purpose of the survey is to explore how employers and HR managers are accommodating employees who have episodic health conditions in Canadian workplaces.  Read more...
Welcome to our new Employer Partners
Upcoming observances

Black History Month

Feb. 5: Losar
Feb. 14: Valentine's Day
Feb. 19: Magha Puja Day
Feb. 19 Chotrul Duchen
Feb. 20-21: Purim
Feb. 27: Pink Shirt Day
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