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DiverseCity Counts

A snapshot of Diverse Leadership in the GTA

Beginning in 2009, DiverseCity Counts is a three-year project being conducted by Toronto Metropolitan University’s Diversity Institute. This project is part of DiverseCity: The Greater Toronto Leadership Project, an initiative of Maytree and the Toronto City Summit Alliance.

The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is one of the most diverse regions in the world. About 40% of its population is comprised of visible minorities. Ensuring that the leadership of the region reflects the population’s diversity has important social and economic implications.


May 2009

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Skills Next

Canadians’ needs for skills training and education are changing quickly.

In response, the Public Policy Forum, external link, the Diversity Institute, external link and the Future Skills Centre, external link have joined together to publish Skills Next, a series that explores what is working in workplaces, universities, and the labour market – and where workers are falling through the gaps in our skills training system. Au fur et à mesure que la nature du travail évolue, les compétences vitales des Canadiens et Canadiennes doivent suivre.

En réponse, le Forum des politiques publiques, external link, le Diversity Institute de l’Université Toronto Met et le Centre des compétences futures, external link se sont associés pour publier Compétences de l’avenir, une série qui explore ce qui fonctionne dans les lieux de travail, les universités et le marché du travail – et où les travailleurs passent à travers les lacunes. dans notre système de formation professionnelle.