This is Why Canada's Best Export Needs to be Diversity

Our humility shouldn’t hold us back from elevating our role as the global leader in diversity and cultural intelligence

Why It Matters

Humility as Canada's brand in the international community served us well in the last 50 years, but given what's at stake globally in the next 50, Canada's social impact leaders must step up and be loud about our strengths as the modern world's most successfully diverse country.

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