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Is disclosing mental illness the new “coming out”?

What mental health advocates can learn from the LGBTQA community’s experience

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What mental health advocates can learn from the LGBTQA community’s experience

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Duncan Sinclair, Vice Chair, Deloitte shares three tips for Canadian leaders on how to move beyond optics and build the inclusive organizations Canada needs.

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Between #MeToo and the near-daily stories of sexual harassment or assault at the highest levels of some organizations, there’s no shortage of examples of what inclusive leadership isn’t.


The news these days is full of stories about how disruptive technologies will change the nature of work.

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As other countries turn inwards by restricting the flow of goods and people across borders, Canada has an unparalleled opportunity for growth and prosperity.

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Canada’s history is one of bold bets and big decisions. Since Confederation, visionary leaders have responded to challenges with courageous and decisive action.


The Canada 150 celebrations brought together citizens, communities, businesses, governments, and others to mark our nation’s sesquicentennial.

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This year Canadians around the world are celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation


In 1991, Michael Porter and his Monitor colleagues released Canada at the crossroads: The reality of a new competitive environment.


At Deloitte, we’re proud to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday and reflect on everything the country has achieved.