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Race and Ethnicity in Canada

Instructor-Led Workshop
Explore Racial Terminology, the Social Construct of Race, and the Impacts of Racism

Race and Ethnicity in Canada

This workshop examines the impact of race and ethnicity in Canada and provides the learner with suggestions on how to address racism at an organizational level. This is done by unpacking terminology, breaking down the social construct of race and manifestations of racism, and understanding the social and organizational impacts of racism. This workshop will also analyze strategies on how to build anti-racist workplaces.


From employees to managers to senior leaders and executives, and for people of all identities, this workshop can help everyone perceive themselves as intersectional individuals and create anti-racist workplaces.

Primary Learning Outcomes

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Evaluate the difference between race and ethnicity.
  • Recognize the impacts of race as a social and political construct. 
  • Stop using race to identify and refer to people. 
  • Start using ethnicity when identifying someone by their background.

Agenda & Key Concepts

  • Race vs Ethnicity vs Nationality
  • Race as a social construct – Black, Asian, Pacific Islander, White
  • Debunking Race and Acknowledging the Difference
    Knowing When to Use Perceived race
  • Knowing When to Use Ethnicity
  • Knowing the Difference Between Your Own Race and Ethnicities 

Join us and take the first step towards building anti-racist workplaces today. 

Registration Details

For Teams and Groups

Interested in registering your team or department? Send us a message to discuss special arrangements and group rates tailored to your needs.


For Individuals

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