Alberta Central is proud to announce that we are partners with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI).

Established in 2013, CCDI is a leading organization in Canada that advocates for diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI), human rights, and justice to help build strong and healthy workplaces, schools, and communities. CCDI’s mission is to build a more inclusive Canada by bringing people together and supporting people to become change agents through thought leadership, research, education, and action.

Alberta Central has been a CCDI Employer Partner since 2021, and new for 2024 we will be extending our partnership with this impactful organization to offer CCDI programming and resources to our employees.

Being a member of the CCDI Employer Partner Program demonstrates that Alberta Central is committed to working to achieve DEI success by leveraging the extensive resources, learning materials and a comprehensive Knowledge Repository available from the CCDI. It also enables Alberta Central to work closely with the CCDI’s existing network of more than 700 other Employer Partners and encourages a focus on inclusion across all dimensions of diversity.

“This partnership truly enables Alberta Central, our leadership, Board of Directors, and People & Culture team to remain at the forefront of DEI best practices and focus on continuously improving how we approach Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at our organization,” said Ben Chappell, President & CEO of Alberta Central.

Alberta Central is demonstrating this commitment to DEI not only with this partnership, but with our Corporate Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Strategy identified as one of the success drivers – critical focus areas the organization must have to support the successful execution of the overall organizational strategy – in our 2024-2026 Strategic Plan.

Alberta Central is honoured to be a partner with CCDI and is looking forward to working with the organization to create a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace at Alberta Central for all.

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