RBC’s Anti-Racism Commitment
Diversity and inclusion has been a cornerstone of our values for years. We have made progress against some of our goals, but there is more to be done. Today we’re taking direct actions to tackle issues of inequity and systemic bias.
Diversity & Inclusion at RBC
Diversity and inclusion is more than just a value, it’s our strength. It’s one of the ways we bring RBC’s purpose of helping clients thrive and communities prosper to life. We’re proud of the progress we’ve made and we’re motivated by what’s still to come.Learn More
A culture of social inclusion starts with you.
Take a look at these conversations and stories that help accelerate inclusion.
Virtual Celebrations, Real Community Impact
June is typically a month for coming together, with Pride and National Indigenous History Month celebrations dotting the calendars of RBC employees across Canada. Traditionally, it’s been an opportunity to come together.
Answering the Call: How RBC is Embarking on a New Learning Journey Of Indigenous History
2020 marks the five-year anniversary of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's final report that details the history of Residential Schools. Through the 94 "calls to action" outlined within, the report launched a national movement toward reconciliation between Canadians and Indigenous people.
Speaking Up For Inclusion: Felipe Piña on the Importance of Acknowledging Indigenous Peoples’ Day
Like many Indigenous people, Felipe Piña didn't acknowledge his native heritage through his youth. His family lineage includes a mixture of Spanish, Yaqui, Apache and Navajo. But had his family claimed their native ancestry, they would have been obligated to live on the reservation.
Social Distancing Powwwow: Gathering in the COVID-19 Era
Although powwows were cancelled this year due to COVID-19, the singing, dancing and gathering didn't stop. Thanks to a few people who had the idea to move the celebrations online, an important tradition continued.
How We Can Equip Girls to Re-Shape the Future
What do girls want to be when they grow up? Studies show that girls and young women are drawn to professions that are about changing the world.
‘REEL-time’ Response for Young Cyberbully Victims
RBC's support of an innovative response to cyber-bullying is a novel incarnation of the company's long-term commitment to speaking up for inclusion.
International Women’s Day 2020: Be the Hero
RBC's theme for International Women's Day this year was Be the Hero.
Inclusion Learning Centre
We believe contributing as a thought leader translates into being a catalyst for change inclusion and an enabler of progress.
The Inclusion Learning Centre provides training, inclusion activities and videos to learn how to support diversity and accelerate inclusion in the workplace.
Conversations About Diversity and Inclusion
A collection of videos highlighting honest conversations about inclusion. Each series features individual stories from real people, including RBC employees, sharing what inclusion means to them.
Karen Bird, RBC Dominion Securities Investment Advisor, explains how she derives creativity from staying true to herself and how that creativity enables her to promote positive change in her community.
Outsmarting Our Brains
Steps to overcoming hidden biases to harness the benefits of diversity’s true potential.
Accelerating Diversity & Inclusion
Our Commitments to Inclusion
RBC is putting diversity into action to build an inclusive workplace that helps employees, clients and communities thrive.
Diversity Works Here
RBC’s Employment Equity strategies are embedded in our diversity and inclusion efforts. This report outlines RBC’s 2018 Employment Equity initiatives and accomplishments for the Canadian federally regulated businesses and functions.
It takes a great workplace for people to be their best and we’re proud that our inclusive and diverse culture is consistently recognized as one of the greatest.