Invitation to Learn 4 Seasons of Reconciliation
RBC is honoured to partner with First Nations University of Canada and Reconciliation Education to welcome and invite you to learn from the various Indigenous contributors involved in the creation of 4 Seasons of Reconciliation.
This self-paced online program offers 10 modules on truth and reconciliation, which is available to all Canadians. Upon completion of the online course, you will be awarded a “Certificate of Completion” issued by First Nations University of Canada.
These resources are the result of many years of work and much careful thought – ayâkwâmisiwin (in Cree).
RBC extends its gratitude to the Kêhtê-ayak Elders (Elder Council) and to all the contributors.
Diversity & Inclusion Report 2021
This Report reflects RBC’s Value of Accountability and commitment to relevant disclosure on topics that matter to our stakeholders, including colleagues, clients, communities and shareholders.
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
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Accelerating Diversity & Inclusion
Our Commitments to Inclusion
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RBC Action Plan Against Systemic Racism
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.
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.
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