RBC has been named to the 2019 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI), which distinguishes companies committed to transparency in gender reporting and advancing women’s equality.
December 3, 2018 is International Day for Persons with Disabilities. This year’s theme is “Empowering persons with disabilities and ensuring inclusiveness and equality”.
From the "Diversathon” to Kairos blanket exercises and meetings with Elders, RBC is using cultural education to increase awareness and earn the right to become Indigenous talent's employer of choice.
Today's younger consumers shop differently than previous generations. Strategic in the way they purchase, they're digitally savvy, socially conscious and increasingly affluent.
Alicia Elliott, a Tuscarora writer living in Brantford, ON, has been widely published and recently won the RBC Taylor Emerging Writer Award.
Lawrence Spicer has had a long and accomplished history of working on behalf of the LGBT + community. It’s a distinction that has earned him recognition globally and made him a sought-after speaker, advocate and role model.
When tens of thousands of people weathered wind and rain to march in Toronto's Pride Parade on Sunday, they demonstrated a solidarity around diversity and human rights that's shaping the 21st century.
Pride is a time to reflect on what it means to feel accepted, respected and truly included. Ketty Cédat feels it is her duty to tell her story and does so with pride. #RBCPride365
In her 24 years, Ishita Aggarwal has already accomplished much. She moved to Canada at 5, completed her undergrad degree at the University of Toronto studying cell and molecular biology, neuroscience and psychology. In her spare time she is also a philanthropist and women's rights advocate.
On June 21st, 2018, RBC celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day and recognized the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.