The Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia recognizes the existence of Anti-Indigenous Racism in Mi’kma’ki and its deep historical roots. They are committed to working in solidarity with Mi’kmaq colleagues, partners, and collaborators, to speak out against this form of racism and to help the nonprofit and voluntary sector in the province implement the TRC […]
Automotive Sector Council is in development of an online portal with tools for targeted safety training for one stop shopping for our Industry. The training will include mandatory/regulatory as well as mental health, labour standards and human rights.
The Automotive Sector Council is in development of an automotive preparation training course to address this challenge. This training will allow potential candidates who have the aptitude and interest for the automotive occupations to gain the industry specific skills to enter the automotive workplace. Automotive employers are challenged to bring new employees onboard where employing […]
Being color brave means having candid conversations about race that can help us better understand each other’s perspectives and experiences so that we can make better decisions and secure better prospects for future generations. Think about it. Learning about others’ experiences and perspectives is at the heart of our ability to build authentic relationships. It […]