Le Comité D&I de CEC publie un Sondage Démographique

Avr 2, 2021

The CEC Diversity & Inclusion Committee wants to know: Who are the Canadian climbers? What motivates them? What barriers to participation do they face?

In partnership with the University of Waterloo and the SIRC Matching-Grant, CEC is launching a National Demographic Survey to better understand who climbs in Canada. This survey will provide us with valuable insights into our community and the challenges impacting Canadian climbers. The Diversity & Inclusion Committee will use the survey results to determine projects and areas of improvement for 2021 and beyond.

Help us by filling out this survey today! Your support is greatly appreciated.

For any questions or comments regarding the survey, please contact the chair of the D&I Committee at diversity@climbingcanada.ca

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Climbing Escalade Canada stands with our Indigenous friends, partners, colleagues, and climbers to mourn the loss of the 215 children recently discovered at a formal residential school. We acknowledge the indignities experienced by the victims of the residential school system and the pain of survivors, their families and communities as they continue to deal with this tragedy.

#everychildmatters

Complete statement and resources through link in bio.

Climbing Escalade Canada se joint à nos amis, partenaires, collègues et grimpeurs autochtones pour pleurer la perte des 215 enfants récemment découverts dans un pensionnats autochtones. Nous reconnaissons les indignités vécues par les victimes du système des pensionnats et la douleur des survivants, de leurs familles et de leurs communautés alors qu’ils continuent de faire face à cette tragédie.

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