Diversity Leadership Award
The Alberta Human Rights Commission partners with the Alberta Chambers of Commerce to offer the Alberta Human Rights Commission Diversity Leadership Award of Distinction as part of the Alberta Chambers of Commerce Alberta Business Awards of Distinction.
The award recognizes and honours organizations that embrace diversity in their workforce, encourage respect and inclusion, and are working toward eliminating discrimination and barriers to fair employment practices. Businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and public sector organizations are all eligible to apply.
Applications are submitted annually online between mid September and mid November. You can read more about the award.
Recipients - Diversity Leadership Award of Distinction
2017 NorQuest College, Edmonton
2016 DynaLIFEDX, Edmonton
2015 Prospect Human Services, Calgary and Westcan Bulk Transport, Edmonton
2014 Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
2013 Chrysalis: An Alberta Society for Citizens with Disabilities, Calgary and Edmonton
2012 No recipient awarded
2011 Ghost River Rediscovery Society, Calgary
2010 Canadian Pacific Railway, Calgary
2009 Western Canada Operations of Frito Lay Canada, Lethbridge and Taber
2008 Youth Emergency Shelter Society, Edmonton
2007 Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Edmonton
2006 Bear Slashing Ltd., Bonnyville and Canterra Suites Executive Hotel, Edmonton
2005 Husky Energy Limited, Calgary
2004 Syncrude Canada Ltd., Fort McMurrary
Revised: April 11, 2017
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