Workshops for Staff 

The Equity Team in the Office of the Provost is committed to providing interactive and engaging learning environments where participants and facilitators address challenging topics openly and honestly.

If you're interested in a made-to-measure workshop for your team/area, please submit a consultation request, and we will be in touch shortly with next steps. Due to volume and demand, we prioritize requests for faculty and staff at this time.

See below for our regular offerings:

McGill Reporter: Science fair fun in Kahnawà:ke

Published: 17 May 2024

Every year in Kahnawà:ke, a Kanien:keha’ka community on Montreal’s South Shore, students present their projects at a science fair organized by the Kahnawà:ke Education Center (KEC)....

New Policy Clarifies Indigeneity Expectations for Work Applications

Published: 17 May 2024

McGill has a new policy to support the validation of claims to Indigenous citizenship/membership made by individuals applying for designated opportunities related to employment. McGill’s approach...

In conversation with Billy-Ray Belcourt, McGill’s 2024 Mellon ISCEI Writer in Residence

Published: 7 May 2024

McGill’s 2024 Indigenous Studies and Community Engagement Initiative (ISCEI) Writer in Residence is Billy-Ray Belcourt, PhD, from the Driftpile Cree Nation in northern Alberta. His five books...

Employment Opportunity: Office of Indigenous Initiatives

Published: 3 April 2024

Position Information: Administrative Officer, Office of Indigenous Initiatives at McGill University  Brief List of Duties: 

Equitable Hiring and Promotion

Friday, April 12, 2024 13:00to14:30

How can the principles of equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) be applied through the different career stages of an employee – from the moment a candidate becomes aware of a job posting, during...

Accommodating Employees with Disabilities

Wednesday, March 13, 2024 10:00to12:00

How do you respond when someone discloses a disability or mental health condition in the workplace? What are the resources available at McGill to address a request for accommodations?...

Inclusive Leadership: Why EDI Matters to Managers

Wednesday, April 3, 2024 13:30to15:00

Are you interested in leading your team in a way that is inclusive of all your people, particularly those from underrepresented groups?550 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1B9, CA...

Emma Stevens: Blackbird at McGill

Published: 26 February 2024

As part of the Office of Indigenous Initiatives' Winter Speaker Series 2024, Mi'kmaq singer-songwriter Emma Stevens performed at the Schulich School of Music. Missed the performance? View the...

National Indigenous Peoples' Day

Friday, June 21, 2024

June 21st marks National Indigenous Peoples' Day in Canada.  /indigenousCategory: Indigenous Voices

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