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MBA Diversity & Inclusion Case Challenge

Resources for the 8th Annual MBA Diversity & Inclusion Case Challenge

The following resources have been curated for your background and knowledge. They will be added to over the coming months. While not mandatory, they may serve as good context and knowledge as you embark on this case challenge journey.


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“Indigenous Canada”

An online self-paced free Coursera course, developed by the University of Alberta (21 hours)

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“4 Seasons of Reconciliation”

A 3 hour online, multimedia course you can take at your own pace. There are 10 interactive modules where you will learn about the history and culture of Indigenous communities in Canada as well as the history of residential schools and treaties across the country. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion.

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These are organizations that are actively engaged with Indigenous Peoples in Canada in promoting economic development and reconciliation.

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Samples: Indigenous Businesses

These are some examples of Indigenous owned businesses or those with Indigenous partners and/or beneficiaries. A couple are in the agri-food sector:

Background Information

There are two federal government departments that interact with Indigenous Peoples in Canada/Turtle Island. You can read about different topics here:

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