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How does your university support an environment free of discrimination and harassment?

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    Canada College

    Canada College

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    At Canada College, we take discrimination and harassment very seriously. We comply with an officer, all the regulations and norms established by the Canadian government, by the Ministry of Education and the Board at Canada College.

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    University of Winnipeg

    University of Winnipeg

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    The University of Winnipeg has always placed a high value in fostering environments that are free of discrimination and harassment. This has always been very apparent in the way our staff treat international students, the amount of programs that we have that allow students to study these areas. And as a previous student myself, it was always very apparent that social justice was a top priority of the University of Winnipeg.

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    University of Ottawa

    University of Ottawa

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    The University of Ottawa strives to create a welcoming community that has zero tolerance for racism, harassment and discrimination. Ottawa worked hard to make sure every single person is comfortable within the community. All faculty, student associations, wellness programs and the Office of Equity work tirelessly to reach this goal. Additionally, Ottawa provides resources that all students have access to, such as online modules, workshops and town halls to educate, promote and ensure the equity and diversity within the Ottawa community.

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