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At Telefilm Canada, greater diversity, inclusion and equity are at the heart of our values. We strongly believe that the diversity of our teams is a strength that will continue to help us become a more productive and innovative organization. Embracing different perspectives, and experiences, is why we are committed to hiring employees who are representative of the Canadian population.
Below are voluntary self-identification questions that allow you to indicate whether you belong to one or more of Employment Equity Act (EEA) designated groups: women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities and racialized persons.
Telefilm Canada is committed to making a merit-based selection, belonging to one or more of the EE groups constitutes a preselection or selection asset. The information provided will be used for statistical reporting purposes and will in no way be used to eliminate you from the selection process.
For any questions related to employment equity at Telefilm Canada, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Gender: Under the Employment Equity Act, women are members of a designated group.
2. Indigenous peoples: A person who identifies a member of First Nations, Métis or Inuit. The person may be a under a treaty, have status or non-status, and be registered or non-registered.
3. Racialized Persons: In Canada, a racialized person (other than an Indigenous person, as defined in the section above) is non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour, regardless of place of birth.
4. Person with a disability: A person with a disability is a person who has a long-term or recurring impairment, either physical, mental or sensory, either psychiatric or related to learning, and who meets one or more of the following criteria: