Eagle is Canada’s leading organization for LGBTQIA2+ people and issues. They improve and save lives through research, education, awareness, and by advocating for human rights and equality in Canada and around the world. Their work helps create societies and systems that reflect the universal truth that all persons are equal and none is other.
Led by The Canadian Council of Business Leaders Against Anti-Black Systemic Racism, The BlackNorth Initiative is on a mission to end anti-Black systemic racism throughout all aspects of life by utilizing a business first mindset. They believe that if corporate Canada can boldly take on the challenge to add gender diversity to Canadian boardrooms and executive suites by declaring policies, setting specific targets, and holding itself accountable, it can do the same work to create better representation for Black Canadians.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is the nation’s leading not-for-profit, private land conservation organization, working to protect our most important natural areas and the plants and animals they sustain. Since 1962, NCC and its partners have helped to protect 14 million hectares (35 million acres), coast to coast to coast. By investing in conservation, we are ensuring that our natural world remains a home for wildlife, a haven for recreation and a vital resource that cleans the air we breathe and the water we drink. Through strong partnerships NCC works to safeguard our natural areas so that our children and grandchildren will have the chance to enjoy them.
The Nature Trust of British Columbia took on the daunting task of protecting the natural riches of the province by building a treasury of wild natural areas to conserve iconic and important species at risk. The Nature Trust of BC is now a leading non-profit land conservation organization.
Le réseau des Banques alimentaires du Québec (BAQ) a maintenant plus de 30 ans. Avec ses 19 Moisson et ses 13 membres Associés partout au Québec, 1 200 organismes communautaires répondent à plus de 1,9 million de demandes d’aide alimentaire par mois. Le réseau des BAQ permet de mettre en commun des ressources, de l'expertise et des informations afin de répondre adéquatement aux personnes fragilisées en situation de vulnérabilité, et ce, de manière équitable à travers toute la province.
The Food Banks of Quebec (FBQ) network was created more than 30 years ago. With its 19 Moisson members and 13 Associate members throughout Quebec, the some 1,200 community organizations involved respond to more than 1.9 million requests for food assistance a month. The FBQ network allows resources, expertise and information to be pooled in order to better serve the needs of vulnerable people across the province in a fair and equitable manner.