The Inspector - English 

Dec. 15, 2020 - Aug. 15, 2021
Online

The Inspector - English


This accredited program focuses on the value and best practices for workplace diversity and inclusion in relation to language minority rights in Canada.

This program discusses the value and best practices for workplace diversity and inclusion in relation to language minority rights in Canada.

You will first watch a case study featuring the Hot Docs original short documentary film L’Inspecteur from the Hot Docs series In The Name of All Canadians. Well before minority language educational rights were in place, the difficulties in teaching French in Manitoba public schools are recalled through a story of school inspectors in the 1930’s and 1940’s.

The documentary film is followed by a post-screening discussion featuring a cross-disciplinary panel of lawyers, medical and healthcare professionals, and business professionals. They reflect on the value and importance of Canadian linguistic diversity and on best practices to promote workplace diversity and inclusion of linguistic minorities.

In order to receive your certificate of completion, you will have to complete a self-assessment test based on the topics discussed in the film and post-screening discussion.

Specific Learning Objectives:

  • Text length of individual points can be shorter or longer depending on your needs
  • Learn about the value and importance of Canadian multiculturalism, bilingualism and linguistic diversity.
  • Identify best practices to foster inclusion of linguistic minorities and other minorities.
  • Understand how any form of discrimination, linguistic or racial, is damaging for the fabric of our society.
  • Identify the best practices to promote workplace equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) of linguistic minorities and other minorities.

 

Post-Screening Experts:


Garrick Apollon, Lawyer and Adjunct Professor, Telfer School of Management and Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa (LLB, JD, LLM, LLCM)
Yves Le Bouthillier, Law Professor and Vice-Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa
Dr. Bernard Leduc, President and CEO, Monfort Hospital
Sonia Ouellet, Lawyer
Mark Power, Lawyer, Juristes Power Law
Christiane Saad, Lawyer, Executive director of the Law Practice Program, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
Marc Tassé, Consultant and Part-time Professor, Telfer School of Management (MBA, CPA, CA, CFF)
Maxine Vincelette, Lawyer, Juristes Power Law

 

 

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    COST
    Exclusive to CBA Members: $89.99
    (compared to $149.99)
    Plus applicable taxes

    FEATURE FILM
    The Inspector - English

    DURATION
    Feature film: 10 minutes
    Post-screening panel discussion: 50 minutes

    PROGRAM LANGUAGE
    English

    Viewer discretion is advised. This film contains Adult Language. This film may not be suitable for all audiences.

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613-237-2925; 1-800-267-8860 

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