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Canadian Society: Cent and Ryerson University

canadian society: There they are almost invisible, according to Toronto Star. Indeed, a new report from Ryerson University's Diversity Institute points out that visible minorities make up a scant 3.3 per cent of corporate boards. But you wouldn't know it if you stepped into corporate boardrooms in this city. Put another way, only 3 per cent of companies have 20 per cent racialized minorities on their boards and 90 per cent have none. They are lagging behind profound demographic changes in Canadian society and risk becoming increasingly out of touch with their customers and their staff. Those stark statistics should be a wakeup call to corporate leaders. ( As reported in the news.