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When entrepreneurship programs do consider inclusion, most focus on gender without considering age, ethnicity, race or other identity factors. (Shutterstock)

How entrepreneurship education can be more inclusive

A toolkit for inclusive entrepreneurship education and training was developed with input from a 19-country panel of entrepreneurship educators.
A woman fills up her vehicle with gas in Toronto in 2019. Governments the world over are stuck between being accused of doing nothing to address climate change or taking actions which often incur a political backlash. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Christopher Katsarov

Climate change solutions require collaboration between politicians, scientists and entrepreneurs

We look to politicians to provide climate change solutions, but there is only so much they can do. Beyond regulation, governments should remember the key role they play in promoting innovation.
Increasing inclusivity in entrepreneurship will foster more equitable economic participation across the board. (Shutterstock)

How Canada can make its startup ecosystem more inclusive

Increasing entrepreneurship among women and racialized people calls for the development of more inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Squamish Nation councillor Khelsilem hold a ceremonial paddle after a groundbreaking ceremony at the First Nation’s Sen̓áḵw housing development site in Vancouver in September 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

First Nations are using ‘creative disruption’ to foster economic growth in their communities

By starting their own entrepreneurial and developmental projects, First Nations are working toward economic prosperity for their communities and furthering reconciliation.

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