Indigenous community support​

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As a member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, we’re committed to empowering Canadian Indigenous businesses to secure a better future and help deliver transformative outcomes for their communities. We’re building awareness both internally and externally around knowledge about Indigenous Peoples, and we continue to advance economic reconciliation through a diverse supply chain that includes Indigenous companies.

See how we’re collaborating with organizations and communities to provide equitable access to jobs, training and education opportunities for Aboriginal Peoples, and how we’re educating our people on the histories and cultures of Indigenous communities.

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Indspire awards and bursaries

Together with Indspire, we’re celebrating and supporting the next generation of Indigenous leaders as they build a brighter future.  

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Hope Air for Canadians in need

EY Canada teams evaluated Hope Air's operating model to support this national charity in providing free travel and accommodations for those in financial need to access faraway medical care.

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Nourish Health reach extension 

Nourish uses the power of food to build better health for people and the planet, and we’re helping them expand through ongoing spin-off strategy consulting and support.  

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Find out more about EY Indigenous community support:

  • EY Indigenous Professionals Council

    The Indigenous Professionals Council represents and promotes building community outreach, reconciliation and an inclusive culture through the advancement, recruitment and retention of First Nations, Métis and Inuit professionals.

  • Indspire sponsorship

    EY Canada is a proud sponsor of Indspire, a national charity investing in the education of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. The Indspire Awards celebrate the ways Indigenous leaders are building a better working world.

    Through the EY Indigenous Futures Awards, we’re supporting the next generation of Indigenous students who are pursuing post-secondary education in business, commerce, accounting, finance and STEM.

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  • Community connections​

    EY teams build and maintain effective, long-term and mutually beneficial relationships with Indigenous Peoples and communities – ones based on transparency, mutual respect and trust.

  • Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR)

    EY is committed to becoming PAR-certified through the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, and meaningfully providing equitable access to jobs and training opportunities for Aboriginal Peoples.

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  • Supplier diversity

    The next wave of transformation includes sustainable procurement and a globally equitable supply chain. We foster an inclusive environment that helps empower diverse and sustainable perspectives that lead to innovative solutions and positive economic impact for EY and the communities and clients we serve.​​​​​​​​

    For over 15 years, EY member firms have been procuring products and services from diverse-owned business, defined as 51% owned and operated by a minority, woman, 2SLGBTQ+, Indigenous person, veteran or person with a disability.

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  • EY Entrepreneur Access Network​

    The EY Entrepreneur Access Network helps bridge disparity gaps for Black and Indigenous leaders so they can access the learning and networks to transcend barriers and soar to new heights.

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2022 corporate responsibility report

2022 corporate responsibility report

See how we’re building a better working world.

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