Belonging, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at St. Lawrence College

St. Lawrence College is committed to cultivating an institutional culture that values, supports, and promotes belonging, equity, human rights, respect, and accountability among faculty, staff, and students. The College has identified “Belonging” as its fifth core value and mandate as an educational institution.

Do you have feedback, questions, or an experience to share? We want to hear from you. Email Carmen Law, Director, Belonging, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion at

EDI Task Force Recommendations Report
Read the report with framework and recommendations for equity, diversity, and inclusion at SLC.
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Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Resources
Find resources to expand your understanding of a variety of EDI topics.
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SLC and CCDI Employer Partnership Guide
Access to a multitude of resources and training through SLC's Employer Partnership with CCDI.
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Faith, Culture, and Social Justice Calendar
Multifaith observances, cultural holidays, and social justice days of significance to our community.
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Pride at SLC
Information for members of our LGBTQQ2S+ community and allies.
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Belonging + EDI Updates and Resources

Red Dresses Honour Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People
Red Dress Day, or the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and Two-Spirit People, is observed on May 5th. The day honours the thousands of Indigenous women, girls, and two-spirit people who have been subject to disproportionate violence in Canada and brings awareness to this ongoing human rights crisis. 
May is Asian Heritage Month
The month of May is Asian Heritage Month in Canada. Declaration was officially signed in May 2002, but it has been celebrated since the 1990s. It is time to reflect, learn and share the rich and diverse history of contributions that Asian-Canadians have woven into society. You are welcome to learn more about significant events in history of Canadians of Asian Heritage.   
Downie Wenjack Legacy Spaces at St. Lawrence College
Helena Neveu, Indigenous Knowledge Keeper, talks about the upcoming Downie Wenjack Legacy Spaces that will be installed on all three of our St. Lawrence College campuses. Inspired by Gord Downie’s – Wicapi Omani – Man Who Walks Among the Stars – call to build awareness and understanding of the Residential School System, legacy spaces build connections of friendship, love, and kindness in reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Canada.