Scotiabank: Confluence of Veterans, Women of Influence and Leadership Development in the Great Outdoors
When Gillian Riley, an EVP at Scotiabank, joined a 10-day hiking and rafting adventure organized by True Patriot Love, a charitable foundation supporting Canadian military families, she knew she would have the opportunity to mentor ill and injured veterans trying to build meaningful careers in the civilian world. She quickly realized that the mentorship went both ways.
Organizers improve on past performance to earn gold level certification from the Council for Responsible Sport for Social and Environmental Initiatives
Eugene, OR — The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon (STWM), held October 16, 2016 and hosted by Canada Running Series, has achieved Gold Level Certification from the Council for Responsible Sport (Council) by improving performance from its first certification effort (silver) in 2015. Organizers earned credit on 45 of the best practice standards offered in the Council’s certification program for social and environmental responsibility at sporting events, up from 38 achieved in 2015.
Gender equality remains a global issue and achieving equality requires an inclusive approach. Scotiabank is supporting the UN Women Solidarity Movement, HeForShe, with their efforts towards gender equality as one way for employees to advocate inclusion.
In an open field in Lima, Peru, beside a tall hill lined with buildings, victory has just slipped out of reach for the young soccer player.
His goals hadn’t counted. He’d broken the rule of passing to two teammates before scoring. In this game of futbol (as the game is known in Spanish), winning is more about how you play than who gets the most goals.
Canadian teams include Toronto FC and Vancouver Whitecaps FC
TORONTO, Aug. 9, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Two teams of young Canadian soccer players will have the unique opportunity of traveling to Toluca, Mexico to participate in the Scotiabank CONCACAF Under-13 Champions League tournament, August 5 to 12.
Diversity & Inclusion in the corporate setting has long evolved from solely celebrating our differences to building the business case for Diversity & Inclusion. Diversity & Inclusion is one of Scotiabank’s Corporate Social Responsibility priorities, as part of the CSR strategy, Better Future, Better Off