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The Scotiabank Women Initiative Launches New Podcast Series Focused on Resilience

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Friday, June 12, 2020 /3BL Media/ – The Scotiabank Women InitiativeTM (SWI) and Forum for Women Entrepreneurs (FWE) have launched The Go-To: Special Edition podcast series, for women entrepreneurs. The Go-To podcasts focus on resilience. This special edition offers Canadian women entrepreneurs tips and insight into how they can build the capacity to grow, adapt and pivot to transform their business.

Scotiabank Commits $500,000 in Support of North American Organizations Dedicated to Eliminating Racial Discrimination

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TORONTO, June 8, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Scotiabank announced a $500,000 commitment to several organizations recognized for their leadership in the fight to eliminate racial discrimination within Canada and the U.S. Scotiabank's contribution will be directed toward providing needed tools and educational resources for those groups most at risk of being subject to individual, institutional and systemic racism, with a focus on Black youth.

Watch: Scotiabankers Continue Supporting COVID-19 Relief Efforts in Communities Around the Globe

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It’s a unique story, our own, on how Scotiabankers around the world are thinking beyond themselves and committing time and experience to help our communities overcome COVID-19. 

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The Scotiabank Women Initiative Has Something for Every Women-Owned, Women-Led Business

Geneviève Brouillard shares how the bank is helping women entrepreneurs.
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By Shelley White

The Scotiabank Women Initiative™ has had a strong start since launching in December 2018, but according to Geneviève Brouillard, there’s much more to come.

Scotiabank Releases its 2019 Environment, Social and Governance Report

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TORONTO, April 20, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Scotiabank released its 2019 Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) report, a comprehensive review of how the bank is working to build a more sustainable future for its stakeholders – from shareholders, to customers, employees, communities and the natural environment.

Scotiabank Earmarks $2.5 Million for COVID-19 Community Response Efforts

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A small group of University of Ottawa faculty and students are making a big impact in the fight against COVID-19 by using their engineering know-how and 3D printers to produce much-needed face shields for frontline healthcare workers in the city.

Using the Richard L’Abbé Makerspace lab — where students in design courses can use the equipment and the space to test and prototype their designs — they are now making as many as 300 face shields a day as it becomes increasingly difficult globally to source protective personal equipment.

Scotiabank Commits $2.5 Million in Support of COVID-19 Community Response Efforts

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TORONTO, April 7, 2020 /3BL Media/ - In an effort to support those populations and communities most at risk during the COVID-19 outbreak, Scotiabank has committed $2.5-million to community response efforts across its footprint.

Scotiabank Announces New Parental Leave Pay Enhancements and New Virtual Medical Care Program in Support of Employee Wellbeing

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TORONTO, March 11, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Scotiabank is expanding its top-up pay for maternity and parental leave in Canada effective April 1, 2020. The expanded parental leave top-up pay provides all parents with greater flexibility to take time away from work to balance work/life priorities when it comes to raising a family.

Education Is Key to Effectively Financing Small Business Growth, Finds Scotiabank Survey

The Scotiabank Women Initiative report finds 65 per cent of women small business owners in Canada would like to learn more about sources of financing
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TORONTO, March 12, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Today, The Scotiabank Women InitiativeTM released a detailed research report – Financial Knowledge & Financial Confidence, Closing Gender Gaps in Financing Canadian Small Businesses – that outlines unique insig

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