Is British Columbia Rottery Corporation (BCLC) emphasized its commitment to the celebration of pride, diversity, inclusion and attribution by flagging progress outside of Kamloops headquarters.
To commemorate 2021’s Pride Month, BCLC will also update the decals on its headquarters pride pedestrian crossing and Vancouver office building to show additional colors and designs on the progress flag.
Peter Tar Weem, BCLC’s Chief Social Objectives and Vice President of Player Experience commented: “Diversity, inclusiveness and affiliation are journeys, not destinations. We are very proud to have the Progress flag raised at Kamloops’ BCLC headquarters, which better reflects diversity and inclusiveness. Means an important step forward in BCLC’s journey for. “
BCLC also emphasized its continued commitment to creating a workplace that is both diverse and receptive, that is, a workplace where all employees have equal opportunities and are treated with dignity and respect.
Caitlin Bowton Kamloops Pride Committee President and Senior Systems Analyst at BCLC is a founding member of the company’s Pride Committee and has played a key role in many pride initiatives, including the announcement of the 2019 Rainbow Crosswalk.
“This is a collaboration between executives, pride committees, diversity, inclusion, and affiliation committees, demonstrating BCLC’s commitment to the LGBTQ2S + community throughout Kamloops, Vancouver, and the state.”
Lottery pride and diversity, inclusion and affiliation committees help support and promote a diverse and comprehensive working environment that reflects the diversity of the communities in which it serves.
The BCLC humbly acknowledges that its headquarters are in the unlimited traditional territory of Tk’em lúps te Secwépemc and that its flag, including the new Progress flag, will continue to be displayed half-mast in memory of the victims. I took note. Kamloops boarding school and its family.
BCLC celebrates Pride Month with a progress flag at headquarters
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