Aligned to our commitment to address systemic racism and promote social justice, MLSE seeks to foster supplier relationships united in shared values of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI). For us, this means that we seek relationships with companies who have demonstrated their commitment to EDI by putting policies and programs in place to create opportunities for those who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Colour, Women, LGBTQ2S+ or other underrepresented groups. To this end, MLSE has documented a Supplier Code of Conduct (SCC) Policy integrating our EDI commitments and as well, our adherence to Labour Laws & Human Rights Legislation, Ethical Business Practices, Record Retention, the Environment and Community Involvement. Through our SCC Policy, we not only communicate our intent to do our part to eliminate barriers, but we also invite our suppliers on the journey toward creating a more inclusive environment.
MLSE is committed to tracking the diversity of its supplier base on a quarterly basis and striving towards improving its diversity, year over year, to be more inclusive and representative of our diverse fans and community.
To strengthen our commitment to supplier diversity, in April 2021, MLSE joined as a corporate member of the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC), the Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) and the Canadian Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (CGLCC) as part of its efforts towards establishing and improving its Supplier Diversity Program. Through CAMSC, WBE and CGLCC, privately owned businesses can become certified suppliers if they are 51% owned and operated by individuals who identify as an Aboriginal or minority, as female or as a member of the LGBTQ2S+ community, respectively. If you would like to inquire about obtaining your certified diverse supplier certification with any of these organizations, please click on the applicable link/logo found below.
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