Bimbo Canada Unveils Legacy Space In Partnership With The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund
Partnership marks five-year commitment to honour unique cultures, rights, interests, perspectives and contributions of Indigenous Peoples in Canada to foster an inclusive workplace
Bimbo Canada’s Legacy Space is a welcoming, physical and symbolic place dedicated to providing education and spreading awareness about Indigenous history and the journey of reconciliation. It features a mural commissioned by Blake Angeconeb, an Anishinaabe artist who, thorough his illustration, communicates how the company is ‘Moving Forward, Together’ by incorporating artistic elements from The Seven Teachings - a guiding Anishinaabe principle that supports living a good life in peace and without conflict.
This recent initiative is one of many contributions Bimbo Canada makes to support the company’s larger goal of building a more diverse and equitable workplace so each associate can fulfil their potential and know they belong. The company believes every associate has a responsibility to contribute to diversity, equity and belonging and actively encourages employees to live this at work and share back within their communities.