Seeing Everyone: Gender Diversity Data

Seeing Everyone: Gender Diversity Data - August 22, 2022: 1-2:30 PM ET - Hosted by Statistics Canada, in partnership with the LGBTQ2 Secretariat

Statistics Canada is proud to join all Canadians in celebrating Pride Season and honouring the rich history, achievements and contributions of LGBTQ2+ people and communities.

In that spirit, we invite you to Statistics Canada's upcoming virtual Data Story "Seeing Everyone: Gender Diversity Data." This event will highlight results from the 2021 Census, including new information about sex at birth and gender: Canada is the first country to provide census data on transgender and non-binary people, and diversity of couples: State of the union: Canada leads the G7 with nearly one-quarter of couples living common law, driven by Quebec.

  • Monday, August 22, 2022 | 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm (ET). Virtual.
  • Registration deadline: Monday, August 22, 2022, 12:00 pm (ET).
  • Open to the general public. Space is limited.

Following remarks by Josée Bégin, Director General, Labour Market, Education and Socio-Economic Well-Being, Moderator and Public Service Pride Champion Jason Bett will lead a panel discussion featuring:

  • Dominic Beaulieu-Prévost, Director, Department of Sexology, Université du Québec à Montréal
  • Mona Greenbaum, Executive Director, LGBT+ Family Coalition
  • Harlan Pruden, Co-founder of the Two-Spirit Dry Lab and Indigenous Knowledge Translation Lead at Chee Mamuk, an Indigenous health program at the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control
  • Anu Radha Verma, Research Manager, Community-Based Research Centre

Please note that you will receive a confirmation and reminder email with the Zoom link a few days prior to the event.

Simultaneous interpretation (English, French) and sign language (ASL, LSQ) interpretation will be available during the event.

Thank you to all those who attended the event. The recording and presentation will be available on our website in the following weeks. The evaluation form can be found here.

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