Toronto exemplifies multiculturalism, but struggles with inclusion and equality of opportunity.
“Having diversity is interesting,” said Zabeen Hirji, chief human resources officer for the Royal Bank non-commitally. “It’s when you do something with it that it becomes powerful.”
She had put her finger on one of the biggest challenges facing this city: moving from diversity to inclusion.
As a woman, an Ismaili Muslim and an immigrant from Tanzania, Hirji is acutely aware of the difference. Many Torontonians are not.