EDI Dashboard | UCalgary
a partnership between the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and the Office of Institutional Analysis
Employment Equity Census
A primary aim of the census is to understand UCalgary’s demographics. It will enable us to create a baseline for change. Responses will be analyzed and support data-informed and evidence-based decision-making. The university will identify patterns and trends and address any obstacles that impede an individual’s success within UCalgary. We will use this data to create policies, processes and systems that remove barriers that impede the ability of members of the campus community to thrive. The data will also inform campus-wide initiatives to create equitable pathways to and across the campus community.
Student Equity Census
UCalgary’s Student Equity Census is a small step toward a much bigger goal of creating an equitable, diverse, inclusive and accessible university for all.
We want to ensure our university — its policies, services and practices — are reflective of and responsive to our students and our community. To achieve this goal, we first need good data to support evidence-based decision-making. The data collected is most meaningful when all voices are heard, and all students are included.
CAUT Almanac of Postsecondary Education
The CAUT Almanac of Post-Secondary Education in Canada is a source for Canada's most current statistical information on post-secondary education. The Almanac provides statistics on university and college finances; academic staff salaries and gender; student enrolment and graduation rates; student-teacher ratios; university research funding; and national, provincial, and international comparisons.
CAUT Equity Review
The existence of gender disparities in the awarding of tenure raises serious concerns about the status of female faculty in Canadian universities. Women historically have been far less likely than their male counterparts to be appointed to a tenure or tenure track position.
Higher Education Strategy Associates
We provide strategic insight and guidance to governments, post-secondary institutions, and agencies through excellence and expertise in policy analysis, monitoring and evaluation, and strategic consulting services. Through these activities, HESA strives to improve the quality, efficacy, and fairness of higher education systems in Canada and worldwide.
Statistics Canada - Survey of Postsecondary Faculty and Researchers, 2019
The Survey of Postsecondary Faculty and Researchers was conducted in 2019 to fill data gaps on equity, diversity and inclusion among those who teach or conduct research in Canada's postsecondary sector. It also examines how various diversity characteristics, among survey respondents, have influenced their career experiences. The survey was sponsored by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada.
Universities Canada - Equity, diversity and inclusion at Canadian universities: Report on the 2019 survey
In October 2017, Universities Canada members endorsed seven Inclusive Excellence Principles as part of their ongoing commitment to advance equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI). At the same time, Universities Canada committed to a five-year action plan to support members’ progress.
Universities Canada - EDI by the Numbers: Statistics on EDI at Canadian Universities
Empowering and mobilizing a full spectrum of ideas, talent, perspectives and experiences build a more innovative, prosperous and inclusive Canada. University leaders are working together and collaborating with community organizations, business leaders and governments to reduce barriers to equity, diversity and inclusivity on campus and in society.
Universities Canada - EDI stories and initiatives at Canadian Universities
Canada’s universities are committed to making their communities more open and inclusive. Explore how universities are promoting equity, diversity and inclusion for students, faculty and staff.
Universities Canada - Equity, diversity and inclusion facts and statistics
At their core, universities exist to enrich the world through learning, advancing knowledge and serving their communities. Universities Canada’s members have publicly made commitments to Canadians and adopted principles to help guide and support their work in creating a more inclusive, sustainable and prosperous future for all.
City of Calgary | Civic Census
The City of Calgary previously conducted a census to obtain an official count of dwelling units, population and other demographic information.
Calgary Demographic | Economic Indicators
Calgary is home to 240 different ethnic origins and has the third-largest visible minorities population in Canada. Learn more about Calgary's population, migration, languages and ethnic origins.