When Donald Oliver was invested into the Order of Canada on December 15, 2020, the ceremony was held remotely. This meant that the pinning of the insignia was done in-person by his wife Linda. Above is a ‘behind the scenes’ …Continue Reading
Donald Oliver is pictured here with a work by Nova Scotian artist Justin Augustine.…Continue Reading
On March 17, 2021, the Hon. Donald Oliver was a guest on CBC’s The Current. Black civil servants alleging years of discrimination have launched a class-action lawsuit against the Public Service of Canada. Host Matt Galloway spoke …Continue Reading
As a Black History Month Pioneer, I sense there’s something quite different, exciting and encouraging about the way it has been celebrated this year.
What Jean Augustine got the House of Commons to adopt and what I got the Senate …Continue Reading
Sen. Oliver gave the introductory Zoom remarks for the speakers series “a Diversity Path to Prosperity for all Canadians”, on April19, 2021. He was joined by three exceptional speakers:—Sharzad Rafati , the founder and CEO of BroadbandTV Corp, a digital …Continue Reading
The Honourable Donald Oliver was awarded Nova Scotia’s highest honour on Nov. 9 when he was invested into the Order of Nova Scotia.
Established in 2001, the Order of Nova Scotia encourages excellence by recognizing Nova Scotians for outstanding contributions …Continue Reading
For the first time in Canadian history, Corporate Canada must now face, address and remove white privilege from all aspects of business. It is the next logical and mandated step in the war against anti-Black systemic racism in Canada.
We’ve …Continue Reading