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Employment Equity – Voluntary Self-Identification Questionnaire

NB Power is committed to the principles outlined in the Employment Equity Act with regards to designated groups. Please check the boxes that apply to you. Please note that you may declare in one or more of the designated groups. Your response to this questionnaire is voluntary.

The information contained in this questionnaire will be held in the strictest of confidence and is accessible only to personnel in the People and Culture department. The information is being collected for resourcing and summarized statistical purposes. The information collected will also be used to inform and seek/request participation in programs and services. To provide clarification, the definitions provided below originate from the Employment Equity Act as well as the provincial Equal Employment Opportunity Program. The Act includes the designated groups below, because they have faced – and continue to face – barriers to employment.

A person with disabilities is a person with a long-term or recurring physical, mental, sensory, psychiatric or learning impairment and includes a person whose functional limitations owing to their impairment have been accommodated in their current job or workplace.
An Aboriginal person is a North American Indian, a member of a First Nation, Metis, or Inuit who identifies with the Aboriginal community culturally and/or linguistically.
  • An Aboriginal person may have treaty status, be non-status, registered or non-registered Indian.
  • Metis are people who have Aboriginal ancestry, who self-identify as Metis, and who are recognized by the Metis Nations.
  • Inuit are the Aboriginal inhabitants of Northern Canada.
Members of visible minorities are persons, other than Aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race. Some people who are members of a visible minority group were born in Canada; others have come here from other countries.


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