Fall for Dance North recognizes the barriers of discrimination and disadvantage faced by many peoples in our community, particularly Indigenous peoples, Black and Brown peoples, people of colour and people living with disabilities and mental health challenges. To address this, Fall for Dance North commits to the removal of these barriers within the organization, and to learning to be a better ally to aid in the dismantling of historic and current disadvantages for under-represented and marginalized groups.
Fall for Dance North is committed to equity, accessibility, and diversity and inclusion in our programming, and as an employer, regardless of race, ethnicity, ancestry, colour, cognitive or physical ability, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status, family status, immigrant status, political and/or religious affiliation, level of literacy, language and/or socio-economic status.
Fall for Dance North believes that an equitable, accessible and diverse community is key to a better and brighter future. To that end, Fall for Dance North aims to bring artists, arts professionals, audience members and community partners from various backgrounds together, through dance, to be inspired and to grow. We welcome your comments as we continue to remove and prevent future barriers to participation. To share feedback and for additional information, email Christina, General Manager or call: 416-907-4334.