Anti-white institutional racism in Canada

From CIBC, a federally regulated institution:

Positions are available in technology, data analysis, web design, customer service, accounting, finance, HR, marketing or general business.

• Must identify as First Nations, Metis or Inuit
Oh I'm sure it's just an isolated case and maybe the actual individual jobs still let whites take the position...wait, what?
The City of Edmonton is committed to hiring a diverse workforce that is reflective of the community we serve. The Indigenous Peoples summer opportunity program falls within the Indigenous Peoples recruitment strategy, which outlines the City’s commitment to recruit Indigenous Peoples to our workforce.

Oh the City of Edmonton (ie. the government) is only hiring Red Indians? Whites may not apply? Isn't that supposed to be illegal? Also, not to belabour the point but this is a system that permits racism: which is to say it's a clear-cut example of systemic racism...just not to whites. Oh sure, you might say, that's just the job posted by one hiring manager, and...oh look another one!

Permanent On-Call (SSB) with Benefits
• *These positions are restricted to candidates of Aboriginal ancestry**

The VBE has been given approval from the Human Rights Tribunal for a Special Program under s. 42(3) of the Human Rights Code. Under this special program, the VBE seeks to preferentially hire Indigenous persons to a variety of positions. Therefore, each applicant may wish to provide, on a voluntary basis, information whether they identify as an Indigenous person.
Would you look at that? It even points to legislation by the British Columbia Provincial Government which states:

(a) has as its objective the amelioration of conditions of disadvantaged individuals or groups who are disadvantaged because of race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, physical or mental disability, or sex, and

(b) achieves or is reasonably likely to achieve that objective.
Except what does "disadvantaged" mean? Why didn't I quote the definition found in Section (1) of the Code which is helpfully labelled "definitions"? Well, it's because disadvantaged doesn't even appear in it. It would be nice to know how they determine this. Is it disadvantaged to have systemic racism against you? That certainly applies to whites! But we've seen now multiple job postings that forbid whites from applying: some private, some government, and some with explicit government support.

Now in fairness this so far has only applied to Red Indians: blacks are equally discriminated against by these job postings. I suppose you could use this as evidence that blacks are subject to systemic racism after all since they and whites are in the same boat and oh wait nevermind they aren't...
BC Housing is partnering with BIPOC Executive Search to ensure an applicant list that includes Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour, thereby reflecting Canadas diverse population. Applicants from the BIPOC community can send their resume to Helen Mekonen at hmekonen@bipocsearch.com or Jason Murray at jmurray@bipocsearch.com.
And just in case you thought maybe I was cherry picking, don't worry I have plenty more while my opponents haven't provided a single one.

So far too I've only been discussing explicit "whites may not apply" requirements. Remember though that an example of "systemic racism" in the past has been which military haircuts are required (and those are equally enforced). So what about jobs like this one with language and culture requirements not available to recent white immigrants who just landed in Hamilton, even if you get past the "priority consideration"?

Equivalencies that consist of an acceptable combination of education and experience may be considered.

An eligibility list may be created to fill future vacancies.

If you are interested in applying for this job, please email your cover letter and resume to GNHR@gov.nu.ca. Please include the REFERENCE # in the subject line of your email.
• The Government of Nunavut is committed to creating a more representative workforce so it can better understand and serve the needs of Nunavummiut. Priority will be given to Nunavut Inuit. Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Nunavut Priority Hiring Policy.
And yes, there are plenty of examples of this sort of discriminatory hiring policy as well.

We've discussed this before, of course, but could the people endlessly bleating that there's "systemic racism" protecting whites in Canada please provide any examples of their own to counter mine?