January 2020
Race Relations in Canada Survey 2019

On December 10th the CRRF in partnership with the Environics Institute released their ground-breaking new survey. Full reports and data tables are now available

We thank our panelists, presenters, an audience of hundreds and all the media that attended this event. From left to right:

  • Keith Neuman, Senior Associate at the Environics Institute
  • Lilian Ma, Executive Director of the CRRF
  • Jeffrey Reitz, Director, Ethnic, Immigration and Pluralism Studies, University of Toronto
  • Marva Wisbom, Principal, Wisdom Consulting
  • Ceta Ramkhalawansingh, Activist & City Builder
  • Akaash Maharaj, Chief Executive Officer, The Mosaic Institute
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We Are Canada
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation is proud to present the We are Canada project, a series of short reports on exceptional leaders from cities and rural areas of the country. We will present each week, new images and stories on persons of cultural communities.

Follow along on social media using the #WeAreCanada hashtag.

Find out more.
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Directions Journal

We are pleased to announce that the December submission in Directions comes from Dr. Margaretta Patrick, Dr. W. Y. Alice Chan, Dr. Hicham Tiflati, and Erin Reid of the Centre for Civic Religious Literacy (CCRL). “Religion and Secularism: Four myths and Bill 21” is an original paper that discusses and debunks four myths or misunderstandings Bill 21 presents regarding religion, religious expression, and secularism.

For example, this paper will discuss the myth that ‘Religion can be put on and taken off depending on public context’; what secular perspective does this employ and what are the realities surrounding this notion?

Read more about this and three other myths in this month’s Directions


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CRRF Webinars
Jan 27th, 1 PM EST
Standing Together Against Hate

Part of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Mar 11th, 11 AM EST
Building Inclusive Organizations
Diversity is a fact. Inclusion is a choice.
CRRF Resources

Learning about Racism

The CRRF is developing an exclusive on-line program that will bring together a “faculty” of subject matter experts to create a curriculum and a set of reading materials. Learners, drawn from multiple sectors, will read provided material and participate in courses led by faculty members who are experts in the topic of discussion. 

Find out more.

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Our Clearinghouse and Library is currently undergoing a revisioning and digitalization process. Please kindly review our  Clearinghouse and let us know what you think through this survey.

Your feedback is important, and we will consider all suggested changes to the best of our ability. 

CRRF Community
Canadian Anti-Racism Action Program

The Department of Canadian Heritage is launching a call for funding application for its new program that will provide monies for projects that help fight discrimination. 

Application guidelines.

Deadline 01/13/20.
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