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CRRF Annual Report
Read the 2018-2019 CRRF Annual Report
Bill 21


Directions, the Canadian Race Relation’s open-access journal, provides community-based, action-oriented research, commentary, and perspectives on eliminating racism and discrimination. We are currently looking for contributors for Directions regarding the controversial Bill 21.

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We Are Canada
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation is proud to present the project We are Canada, 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.

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Interview with our
Executive Director

Many racialized workers experiencing high levels of ‘emotional tax’​

Racialized communities, as they grow up, have a feeling that because of the reaction of people to them — they feel they don’t look exactly the same, she says. 

“I don’t feel I’m foreign, but I’m perceived as foreign,” says Lilian Ma, Executive Director of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, who is also a third-generation Canadian.

“These are all subjective things. How people feel is very subjective, but they are also reacting to the surroundings,” she says. “So how can we have more social support? How can we build a workplace that makes everybody comfortable?” 

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Canada's new anti-racism strategy

Details of Canada's new anti-racism strategy, Building a Foundation for Change.
2019 Blackness in Canada Policy Networking Conference
Call for Papers

The Conference Organizer is inviting proposals (approximately 1-3 pages) for papers for this policy dialogue.

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Canadian Youth Reconciliation Barometer 2019

The Canadian Youth Reconciliation Barometer is a new social research study intended to establish benchmark indicators for the state of reconciliation among the country's youth that cal also provide a foundation for monitoring progress over time.

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In The Media
Supporting Indigenous Languages and Cultures in Quebec

The Government of Canada is investing more than $8.7 million over two years in Indigenous languages and cultures in Quebec.
‘Very hurtful to see.’

Peace by Chocolate founder says of anti-immigration billboard in Halifax.

An east Toronto man found guilty of promoting hatred against women and Jews is going to jail.

Ontario Court Justice Richard Blouin sentenced 55-year-old James Sears, the editor-in-chief of Your Ward News, to a year of jail time.

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CRRF National Conversations

Last week, along with our colleagues from the Mosaic Institute, the CRRF brought together Canadian youths for an engaging and thought-provoking discussion. 

Remembering Redress by Those Who Were There: Celebrating Those Who Stood with Us in Our Need

Saturday, October 5th, 5:30 - 9:00 pm

Follow us on social media, join the conversation by using the hashtag #CRRF.
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