December 2019
CRRF celebrates International Human Rights Day 2019

On December 10th, International Human Rights Day, the CRRF and the Environics Institute will be releasing their ground-breaking new survey in downtown Toronto, featuring these invited speakers:

  • Akaash Maharaj, Chief Executive Officer, The Mosaic Institute
  • Jeffrey Reitz, Director, Ethnic, Immigration and Pluralism Studies, University of Toronto
  • Marva Wisdom, Principal, Wisdom Consulting


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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.

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Directions Journal
The November submission in Directions comes from Professor Colleen Sheppard, Rebecca Jones, and Nathaniel Reilly of McGill University.

“Contesting Discrimination in Quebec’s Bill 21: Constitutional Limits on Opting out of Human Rights” is an original commentary on the discriminatory effects of Bill 21 – particularly that of Muslim women.
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CRRF Webinars
Can't attend our survey launch in person?
Join our follow-up webinar for a deeper dive on
12/16 @ 10am EST

Race Relations in Canada 2019 - with guest panelist Keith Neuman, Ph.D.
CRRF Courses

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.

CRRF Community

NAJC Delivers Report to BC Government

Japanese Canadians Deliver BC Government Essential Actions for Rebuilding Community following Historic Wrongs of Internment

More info.
CRRF on-the-ground

In the last month the CRRF was pleased to attend the Pathways to Prosperity conference in downtown Toronto.

Additionally, our Executive Director was chosen as a speaker for the 40th anniversary edition of the CISANI conference in New York City. 
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 12/17/19.
Follow us on social media, join the conversation by using the hashtag #CRRF.
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