The results of a nationwide survey conducted by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) and the Environics Institute for Survey Research confirm the reality and scope of racism in Canada and its effects on Canada’s racialized population. While most Canadians feel that race relations both in the country and
Indigenous, Muslim and Jewish communities engaged in an inspirational evening of dialogue, storytelling and performances at Congregation Darchei Naom on Wednesday night to mark World Interfaith Harmony Week. The program themed, “Our Home, Our Stories: Indigenous, Muslim and Jewish Communities in Dialogue”, featured presentations, readings and performances by Whabagoon, a
Surveys are powerful vehicles for amplifying the voices of individuals, Dr. Keith Neuman, Executive Director of Environics Institute, told a forum on Tuesday, May 24 held at the Intercultural Dialogue Institute in Toronto. Dr. Neuman was presenting the results of the latest Survey of Muslims in Canada at the forum.
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2015/how-inclusive-is-toronto/crrf3/]Dr. Wendy Cukier, Vice President, Research and Innovation at Ryerson University(January 21, 2015) – A distinguished panel of thought leaders gathered on Tuesday, January 20th to discuss Toronto’s challenges in aligning the city’s everyday realities with its motto, “Diversity