• About the CRRF

    The Canadian Race Relations Foundation is Canada's leading agency dedicated to the elimination of racism and all forms of racial discrimination in Canadian society. Read More
  • National Conference

    Join diversity and inclusion professionals, community leaders and city-builders to discuss Realizing an Inclusive Canada: 2017 and Beyond Read More
  • Resources

    We provide credible public information and resources that support the advancement of Canadian values, identity, and the mutuality of citizenship rights and responsibilities. Read More
  • The Our Canada Project

    Constructing a national framework for dialogue on Canadian values through culture, faith and identity Read More
  • Best Practices

    Apply now for our Awards of Excellence! Read More
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  • When Sherri Kajiwara moved to Canada from Japan, she was just three years old. She spoke no English whatsoever, which would be a challenge for any newcomer, but even more so for a child who was being sent to Canada for adoption.
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  • A lesser-­known story that also unfolded in 1922 — yet one with huge historical import — involved a woman from rural Nova Scotia and the fate of over 5,000 Armenian orphans. Meet Sara Corning.
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  • Immigrant, at its most basic meaning, is a person who has permanently left their home country to settle in another. If I had to select a significant leader and contributor to our country’s business and cultural sector from among Canada’s rich legacy of immigrants, it would have to be Wayne Chiu.
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  • The sun is setting. The sky is pink and the temperature is perfect. I am standing 200 meters inside the gates of Auschwitz next to my grandfather, Howard Kleinberg. It’s been an emotionally draining and physically exhausting day for him
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  • 150 Stories: Celebrating Canada's sesquicentennial! One story every week for 150 weeks. Browse stories about Canada and being Canadian. Read More
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  • Living Together: Six symposia, organized in partnership with regional partners – bringing everyone into the conversation about Canadian values! Read More
  • The Urban Agenda: A six-city series celebrating the individual and collective success of Canadian Cities as hubs of diversity and models of inclusion, while identifying emerging challenges. Read More
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