Award for Lifetime Achievement
Arthur K. Miki and CRRF Chairperson, Albert Lo
The CRRF Award for Lifetime Achievement was established in 2003 to acknowledge and honour individuals who promote the principles outlined in the CanadianHuman Rights Act,and who have made a significant contribution towards positive race relations in Canada.
The first recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award was the Honourable Lincoln Alexander, former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and founding Chair of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, followed by Madame Louise Arbour, former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in 2006.
The Foundation celebrated the accomplishments of Arthur K. Miki, CM, OM, by presenting him with the 2014 Award for Lifetime Achievement at the Building Bridges for Canada Award Dinner, held in Richmond, B.C. on Sunday March 2, 2014.