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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.
The CRRF is looking for a strategic planning consultant to help develop our 2020-2023 Strategic Plan.
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation Honours Black History Month
The CRRF joins all Canadians to celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Black Canadians to Canadian society during Black History Month.
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation commemorates Lincoln Alexander Day and his impact on race relations in Canada
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) commemorates the 5th annual Lincoln Alexander Day on January 21, 2019.
Recent Press Releases, Research Reports, and News Items
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation Commemorates International Holocaust Remembrance Day
It is imperative that we remember the victims of the Holocaust and heed the lessons of the survivors and historians
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation Celebrates International Human Rights Day
In 2018, let us recommit to the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and #StandUp4HumanRights on this and every day to come.
Appointment of New Chairperson and Member – Canadian Race Relations Foundation
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation warmly welcomes Teresa Woo-Paw to the position of Chairperson, following her recently-announced Governor-in-Council appointment.
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation Marks the International Day of Tolerance
In 1993, the United Nations, acting on an initiative sponsored by UNESCO, moved that 1995 would be proclaimed the Year for Tolerance. Two decades later, the need for tolerance is more deeply felt than ever before.
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