An examination by experts in the field regarding Canadian attitudes. What can survey results tell us about integration, cohesion, and social harmony? What are the implications for health and vibrancy of the various communities in Canada? Join our pollsters and statisticians to find out!
A public policy analyst, Shachi Kurl directs research, communications, partner development and operations at the Angus Reid Institute. She brings 15 years of experience to her role, spending the first part of her career as political reporter and as a representative for the small business community. Shachi is a recipient of the prestigious Jack Webster award for Best TV Reporting. A frequent columnist and commentator, she holds a degree in Journalism and Political Science from Carleton University in Ottawa and serves on the boards of the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation and the CKNW Orphans’ Fund.
Keith Neuman, is Executive Director of the Environics Institute for Survey Research, a non-profit research organization that promotes public opinion and social research on important issues of public policy and social change in Canada. Over the past three decades, he has directed landmark studies focusing on under-researched segments of the population (e.g., Indigenous Peoples, Muslims, Black people), as well as general public opinion studies on such topics as citizenship, democracy, climate change and multiculturalism.He is a frequent media commentator on social trends and public opinion.
Warren Silver is the National Training Officer for the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics at Statistics Canada. As a former police officer, Warren oversaw the police and community consultations and implementation of a program at Statistics Canada to identify and collect data on hate-motivated crimes. Over the last ten years, Warren has had the pleasure of instructing police on hate crime training and data collection in all Canadian provinces, and has presented on this subject both nationally and internationally. Warren has authored several reports and continues to act as media spokesperson on hate-motivated crime.