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  • State of Relations 2016

    To mark the International Day for the Prevention of Racial Discrimination, the Canadian Race Relations Foundation and the Canadian Institute for Identities and Migration (a division of the Association for Canadian Studies) released findings from a new national survey on people’s attitudes towards religious, racial and aboriginal groups in Canada, relations between communities and contact with selected minorities. Read More
  • 2014: Canadian Values

    While most Canadians view multiculturalism as a positive force, they are still uncomfortable with some public expressions of religion, such as the wearing of hijabs or turbans ... Read More
  • 2014: Religion, Racism and Intergroup Relations

    Almost two in three Canadians report they are "worried" about a rise in racism. Concerns about racism and discrimination against particular groups such as Muslims, Aboriginal Peoples, immigrants and Jews vary greatly from one group to another. Read More
  • 2013: Views on Aboriginal Peoples

    In general, the more Canadians reported having contact with First Nations, Métis and Inuit people, the more positive were their views. Read More
  • 2011: The Long-Form Census

    The vast majority of Canadians do agree that the census is very important, and even if not mandatory, remains a civic responsibility. Read More
  • 2011: Four Country Survey on Racism

    Racism remains a problem with which many nations continue to grapple. Understanding the views of the population around racism and its incidence is an issue crucial to the well-being of societies like Canada where a vast majority of newcomers identify as a visible minority and where visible minorities will constitute an increasingly important percentage of the population. Read More
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