In 2016, through a Multiculturalism grant, 400 high school students in four different cities participated in a day of workshops designed to discuss racism, discrimination, Reconciliation and what it means to be Canadian. This model is extended to six cities and through partnerships with local school boards and community organizations, bring students to network together to discuss their local challenges/opportunities and develop a core of best practices.
Calgary: TBD 2019 - In partnership with the Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation
Montreal: TBD 2019 - In partnership with The Centre for Civic Religious Literacy
Saskatchewan: TBD 2019 - Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan
1. Moncton: February 22, 2019 - In partnership with Harmony Movement
2. Hamilton: March 20, 2019 - In partnership with Chris D’Souza
3. York Region: November 2018 – February 2019 - In partnership with Centre for Immigrant and Community Services