News & Events
An Ugly Message: Gurdeep Ahluwalia And Nabil Karim Targeted By Racist Tweets While Hosting 'SportsCentre'»
Racist posts on Twitter
CRRF responds to racist posts on Twitter:
INTERFAITH AND BELONGING: A Civic Education and Engagement Initiative»
A New Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) Program Funded By: The Department of Citizenship, Immigration, and Multiculturalism Canada
2012 Award of Excellence & Symposium Report»
CRRF's 2012 Award of Excellence & Symposium a Success!
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation held its 7th Award of Excellence (AoE) program at The Westin Nova Scotian in Halifax on October 17-19, 2012. More than 200 participants from across Canada attended this biennial national event, represented by a broad spectrum of public, government, not-for-profit and private organizations.
A major component of the AoE is the Awards ceremony and symposium. These events provide a vibrant platform for stakeholders to present and exchange best practices in anti-racism, and to highlight the achievements of organizations committed to and working towards the elimination of racism and racial discrimination in Canada.
Use of turban in soccer should be based on the facts»
Last week, despite a ruling from the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) that Sikhs wearing sport turbans could play in soccer in games under their aegis, the Quebec Soccer Federation (QSF) has decided not to implement this directive.
The facts of the matter are that the international governing body of soccer, FIFA modified its rules in 2012 to allow girls to wear hijabs of an acceptable design while playing soccer. This was also a matter of controversy in Quebec before that ruling.
Raoul Wallenberg Day»
Yesterday was Raoul Wallenberg Day in Canada. Wallenberg was a non-Jewish Swedish businessman who took a stand against Nazi racism and genocide against Jews, a violent and murderous form of antisemitic hatred.