On one of the final stops during its two-year, cross-country “Our Canada” workshop series, the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) held an open conversation about…View More Religious Accommodation Still a Struggle in Quebec
by Fatima Sajan in Toronto The difference between empathy and sympathy was at the heart of the conversation on Sunday, May 31 at the Jaffari…View More Thornhill Event Fosters Empathy for Other Cultures
Legal prostitution. Assisted suicide. Decriminalized pot. Gay marriage. Our society is undergoing a breathtaking transformation, hurried along by the influence of the Canadian Charter of…View More Enhancing our Multicultural Heritage
by Thamina Jaferi (@ThaminaJaferi) in Toronto Microaggressions are those subtle slights that occur daily for so many people from diverse communities, backgrounds, and identities. The…View More “Microaggresions”: Buzzword or something to think about?
Naheed Nenshi’s meteoric rise – from relative obscurity to being the new face of Western Canada – was fodder for international media when he first…View More In Conversation with Naheed Nenshi
by Nancy Mark Years ago, my Somali colleague Abdi Yunis and I were deciding how to help the managers at an Ottawa corporation learn how…View More Accommodating Different Faiths Begins from Within