Statistics Canada Socio-Economic Profiles

July 2018

Statistics Canada Socio-Economic Profiles

— Description: Produced by Statistics Canada, in partnership with the Department of Canadian Heritage, this is a series of 15 socio-economic profiles of Canada’s largest, fastest-growing ethno-cultural communities. The series uses 2001 Census data and includes the Chinese, Vietnamese, African, Arab, Caribbean, East Indian, Filipino, Haitian, Jamaican, Japanese, Korean, Latin American, Lebanese, South Asian, and

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Naming Racism: Speaking Truth to Power

— Description: Making Waves, Volume 4(2)L 2004. Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada. Toronto A hands-on resource for congregations. Looks at Canadian churches’ history of racism, provides Bible studies and liturgical resources, exercises to help understand systemic racism and how to bring about change, stories of how to be an ally and an outline of anti-racism

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That All May Be One: A Resource for Educating toward Racial Justice

Edited by Wenh-In Ng — Description: 2004: United Church Publishing House This handbook provides material for reflection, education and action to help individuals and congregations recognize, resist and eliminate racism. It contains excellent reflections and workshops designed to give life to the United Church anti-racism policy. Available from the United Church of Canada Resource Distribution

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The Multicultural Leader: Developing A Catholic Personality

By Dan Sheffield — Description: Clements Publishing. This little heretical book challenges the underlying idiosyncratic worldview of the modern homogeneous “church growth” movement. Well researched, biblical and highly relevant for the fragmented church today, this one should be on every church leader’s reading list and on the reading list of every seminary — church leadership

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Journey to Justice

Directed by Roger McTair Produced by Karen King-Chigbo — Description: 2000: National Film Board Six episodes show Black Canadians who refuse to accept inequality (in areas such as fair employment practices for railroad porters and fair accommodations practices) by taking racist perpetrators/institutions to court. Brings history to life. 47 min. Available from the National Film

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Crash

Directed by Paul Haggis Produced by Paul Haggis and Bobby Moresco — Description: 2005: Lions Gate Entertainment Crash follows a day in the life of multiple characters in downtown Los Angeles, examining fear and bigotry from different perspectives. Available from video stores. — Keywords: movie, intercultural training — External Links: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0375679

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Activate

Blog of the Centre for Faith and Public Life — Description: The Centre for Faith and Public Life is located in Ottawa, Ontario, only blocks from Parliament Hill and the Supreme Court of Canada. The CFPL promotes biblical principles, from an evangelical perspective, on matters of law and public policy. For more information about the

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Anglican Resources for Multicultural Sunday

— Description: Designating and celebrating the Feast of Pentecost as a Multicultural Sunday allows the Anglican Diocese of Toronto to embody a vision to recognize the value of diversity in building communities of hope and compassion as expressed in Ephesians 2:19: So then you are no longer strangers and sojourners, but you are fellow citizens

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Anglican Diocese of Toronto Church Planting Canada

Church Planting In terms of the Great Commission, we have a Christian duty to share Christ with the world. That duty involves the sacrament of baptism and the Christian process of discipleship within worshipping and gathered Christian communities. It is in this sense that we stand within a historical Church that has found its expression

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Canada’s Ethnocultural Mosaic, 2006 Census

Published by authority of the Minister responsible for Statistics Canada © Minister of Industry, 2008 — Description: This report examines the ethnic origins of Canada’s population using data from the 2006 Census. It also provides information on the nation’s visible minority population. Each wave of immigration to Canada has increased the ethnocultural diversity of the

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