The ACCT Foundation works with experts in research and academia to identify and develop resources to support Chinese Canadian leaders in the community. From backgrounders to literature reviews to infographics, these resources are free to use and meant to create more context and awareness of the key issues that ACCT is engaged in.
This publication defines “Prejudice”, “Stereotyping”, “Racism” and “Discrimination”.
Over the decades, subsequent human rights legislation has eliminated many discriminatory practices in Canada, but it is important to keep in mind that the legacy of discrimination still has deeprooted impacts on the Canadian society and aects the lives of many visible minorities.
Find out why Chinese came to Canada and how they contributed to Canada’s economy and communities.
This infographic summaries that fact that visible minorities in Canada are facing more challenges in terms of employment/career opportunities.
From 2014 to 2016 there was significant demographic change as a result of the economic boom in China. The boom caused potential immigrants to stay in China and also attracted Chinese international students in Canada to return to China after obtaining their foreign degree for primarily work, and also family and cultural reasons.