CRRF Strategic Planning Survey
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) is embarking on a Strategic Planning process with its Board of Directors. They have hired Toronto-based consulting firm HSC Vision Group (consultants Gary Sandor and Anu Radha Verma) to facilitate the strategic planning process. The focus is on understanding what people across Canada believe the role of the CRRF may be in the future, what directions a national organization focused on race relations and eliminating racism must consider, and to help us identify priorities for the next 3 years.

To help understand this, CRRF stakeholders are invited to participate in this online survey, which will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Your participation is voluntary, and you may decline any question.

The survey is open until June 28, 2019.

The information you provide is confidential. This survey is completely online, and no personal information is requested. The information will be analyzed and presented in aggregate format so that no individual or organization will be identifiable. The results will be utilized in the development of a new Strategic Plan, and will be shared with Staff and Board Members. A summary version of the analyzed and aggregate information may be shared with stakeholders as part of the communication about the Strategic Planning process.

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact HSC Vision Group
Anu Radha Verma

Please note that there are additional ways to engage in the Strategic Planning process, including in-person consultations across the country, taking place in June 2019. To find out more, visit

Thank you for your time and insights.

The purpose of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) is to facilitate throughout Canada the development, sharing and application of knowledge and expertise in order to contribute to the elimination of racism and all forms of racial discrimination in Canadian society.

The CRRF is a federal Crown Corporation, and reports to the Minister of Heritage and Multiculturalism. It has charitable status and is non-partisan. It was created as a result of the 1988 Japanese Canadian Redress Agreement between the federal government and the National Association of Japanese Canadians. The CRRF began operations in 1997.

I agree to participate in this survey. I have made this decision based on the information I read above, and have had the opportunity to receive any additional details I wanted. I understand that I may ask questions in the future. *
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