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Acknowledgements

The Canadian Ethnocultural Council would like to thank the Multiculturalism Program, Department of Canadian Heritage.

We would also like to thank the following individuals and organizations that have contributed in various ways to the development of this Toolkit:

Project partners:
Law Commission of Canada
Association for Canadian Studies
Institute on Governance
International Centre for Conflict Resolution and Mediation
OMNI Television
Canadian Heritage, Multiculturalism Program

The training partners:
Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Service Agencies
Calgary Catholic Immigration Society
COSTI - IIAS Immigrant Services
Djibouti Canadian Center
National Association of Japanese Canadians
National Council of Canadian Filipino Associations
New Brunswick Multicultural Council Inc.
Ukrainian Canadian Congress

Organizations & individuals that provided resource materials:
Barbara Theobalds, Office of the Ombudsman, National Defense
Canadian Heritage, The Volunteer Zone
Canadian Society of Association Executives, Toronto, Canada
Chinese Canadian National Council
City of Toronto, Community and Neighbourhood Services
Elloit J. Tepper, Ph.D. Department of Political Science, Carleton University
Ethnic Journalists' and Writers' Club
IMPACS, Vancouver, Canada
Invitation, Quilt of Belonging
Laidlaw Foundation
Lisa Jayne Galloway, Social Planning Council of Ottawa
Media Awareness Network
Raymond J. Ostiguy, Partner, Gowlings, Ottawa
Statistics Canada
Sucy Eapen, Canadian Ethnocultural Council
The Muttart Foundation, Edmonton, Alberta
United Way of Canada Volunteer Leadership Program
Volunteer Canada, Volunteer Zone
Volunteer Lawyer Service, Ontario
Yew Lee, Chinese Canadian National Council
Youth On Board, United States of America

Individuals who participated in the training workshops
Participants of the National Conference
Community trainers

Canadian Ethnocultural Council Project Team:
Anna Chiappa
Keara Dean
Ariella Hostetter