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It’s a call to action’: Survey shows Sask. and Man. take dimmer view of race relations than other Canadians – CBC

by ahnationtalk on December 10, 2019109 Views

More than 3,000 people responded to national race relations survey

Dec 10, 2019

Saskatchewan and Manitoba residents don’t seem as optimistic about race relations as people in other parts of Canada, according to a new survey by the Environics Institute.

In the region of Manitoba-Saskatchewan, only 60 per cent of those surveyed said race relations in the country are good, compared to 71 per cent of all Canadians.

On a similar question, 24 per cent of Canadians believe race relations have worsened in the last 10 years. But in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, that was even higher, at 31 per cent.

“It’s not surprising, but it’s a call to action. We can’t accept the status quo. We must move forward. We can do that by education,” said David Arnot, Saskatchewan’s Human Rights Commissioner.

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