660. Survey of Muslims in Canada – May 24, 2016

Invitation from Intercultural Dialogue Institute
Beit Zatoun
You are cordially invited to attend a presentation on the
The Environics Institute 2016 Survey of
Muslims in Canada
Keith Neuman, Ph.D. Executive Director of the Environics Institute
Mohamed Huque, President – Tessellate Institute
Suren Nathan, Project Director – Canadian Race Relations Foundation
Muneeb Nasir, President – Olive Tree Foundation
6:00pm – Registration | 6:30pm – Presentation, Responses and Q&A | 8:00pm – Closing
May 24, 2015 – 6:00pm – 8:00pm
481 University Ave, Suite 711, Toronto, ON M5G 2E9
Light refreshments will be served.
About the Environics Institute 2016 Survey Of Muslims In Canada 
The survey reveals what it is like to be Muslim in Canada, and how this has changed over the past decade.
The results show that Muslims as a whole are embracing Canada’s diversity, democracy and freedoms, and feeling more positive about the country than a decade ago. This is despite continuing to experience discrimination due to religion and ethnicity, well above levels experienced by the Canadian population-at-large.
This survey is a follow-up to the first-ever national survey of the country’s Muslim population conducted by the Environics Institute in 2006.  In both cases, a complementary survey of the non-Muslim population was also conducted to provide comparative measures of mainstream opinions about the Muslim community.
The 2016 survey of Muslims in Canada was conducted by the Environics Institute for Survey Research, in partnership with the Tessellate Institute, the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, the Inspirit Foundation, the Olive Tree Foundation, and Calgary-based Think for Actions.
For more information: http://toronto.interculturaldialog.com/category/upcomingevents/
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