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Description of Publications (June 1997)
This is a detailed backgrounder on the Pearson-Shoyama Institute.
The Indispensable Link (People
and Government Series I):
This is a report on the round table concerning the role of public interest groups in the
development of government policy. (1995).
Cracking Open the
Consultation Process (People and Government Series II):
This is a report of a Round table and has interviews with interested individuals. (1995).
Consultation Ideas for
Pension Reform (People and Government Series III):
This is a report of a round table meeting. (1995).
National Unity: Towards a new vision for the 21st century:
Contains the proceeding of the first Juliet Cuenco Annual Memorial Seminar. (May 1996).
Reflections: Analyses of Selected Media
Coverage on "Minority Issues":
Fairness in media coverage is analyzed through the examination of a number of newspaper
Use Among Ethnocultural Minorities and Immigrants: National Workshop Proceedings:
This is a report of a consultation prepared for Health Canada. (Toronto, 1995).
Diversity Issues & Social Security Reform:
This is a report presented to the Ministerial Task Force on Social Security Reform. (April
The Round Table on Budget
Issues (Economic Series I):
This is a report on federal budget issues. (January 1994).
Memo to Paul Martin
and Stéphane Dion: The Budget as a Vision Document (Economic Series III):
This is a report from a pre-budget roundtable. (March 1996).
Inclusive Directory of
This is a directory of Canadian experts in various fields who reflect the cultural
diversity of contemporary society.
Canada Place on the Internet:
This a one page bulletin on the Internet on matters relating to the future of Canada.
The Hot Button: The New Bulletin on the
A one page bulletin on the Internet site on race relations and other hot button issues.
The Battle Over
Multiculturalism: Does it help or hinder Canadian Unity?
This is a book consisting of a collection of 24 essays discussing whether or not
multiculturalism helps or hinders Canadian unity. It contains various predominant
viewpoints on the subject. (March 1997).
Needs of Immigrants and Visible Minorities:
Report on a national study. (September 1997)
of the National Planning Meeting on Hate Crime and Bias Activity:
Report of a meeting organized by the Institute and hosted by the the Secretary of State
for Multiculturalism, April 16 & 17, 1997. Attended by 70 participants representing a
cross-section of governmental and non-governmental stakeholders in the matter.