Through multiculturalism, Canada recognizes the potential of all Canadians, encouraging them to integrate into their society and take an active part in its social, cultural, economic and political affairs.
Games and puzzles
Come in and play games that will help you learn your school subjects in a fun way! All the games are directly related to citizenship, immigration and multiculturalism.
Black History Month
Every year in February during Black History Month, Canadians take part in events that honour the legacy of black Canadians, past and present.
Asian Heritage Month
May is Asian Heritage Month, dedicated to acknowledging the long and rich history of Asian Canadians and their contributions to Canada.
Canada and the Holocaust
On March 5, 2013, Canada became the Chair of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance. There are many resources available to Canadians who want to learn more about:
- Canada and the Holocaust
- Canada and the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance
- Canadian collections of survivor testimony
- Holocaust resources that are available to you
The War of 1812
To recognize the War of 1812’s impact on Canadian history, Citizenship and Immigration Canada marked the bicentenary with activities, and the development of educational resources that were featured throughout the commemoration period.
Participate in contests and awards
Paul Yuzyk Award for Multiculturalism
The Paul Yuzyk Award commemorates the late Senator Yuzyk’s pioneering legacy establishing multiculturalism as one of the fundamental characteristics of Canadian identity.