B.C. Multiculturalism and Anti-Racism Awards

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The British Columbia Multiculturalism and Anti-racism Awards honour exceptional individuals and organizations that promote multiculturalism and address racism.

2022 awards and winners

B.C. Multiculturalism and Anti-Racism Awards 2022

Join Premier John Horgan and Rachna Singh, Parliamentary Secretary for Anti-racism Initiatives, as they honour the British Columbians whose work strengthens and promotes multiculturalism and anti-racism efforts in B.C. communities.

Past award recipients

If you're curious about who's won an award in the past, see past award recipients.


Nomination categories and eligibility requirements

Intercultural Trust Award

Two (2) awards are available.

The Intercultural Trust Award is provided to an outstanding organization or individual for their work in building intercultural trust and understanding and/or reducing racism and hate between communities.

Breaking Barriers Award

Two (2) awards are available.

The Breaking Barriers Award is provided to an outstanding organization or individual for their work in tackling systemic or institutional racism and reducing barriers for marginalized communities.

Emerging Leader Award

One (1) award is available.

The Emerging Leader Award is provided to an outstanding youth or young adult, aged 15 to 30, for their work in building intercultural trust, tackling racism or reducing barriers for marginalized communities. The award is provided with a $5,000 grant to be given to a non-profit organization of the youth’s choice.