Multicultural Advisory Council

What is the Multicultural Advisory Council?

The Multicultural Advisory Council (MAC) is a legislated body created to provide advice to the Minister for Multiculturalism on issues related to multiculturalism and anti-racism. The council also performs other duties and functions as specified by the Minister as set out in Section 5(1) of the Multiculturalism Act.

How are MAC members appointed?

The Multicultural Advisory Council is comprised of people from across British Columbia dedicated to promoting multiculturalism. Council members are appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.

For biographies of current members and information about the appointment process to the Multicultural Advisory Council, visit the Crown Agencies and Board Resourcing Office.

Details of the council’s accomplishments each year are available in the Report on Multiculturalism

No members of the Multicultural Advisory Council receive remuneration.