The Dialogue Foundation
For a dialogue between the different components of Canadian society
The Dialogue Foundation organizes several national projects aimed at supporting and promoting dialogue and rapprochement between the different components of Canadian society.
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Ottawa, February 8th 2023 – Ottawa, February 8, 2023 – Following the call for projects launched in November 2022 in preparation for the Rendez-vous de la Francophonie 2023 (RVF), the
National Immigration Week aims to recognize the contribution of immigrants and the inclusion of cultural diversity. Celebrated from November 6 to 12, 2022 under the theme “Our traditions and our future“,
Ottawa, October 6, 2022 — Following reflections and consultations, the Dialogue Foundation is more than proud to present its new visual identity, through the redesign of the website and the
The Dialogue Foundation is located on the unceded lands
of the Anishinaabe Algonquin Nation
Their presence on these lands predates our own and will always remain strong. As such, the Dialogue Foundation recognizes that the dialogue of cultures must include Indigenous peoples and demonstrate respect through concrete actions that contribute to decolonization. As a national organization that reaches out to all provinces and territories, we also recognize that our activities and partnerships take place on First Nations, Métis, and Inuit lands. As such, this acknowledgement at the local and national levels commits us to working respectfully to better reflect their valuable contributions, past and present.