CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
Alberta’s government is hoping to gain an improved understanding of racism in the province; input on what government can do to help address racism in Alberta; and input on where government should focus its efforts to maximize impact.
We invite Albertans to complete the online survey by November 10, 2022.
The personal information collected through Anti-Racism Engagement Survey is for purpose of developing tools and programs to address racism in Alberta. This collection is authorized by section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. For questions about the collection of personal information, contact LBR.Review@gov.ab.ca.
Alberta’s government is committed to taking meaningful action to address racism and help build a more welcoming, inclusive province for all Albertans. As part of the newly-released Anti-Racism Action Plan, the government is asking Albertans for their perspectives on supports and tools to address racism, the collection and use of race-based data, and ongoing engagement.
This survey does not ask specific questions related to Alberta’s Anti-Racism Action Plan. However, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with Alberta’s Anti-Racism Action Plan before completing the survey.
The survey uses the term ‘racialized’, which aligns with language used by the Canadian Human Rights Commission and Statistics Canada, to describe Alberta’s diverse cultural groups. Racialized people can face discrimination.
When providing your input, please consider that people can be racialized based on many factors, including appearance, culture, language, customs, ancestry, country or place of origin, or religion.
 Race-based data can include information about race, ethnic origin, Indigenous identity, and religion.
There are three sections in this survey and a total of 18 questions:
- Section 1 – Tell us about yourself
- Section 2 – Share your thoughts on racism and anti-racism actions in Alberta
- Section 3 – Final thoughts