2013 CAP Projects

City of Thunder Bay Anti-Racism Committee

The City of Thunder Bay is embracing and promoting respect., an initiative developed and practiced by students and staff at Confederation College. Develop a program to extend the respect. campaign to the Education sector in 2013 and an enhanced celebration for the 2013 International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (March 21, 2013) with


The Ontario Native Women’s Association

Co-led by ONWA and the Ontario Aboriginal HIV/Aids Strategy, the recently struck “Aboriginal women involved in the sex trade “committee seeks to facilitate an Aboriginal driven and coordinated response to the Aboriginal sex trade in Thunder Bay and the surrounding area. Key activities of the committee include facilitating partnership and relationship building, identifying potential sources


Boys and Girls Club

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Thunder Bay is pleased to announce the implementation of the new “Be Active!” program, targeted specifically towards at-risk youth from the community. The “Be Active!” program will offer at-risk youth the opportunity to step outside of their comfort zone by exploring and understanding various community issues. The program will