About 150 Stories
150 Stories is a collection of unique stories, released once a week for 150 weeks, that celebrate and promote Canadian values.
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) has launched 150 Stories as part the Our Canada project – a three-year initiative to heighten awareness, understanding and respect for Canadian values and traditions. 150 Stories is a celebration of Canada's Sesquicentennial in 2017.
Pitch your idea or story
Do you know a remarkable Canadian or Canadian organization or initiative? Is there a Canadian moment in history that you would like to share? The CRRF wants to publish stories about Canadian values and traditions, such as: democracy, respect of human rights and freedom, multiculturalism, equity, bilingualism, compassion, civility and loyalty. To learn more, read the Our Canada Report on Canadian Values.
Stories should be carefully researched, include a resource list, and be between between 450 and 750 words in length. We are publishing until December 31, 2017.
Our Promise to you
If your story is selected for publication, it will be part of the 150 Stories
publishing initiative on the CRRF website.
- Your story will be featured for one week
- Stories are promoted through CRRF's social media
- Your story becomes part of the CRRF's permanent online collection of resources (searchable catalog)
- We will translate your story into English or French
- Your bio will be published and appear on the 150 Stories Contributors page on the CRRF website
Each story will be reviewed to assess its suitability for publication on the CRRF’s website. The CRRF has the right to reject, edit, or return articles as deemed appropriate. If your article is accepted, you will receive a writer's agreement. If your article is not accepted you will be notified via e-mail.
We are looking forward to sharing your story!