Thank you for your interest in joining the Anti-Racism Advisory Committee!

Applications are being accepted for a vacancy on the Anti-Racism Advisory Committee. If appointed, your term as a member of the Anti-Racism Advisory Committee will begin upon appointment and last for the duration of the current term of City Council (ending late 2022). This is an unpaid, volunteer position.

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St. Catharines values input from diverse voices. To encourage participation and promote a diversity of skills and perspectives, the City has adopted the general concepts of equity, accessibility and accommodation to ensure that all citizens have equal opportunity. The City will strive to ensure that membership on all City advisory committees, boards and task forces reflect St. Catharines’ diversity and demographics in such areas as gender, geographic representation, age, race, sexual orientation, socio-economic background and ability. 

Application Assistance 

The City of St. Catharines is an equal opportunity organization committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments. We will accommodate the needs of applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process.

If you require assistance with the online application form, or would like to apply in an alternative format, please contact the Office of the City Clerk (clerks@stcatharines.ca or call 905.688.5601 ext. 1517). A member of the Clerk's team will be happy to assist you.

Advisory Committee Eligibility

To be eligible to serve on the Anti-Racism Advisory Committee, you must:

  1. Reside in St. Catharines OR be an owner / tenant of land for the duration of your term (or spouse of same); and
  2. Be a Canadian Citizen OR Permanent Resident who has resided in St. Catharines for at least one year. 

Application, Evaluation and Selection Process

  1. Submit your application using this form. Applications are due by April 16 at noon and will not be accepted after this time. 
    • Applications will only be accepted using this online form.
    • Applications must be completed in full to be accepted.
    • For an application to be considered "Completed in Full" you must see the "Thank You" page, which is the last page of the online form.
    • Upon completion of the application form you will receive a notification email from the City advising you that your application was received.
  2. After April 16, the members of the Social Sustainability Pillar will review the applications and recommend an individual to fill the vacancy.
  3. The name of the individual recommended to fill the vacancy will then be provided to City Council for consideration. 
    • A confidential memo will be sent to City Council containing the name of the individual recommended for appointment. The name is provided through a confidential memo as public discussion of the merits of individual applicants could be considered a personal matter about an identifiable individual.
    • The appointment approved by Council will be published in the meeting minutes.
  4. Once the vacancy appointment is approved by Council, all applicants, both successful and unsuccessful, will be notified via email of Council's decision.