WHO WE ARE

The committee is made up of volunteers from a variety of government, policing and community sectors who have dedicated their time and expertise to research and education on hate crimes in Alberta. 

WHAT WE DO

The Hate Motivated Crime and Incidents Provincial Strategy Committee was formed in 2002 to develop a province-wide framework that encourages and supports a collaborative, integrated approach to preventing, enforcing and responding to hate and bias motivated activities in Alberta.

GET INVOLVED

Find out what you can do to help address hate crime and hate bias in Alberta. Book a workshop, take part in Hate Crimes Awareness Day or learn how to start a dialogue in your community. 

Join the conversation, share your experience, and help develop solutions to address hate in our province.

                                                  To document a hate incident, visit StopHateAB.ca 

#STOPHATEAB

Indigenous experiences and hate in Alberta

As part of National Victims and Survivors of Crime week, the Alberta Hate Crimes Committee (AHCC), with the support of Justice Canada, facilitated four community conversations in Cold Lake, St. Paul, Lloydminister and Medicine Hat in partnership with local Friendship Centres. 

Read our report here.  

HATE CRIME 

LEGISLATION

Learn more about laws in Canada that deal with hate crime, online hate and free speech

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A DONATION

Alberta Hate Crimes Committee initiatives are made possible by the support of:

  • Alberta Justice and Solicitor General

  • Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund

  • Calgary Police Service

  • John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights

  • Coalitions Creating Equity

  • REACH Edmonton