Canadian Multifaith Federation, not-for-profit organization providing research, education & advocacy on spiritual and religious diversity
The Canadian Multifaith Federation is a recognized and respected authority on spiritual and religious matters in Canada.
The Canadian Multifaith Federation provides services, and advocates on spiritual and religious matters for Canadians.
CANADIAN MULTIFAITH FEDERATION VALUES
>>> >>> Multifaith Competency Certificate [details]
>>> >>> Spiritual and Religious Care Services
The Canadian Multifaith Federationl (CMF) provides a brokerage service for the Toronto Homes for the Aged facilities operated by the City of Toronto. In this service, CMF holds the contracts for positions to coordinate spiritual and religious care services in the following long-term care facilities operated by the City of Toronto:
>>> >>> CMF Board Members
>>> >>> Products (See: Shop)
>>> >>> Events: (See SRCAW, Conference)
>>> >>> History of The Canadian Multifaith Federation (CMF) Extract:
... In 2012, the Ontario Multifaith Council (OMC) was informed by the Ministry of Community and Social Services (MCSS) that its contract to ensure adequate and appropriate spiritual and religious care for people in care by the Province of Ontario was ending on March 31, 2013. As this contract comprises the core funding for the organization, the OMC Board of Directors took immediate action to ensure the continuation of the organization and its work to provide a valuable service to public, not-for-profit, academic and private sectors and the general public. A transition team was formed with the mandate to define operations for the next year and to set the stage for refocusing the organization (See: Vision Document). In 2015 the name of Ontario Multifaith Council was changed to The Canadian Multifaith Federation (CMF). The main office continues to be operated by CMF staff. [From 1972 to date: here]