Self-Identification Questionnaire (Optional)
This cultural information is requested by our various government funders. No decision affecting your application to the Film Program will be made on the basis of this data. Although you’re not required to complete this form, we hope you will do so. Thank you.
Note: The definitions used here were developed for the purposes of the Federal Employment Equity Act and the Federal Contractors Program. Please note that you may self-identify in more than one category.
Members of a visible minority are persons in Canada, other than Aboriginal peoples, who identify themselves to be non-white in colour or of a non-Caucasian racial origin. Members of ethnic or national groups such as Portuguese, Italian, Greek, etc., are not considered to be racially visible.
B. Persons with Disabilities
Physical disabilities can be visible or non-visible and can include any degree of paralysis, amputation, lack of physical coordination, blindness or visual impairment, deafness or hearing impairment, muteness or speech impairment, or necessary use of a guide dog, wheelchair or other appliances or devices. Learning, mental or psychiatric disabilities can include learning or comprehension incapacities which are significant and persistent.