Anti-racism resources

Coast Mountain College is committed to providing a learning and working environment which is free from all harassment and discrimination. To that end, if you feel you have been discriminated against, please feel free to contact any member of the Student Services Department. 

Additionally, there are a number of community, provincial, and national organizations that can support you or a classmate if you have experienced an event around racism.


Skeena Diversity Society
The Skeena Diversity Society is a non-profit organization focused on making Terrace a welcoming and inclusive environment. If you have experienced racism and/or discrimination, they can provide you with supports and one-on-one meetings. 


Prince Rupert

North Coast Immigrant and Multicultural Services Society
The North Coast Immigrant and Multicultural Services Society was formed to offer settlement information and promote intercultural understanding. 



Smithers Bridging Committee
The Smithers Bridging Committee supports and facilitates the sharing of culture and the building of lasting relationships. Through education, partnerships, celebration, dialogue and reflection they strive to create an inclusive community between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous peoples in the Bulkley Valley. 


Bulkley Valley Social Planning Society
The Bulkley Valley Social Planning Society is a not-for-profit organization designed to provide an inclusive community perspective on social issues and advocate for the resolution of those issues. They support the Smithers Bridging Committee to address racism and promote harmonious relationships between cultures. 


Online anti-racism resources

Online racism and discrimination resources

  • BC Human Rights Tribunal

  • BC Human Rights Clinic

  • Here2Talk

  • BounceBack

  • Say It Forward

  • Foundry BC

  • Resilience BC

  • Legal Aid BC

Responding to harassment

Urgent care

BC Crisis Centre
Immediate access to barrier-free, non-judgmental confidential support and follow up through 24/7 phones lines and online services. Visit their website here


BC 211 
BC211 can provide you with lists of organizations and support services in your community. You can visit their website here