56) More than 350 were funded based on recommendations made by CESAC alone.
Government officials, with the aid of the CESAC, promoted, administered, modified, and defended the Program.
CESAC and program officials from the beginning defined "ethnic studies" broadly to include studies of immigrants--even British ones, Anglophones in Quebec, Francophones outside of Quebec, Anglo-Saxon groups such as the Scots, Irish, and Welsh, and Aboriginal Peoples--status and non-status Indians, Metis, and Inuit.
Briefing Notes re CESAC, Multiculturalism Sector, 3238-2, vol.
CESAC Minutes, 1-2 September 1982, Multiculturalism Sector, 3238-2, vol.
CESAC, "Working Paper on Multicultural Policy, February 1985, Multiculturalism Sector, 323 8-2, vol.
Briefing Notes re CESAC, 17 April 1985, Multiculturalism Sector, 3238-2, vol.