Established in 1989, the William P. Hubbard Award for Race Relations is presented to a person or persons whose outstanding achievement and commitment has made a significant contribution toward a positive race relations climate in Toronto.
William Peyton Hubbard was the City of Toronto's first African-Canadian councillor. Born in Toronto in 1842, he served as an elected official for 15 years between 1894 and 1913. Hubbard also served as acting mayor in 1906 and 1907.
All recipients must be residents of Toronto.
Past William P. Hubbard Award recipients.