The attack occurred at the Australian Islamic College mosque at Thornlie, south-east of Perth, at about 8pm on Tuesday night. Read more
They want to label China as a currency manipulator that undervalues the renminbi to help its exporters win sales in overseas markets. Read more
Information obtained by CBC News shows government officials have cautioned Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government about proceeding ahead of a thorough review.
This is important because Teresa Wat’s position as Minister of International Trade and Minister Responsible for Asia Pacific Strategy and Multiculturalism is a misnomer(wrong or inaccurate name or designation). Rather than representing a cross-section of British Columbia’s ethnic communities, Ms. Wat’s role is just about completely focused on one nation, China. This undermines the true meaning and spirit of multicultural policy as put forth in Canada’s Multiculturalism Act(1988).
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For nearly three decades I have pondered the origin, meaning and eventual outcome of Canada’s official multicultural policy. During this period, certain conclusions have crystallized in my mind, and yet at the same time, many unanswered questions remain.
It is well known that the founder of multiculturalism is former prime minister Pierre Trudeau. What is not so well known are the circumstances under which this maverick prime minister formulated multicultural ideology, and it’s eventual legislation.
Trudeau was the first western leader to meet with Mao Tse Tung, founder of the People’s Republic of China, in 1970. Several subsequent visits to China would follow, including a visit to the Great Wall, during which, to the dismay of China’s top political figures, the Prime Minister did a ballet pirouette, subsequently explained as a way to break the formality of the occasion. Read more
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In 1988, multiculturalism in Canada officially became government policy. This was the year the policy became entrenched in our constitution, thereby completing a seventeen yearlong transition from political ideology to legislated government policy. Within Canadian society, this is fairly common knowledge. What may be less …
Within the realm of Canadian government policy, an expectation exists that legislation will be of benefit to the people of our country. While it is unreasonable to expect every piece of legislation to be a benefit to each and every citizen, it is reasonable to …
Canada is just one of two nations in the world with constitutional multiculturalism, the other being Australia. Within both nations, it is apparent the true impact of multicultural policy is largely unrecognized by the general public. It is also apparent that in Canada, our government …