National Post View: Playing politics with terror

Does the threat of “terror tourism” warrant limiting Canadians’ mobility rights? Conservative Leader Stephen Harper would appear to think so. At a campaign stop in Ottawa over the weekend, Harper promised new legislation to designate certain parts of the globe under the control of terrorist …

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August 4, 2015– Netherlands abandoning multiculturalism

Famously progressive and permissive Holland has tried multiculturalism and decided that it just doesn’t work.  In a historic reversal, the Dutch are abandoning government policies in support of multiculturalism and demanding intregration and acceptance of Dutch values from immigrants, mostly Muslims, who now constitute 6 …

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Cancel the B.C. government portfolio of Minister for International Trade and Minister Responsible for the Asia Pacific Strategy and Multiculturalism. Teresa Wat, current Minister.

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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Multiculturalism and the changing face of Canada

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