Anyone who follows Cultural Action Party Of Canada’s writings would conclude our organization despises Justin Trudeau. We will, however, give this fraudulent PM credit for one thing: being FUTURE-oriented. How does Justin Trudeau see the future for the Liberal Party, as well as the destiny of our nation in general?
According to Mr. Fatah, a “slow and steady ghettoization of Canada’s urban political scene is gathering pace. Ethnicity, religion and tribalism is being promoted as a tool in the upcoming October elections, instead of debating competing visions about Canada’s future.”
Within Canadian society, multiculturalism and diversity function as a societal cornerstone. It is interesting to note, however, the degree of general public input regarding this transformative ideology. There has been none.
Trudeau said The Canadian-Muslim Vote had reached 2.5 million people in the past four years and noted the influence of Muslim grass roots volunteers. Statistics Canada’s 2011 National Household Survey suggests there are almost 1.1 million Canadian Muslims.
Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says he would like to see Canada welcome more refugees than it currently accepts and believes more of them should be able to enter through economic immigration programs.
A Leger Poll issued by the Canadian Press recently reveal that nearly two-thirds of Canadian citizens want to LIMIT the number of new immigrants to Canada.
Justin Trudeau’s policy regarding immigration intake explicitly states that federal immigration quotas will RISE from 310,000 to 340,000 annually by the year 2020.
Toronto police have made six arrests following a shooting at Yonge and Gould streets that took place as celebrations for the Raptors’ championship win in Game 6 against the Golden State Warriors were wrapping up.
New polling numbers suggest a majority of Canadians believe the federal government should limit the number of immigrants it accepts — a public opinion trend that Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says he finds concerning.
The Quebec government has passed a controversial immigration reform bill which will scrap thousands of ongoing applications to live and work in the province. Bill 9 was voted into law by the ruling Coalition Avenir Quebec party after a marathon 19-hour session in the National Assembly in the early hours of Sunday June 16.
The federal government has picked 11 communities from across Canada to kick off a new pilot program aimed at attracting immigrants to rural and northern communities. The goal of the program is to bring newcomers to regions confronting severe labour shortages due to a youth exodus, declining birth rate and aging population.