January 27, 2013

Why Multiculturalism Is Waning in Canada

Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail

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The generation born after the M-word entered the Canadian vocabulary -- the putative beneficiary of it -- appears to find the concept obsolete. There don’t appear to be any data on this, but ask around: Those who are the most “multicultural” often like the word the least.

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