Multiculturalism in Canada: A Newspaper Article Analyze a recent newspaper item for the ways in which it represents a site in which some of the meanings or practices of “multiculturalism” in Canada are played out Canada is the only country in the world that has an official policy of multiculturalism. This means that we could argue that multiculturalism is a key part of our distinct identity. On the other hand, it has been argued that multiculturalism is a kind of politically correct smokescreen, and that in reality Canada is still a very racist country. For example, black immigrant Wisdom J. Tettey says: Many Africans have recounted experiences where they have been told to “go home” because their expressions of their African identity were...The end:
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