Perspectives on Immigration and Canadian Culture

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Perspectives on Immigration and Canadian Culture
Overview
Immigrants should adopt Canadian culture in order to benefit themselves and to become fully contributing members of Canadian society. However, in practice this does not always occur. The South Asian
diaspora
comprises a significant percentage of the immigrant population of Canada. The rate of assimilation among these immigrants varies between different sections of this
diaspora
. Sikhs, whether they are from India of Pakistan, seem to assimilate into Canadian society at a much faster rate than Pakistani Muslims do. Yet, Sikhs and Pakistani Muslims are from the same region of the world and share many cultural ties. Despite this fact, the differences in assimilation are profound and...
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