Why Canadian Multiculturalism Does not Work

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Essay #: 065084
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The beginning:
Why Canadian Multiculturalism Does not Work
Introduction: introducing Neil
Bissoondath
Introducing Neil
Bissoondath
Neil
Bissoondath
is a talented Canadian writer who takes issue with Canadian multiculturalism.
Bissoondath
arrived in Canada in the 1970s, received his post-secondary education at York University, and earned commercial and critical success with his 1985 book, Digging up the Mountains (Busby,
n.d
.). However, a case may be made that
Bissoondath
is even more famous for his celebrated attack on the fatuities of official multiculturalism in Canada (
Dinka
, 2005). This spirited critique of multiculturalism has made
Bisoondath
a target of many who believe that he is being wilfully blind to the good things that multiculturalism...
The end:
.....turalism in Canada. Toronto: Penguin Books.
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n.d
.).
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, N. (2005). Hard questions: Neil
Bissoondath
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