Introduction: Multiculturalism Discourses in Canada

  title={Introduction: Multiculturalism Discourses in Canada},
  author={Joe Garcea and Anna Kirova and Lloyd L. Wong},
  journal={Canadian Ethnic Studies},
  pages={1 - 10}
CONTEXT AND FOCUS The management of ethnocultural diversity is a major governance function in most countries in the world today, and Canada is no exception. In most of these countries various approaches to diversity management have been highly scrutinized and debated in the media and in the academic literature. One of the approaches that has received extensive attention has been multiculturalism. In Canada multiculturalism, both in terms of public philosophy and public policy, has been the… 
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