• Sociology
  • Published 2000

Multiculturalism and Citizenship: The Status of "Visible Minorities" in Canada

@inproceedings{Jones2000MulticulturalismAC,
  title={Multiculturalism and Citizenship: The Status of "Visible Minorities" in Canada},
  author={Beryle Mae Jones},
  year={2000}
}
ABSTRACT/RESUME It is never a strongly contested view that Canada has "grown up" as a multicultural society. Canada's dynamic process of growth in ethnocultural relations has largely been influenced by three principal forces -- the indigenous peoples, variegated patterns of immigration, and the accommodation of minority nationalities. For the most part, multiculturalism has been distinguished by peaceful social co-existence, underpinned by experience in collective problem solving and passionate… CONTINUE READING

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