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Japanese Canadians


Braydon Vigsbol

on 9 March 2010

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Transcript of Japanese Canadians

How has collective rights legislation over time shaped who we are as Canadians? What are collective rights?

Rights that are given to certain groups of canadians, like the founding groups by the
canadian government for historical or constitutional reasons.
An example of a collective right is the minority language right

What legislation has established the collective rights of groups in Canada today?

Some legislation's that has established the collective rights are the Official Language Act which makes both Anglophones and Francophones languagues the official language. The Indian act and charter of rights and freedoms are other examples of legislations's. Why do some groups have collective rights and not others?

Collective rights are only given to some select groups, like the founding groups of canada because canada would not be canada without these groups. Their contributations and hard work have made Canada the place it is now and they deserve credit for their efforts. Why are collective rights important to all Canadians?

Collective rights are important to all canadians because they give groups with their own identities a way to belong. These collective rights have given canadians opportunities and challenges that help our society grow and change. Ukranian Canadians Internment

Ukranian canadains were classified as enemy aliens, and many were forced to go to work camps and other internment camps. This lasted from during the war and around two years after. Most lost all their belongings and money. From 1885 the Ukranian-Canadian Community has been looking for acknowledgment for the wrongs that were done to them.
There has been lots of memorials
and other commemorative items made
around canada. In 2008 10 million dollar
was put into showing the experiance the Ukranian canadians went though. Collective Rights
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