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the impact of collective rights on the population of jewish canadians

how has collective-rights legislation over time shaped who we are as canadians?; this is the question that im going to answer for the part of the answer that is given by the population of jewish canadians.

quade geary

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of the impact of collective rights on the population of jewish canadians

Double click anywhere & add an idea De jure, Canada has been a multicultural country since October 1971, when the government of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau delivered its "Announcement of the Implementation of a Policy of Multiculturalism within the Bilingual Framework." De facto, Canada has been multicultural since the late nineteenth century, when Jews in Montreal and Toronto became numerous enough to organize their own communal life in independence of the French Canadian and Anglo-Canadian communities of those cities.
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