By Dave Hodson
There is an ongoing debate in Canada surrounding the issue of integration vs. accommodation when it comes to new immigrants.
When [foreign] people immigrate to a new country, there is usually an expectation that they alter their ways somewhat to integrate into the new society and culture.
In Canadian society, however, we seem to be far more accommodating than other countries when it comes to immigration, and in my opinion, we (Canadians) accommodate too much, and immigrants integrate too little.
Today, we see just one more example of how our Canadian society has become far too accommodating.
[See: “Useful Idiots“]
Rightfully, current electoral laws require that all voters prove their identity before being allowed to vote. However, Elections Canada has unfortunately made an exception to those rules to accommodate Canadian Muslims.
Despite heavy controversy over face coverings at the polls…
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