Paying For Our Own Demise: Funding “Multicult” Canada
By Brad Salzberg
In 1988, multiculturalism in Canada officially became government policy.
This was the year the policy became entrenched in our constitution, thereby completing a seventeen- year- long transition from political ideology to legislated government policy.
Within Canadian society, this is fairly common knowledge. What may be less well known is that on an international scale, constitutionally-based multiculturalism … is a rarity.
In fact, only two nations in the world have such a policy—Canada (35,000,000 people) and Australia (23,000,000). While many countries promote the concept of diversity, a mere (1%) of the world’s nations are officially multicultural.
At present, Canada has the highest per-capita immigration rates in the world. In conjunction with legislated multiculturalism, the impact upon our nation has been profound— so profound, it is arguable the long-term result will be a complete re-invention (transformation) of
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