The newsworthy story is that Canadians believe immigrants should integrate, two to one, and that they generally like the way they are integrating, two to one.
The thing about the uniquely 'Canadian values' of equality and respect is that they are fairly clear, only fairly. Some are legislated, some are not. And it is that complex and careful balancing over timeâ€”with lots of variation and nuanceâ€”that allows for a free and peaceful society.
The Liberal government of Justin Trudeau is really the first government in our history that wants to do this right, that accepts that we need to hear, and listen, and acknowledge and feel the reality of the past.
U.S. President Barack Obama asserted that North America is 'a global hub of innovation.' Now we have to make that happen.
The new guy has left the trash-talking, prize fighters in the dust. He stuck to the high road and now heâ€™s the only one standing. Why? Because he read Canadians a lot better than his experienced opponents.
This human rights scholar and advocate of international note is both dedicated to a slate of human rights issues and is in high demand to speak and lecture all over the world.
The Liberals also face strong opposition parties and some formidable MPs. After all, when the Liberal wave swept across the country in last fall's election, the stronger ones survived in the opposition benches. This is one of the strongest Parliaments ever.