‘A work in progress’: after 50 years Canada’s multiculturalism policy a ‘model,’ but must shift to ‘dismantling’ discrimination, say panellists
Canada’s multicultural policy, adopted 50 years ago in a world first, is ‘one of our country's greatest achievements,’ says ISG Senator Donna Dasko at a panel dissecting the half-century anniversary.
Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi, pictured following a November 2019 meeting in Ottawa with the prime minister. In a panel discussing multiculturalism, the outgoing mayor contrasted his experience under this 50-year-old policy and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as they both turn 50.
The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade