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Page 39 - Advert: Multiculturalism

Published by Ronald Caplan on 1979/6/1 (260 reads)

All Canadians are not alike. Vive la difference! Canada is a unified nation made up of people from all corners of the world. It is a marvellous mosaic of peoples whose diverse cultural roots and values are uniquely united into one national family, living together in peace, understanding, and a spirit of freedom. The fact that all Canadians are not alike gives us our diversity. It's a rich diversity that allows each Canadian the freedom to be different... equal. A freedom to rejoice in one's indi? viduality; to maintain one's own cultural roots and values and to share them with others. Multiculturalism both reflects and responds to this Canadian reality. Your Canadian Government, through its permanent policy on Multicul? turalism, has a wide variety of programs providing each and every one of us with the opportunity to fulfil ourselves and to contribute to the growth and the great vitality of Canada. Your Minister of Multiculturalism works to ensure that multicultural MultJculturalism policies are exercised in all your Government's activities; and that all Canadians, regardless of their cultural background, are regarded as equal. His Multicultural Directorate encourages the media to depict, accurately, our cultural lives, too. Through Multiculturalism we recognize that all Canadians are not alike but that we must guarantee their right to equality. Vive la Difference! To present your views or to request information, write to: Multiculturalism Ottawa, Ontario K1A0M5 unity through human understanding '''' Honourable Norman Cafik Minister of State Multiculturalism L' honorable Norman Cafik Ministre d'Etat Multiculturalisme
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