Page 16 - Advert: Multiculturalism
ISSUE : Issue 21
Published by Ronald Caplan on 1978/12/1
THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS BEING MORE OR LESS CANADIAN In our country, a Canadian is a Canadian, regardless of his or her background ... regardless of whether they were born in Canada or immigrated here. In Canada, we respect each person" as an individual.,We respect the individual's race, cultural roots, religious and spiritual values. Each Canadian benefits from shar? ing every other Canadian's talents, skills and contributions to Canadian life. That's what helps to make Canada a great country! Your Canadian Government, through its permanent policy on Multicul? turalism, creates and administers a wide variety of programs to en? courage all Canadians to maintain their culture ... and share it, proudly, with all other Canadians. One of the roles of your Minister of Multiculturalism is to ensure equal opportunity, equal rights, for a// Canadians, regardless of ethnicity or cultural background. Your Minister of Multiculturalism also helps en? sure that the multicultural policy is carried out in all your Canadian Government's activities and pro? grams, too. This makes Canada truly multicultural. These continuing Canadian Gov? ernment Multicultural programs champion the diversity of all Canadians and their equality. All Canadians are equal. There is no such thing as being more or less Canadian ... thanks to our policy on Multiculturalism. Multiculturalism unity through human understanding |i|'| Honourable Norman Cafik L' honorable Norman Caflk Minister of State Ministre d'Etat Multiculturalism Multiculturalisme
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