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The Changing Face of Canada
How Immigrants Are Changing Canada
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January 15, 2016
EcoParent

In the last few weeks, I have travelled from one of the Northern Hemisphere’s most homogenous societies to one of its most diverse. As I moved from the remote regions of Iceland to the bustling metropolis of London, England with my two young children in tow, I thought a lot about the outward face of culture, particularly as experienced by families… "Canada is somehow getting it right in a way that few other places in the world are: creating its identity through the layering of diverse cultures."


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