How has Canadian identity been shaped by the immigration of individuals from a wide range of cultural & ethnic backgrounds? (multiculturalism; growth of cities & provinces due to immigration; contribution of immigrants to Canada's development: Chinese railway workers; Eastern European farmers; Sikh loggers; Development of the Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms)


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Based on your research on your topic, what do you think it shows about how immigration & multiculturalism shape Canadian society & identity.



Based on your research on your topic, what do you think it shows about how complex global problems (like the current Syrian refugee crisis) require international cooperation to make difficult choices for the future? What does it show about Canada's role?