Canadians view of immigrants
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What are Canadians views of non-white immigrants that are becoming a large part of the population? Are they more for that non-white immigration are do not care.
Canada isn't white enough, say Canadians
41% of Canada say there are too many non-white people in Canada, and just under half say there are too many immigrants. Almost 2/3 also want to ban religious wear called niqabs at citizenship ceremonies. Is Canada becoming less welcoming to immigrants or what? I admit I am really disappointed to ...
Are most canadians pro or anti mass immigration
Are most canadians pro or anti mass immigration, Canada accepts 250000 immigrants a year, which is more than twice what the US accepts compared to their relative population. It seems that as far as Vancouver is concerned, most people there would like less immigration?
CIBC Offering Low Balance Credit Cards To New Immigrants
This might be of interest to some people here: CIBC wooing new Canadians with small-balance credit cards | Toronto Star
Do Europeans view multiculturalism as a form of forced Americanization?
From what I understand most Europeans do not have anything against people of other races yet at the same time expect immigrants to do as the Romans/Parisians/Berliners/Krakowites etc do ... that is assimilate into their new country, learn to speak the language, respect the mores of the host popul...
Does Canada have too many immigrants?
If Canadians were polled, I bet 5% would say no, 25% would say yes, and the other 70% would say "I am not understand question, please." am I right or am I right?
Canadians' view on chiropractic
I wanted to find out how esteemed among Canadians is the art of chiropractics? How does this view compare to the U.S.? Is a visit to the chiropractor covered by medical insurance? What other comments can Canadians provide?
French Canadians in Windsor
I read that Windsor has some French-language schools. The article stated that the French were the first to settle the area, but is there a distinct Franco-Ontarian presence in the city, possibly descended from Quebecois immigrants?
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