For many, it is one of the things that defines Canada, something that sets an example for other countries.
However, according to a new poll, Canadians feel Canada’s Multiculturalism Act contributes less to Canadian unity than either the Charter of Rights or the Official Languages Act.
The poll, conducted by Leger Marketing for the Association for Canadian Studies and released exclusively to QMI Agency, found that as Canadian multiculturalism gets ready to mark its 40th anniversary next year, only 55% of Canadians feel it is good for Canadian unity.
Of course, they had to stick in that stupid thing about “unity.” I give two craps about “Canadian unity” and so/neither do you.
They really wanted to ask “does multiculturalism just piss you off and make you hate other people?” but didn’t have the balls.