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Dec 10, 2017 ... Get a better understanding and appreciation of the events, experiences, people
and emblems that reflect and have shaped Canada's history and identity.
Resources of the Language Portal of Canada. This one-stop window for free
language resources provides Canadians with a wide range of writing tools,
quizzes and links to help them improve their English and French.
Oct 26, 2015 ... Discover Canada - Who We Are. ... Our institutions uphold a commitment to
Peace, Order, and Good Government, a key phrase in Canada's original
constitutional document in 1867, the British .... Together, these diverse groups,
sharing a common Canadian identity, make up today's multicultural society.
This diversity will be manifested in many ways including ethnicity and culture,
religion, language, and changes in population age structure and may challenge
historical notions of Canadian identity. According to sociologist Jeffrey Reitz,
increased diversity has the potential to influence society in two ways. Ethno-racial
Dec 15, 2015 ... Discover the NFB's WWII-era propaganda effort, and get ideas for teaching about
Canadian identity and nationhood to secondary students. ... Consider founding
NFB Commissioner John Grierson's famous quote that documentary should act
like “a hammer to shape society… in the war for men's minds.
Nov 27, 2015 ... Sharing stories and ideas and creating a better understanding among people in
Canada is an effective way to build a healthy multicultural society. The
government, as steward of our national identity, promotes cultural activities that
help build a sense of community. Culture is also a critical tool in the task of ...
Jun 14, 2017 ... Canadian content | CRTC Mandate. ... Broadcasting plays a critical role in
helping build and support our Canadian identity. ... women, and children; Support
the linguistic duality and multicultural and multiracial nature of Canadian society;
Recognize the special place of aboriginal peoples within our society.
With this goal in mind, the Canada 2020 project was born. The project has two
parallel objectives. The scenarios proposed first aim to respond to a need to
understand the consequences of identity politics which stem from and shape
Canada's multicultural society and, second, to avoid “strategic surprises” like.
And while identity, in itself, can be an interesting declaration of who Canadians
are and what they stand for, the notion of how Canadians view themselves and
others in Canadian society can have implications on their social integration, civic
engagement and participation, and connections with others (Canadian Heritage
Jul 7, 2011 ... The second agenda is to focus on social integration and assimilation, and to try to
build a common national identity. These agendas can be ... This history has no
doubt influenced the way in which people from different cultural backgrounds
integrate within Canadian society. Following its creation—and even ...
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