Why repealing the Multiculturalism Act makes sense


By pursuing multicultural globalism (instead of bicultural nationalism) along with mass immigration (which by 1988 had tripled compared to just five years earlier), Ottawa embarked on remaking Canada into a 'nation of nations'; relegating its national identity to nothing more than 'diversity tolerance' and 'pluralistic values.' An experiment with no clear goal or a discussion of its consequences, Canadians were indeed being steered into uncharted territory.