A Place to Belong
In 1971, Canada became the first country in the world to adopt an official multiculturalism policy. It was meant to preserve cultural freedoms and recognize the contributions of diverse groups to Canadian society. Today it’s a defining feature of the Canadian identity. But for much of our history, that wasn’t the case. We explore the reasons why in this five-part series, A Place to Belong: A History of Multiculturalism in Canada, produced by Historica Canada and made possible in part by the Government of Canada.
A Place to Belong: Project Neighbourhood (Episode 5)
In this episode, we asked: What does the multiculturalism policy look like in practice?
A Place to Belong: Mayor of Toronto’s Chinatown (Episode 3)
Toronto’s Chinatown – one of the largest in North America – is filled with hustle and bustle.