Canada, Ethnic Studies and the World

How Canadian Multiculturalism Screws “Old-Stock” And “New-Stock” Canadians

How Canadian Multiculturalism Screws “Old-Stock” And “New-Stock” Canadians

To every other Canadian mass-immigration has been a cancer so far – especially given the increased competition we have for scarce housing, public education, and health care resources. Also, the immigrants tend to suffer from lengthy separation of families, workplace bullying, and wasting talent they have back home to fight for table scraps here. It’s also easy to smile and nod our heads at different cultural festivals, but it’s a different matter when it comes to tackling difficult problems…

Kerry Jang’s Disastrous Public Relations In The Vancouver Chinese Flag Saga

Kerry Jang’s Disastrous Public Relations In The Vancouver Chinese Flag Saga

Unless you’re living under a rock, this saga has been the talk of the internet and radio airwaves in Vancouver. When the residents are as anxious as they are about their ability to live in the place, and taking their scapegoating on the army of offshore Chinese buyers, a number of them are venting their frustrations on the ceremony raising the Chinese flag to celebrate the proclamation of the People’s Republic of China.

How Canada’s Luck Is Running Out As a Resource Colony

How Canada’s Luck Is Running Out As a Resource Colony

Yet many Canadians are still playing victim without developing the habit of thinking strategically. We’re like a small town high school football guy who never realized how hard is it to compete in the NFL, and complaining that no one’s helping to clean uniforms!

What the Metro Vancouver Housing Crisis Reveals

What the Metro Vancouver Housing Crisis Reveals

Are you getting tired of how housing is becoming more and more unaffordable in Vancouver and nothing changes about it? In order for real change to happen, we need to understand how it got to this place, let alone how to cope with it.

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