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    immigrants, and refugees from over 200 countries”, Canadian Immigration Facts & Statistics. During the 1900’s, Sir Wilfrid Laurier once stated: “The twentieth century shall be the century of Canada and of Canadian development”. This quote is something to agree with because, over the years, Canada is now seen as a very multicultural country due to vast immigration. Immigration has shaped Canada and the Canadian Development by early immigrants faced challenges they had to accomplish, the high challenges of discrimination, which, led to immigrants to fight back and work even harder, accepting many…

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    From ecological postmodern perspective theory on the identity and curriculum theories, attempt to give an identity description as a Canadian is quite satisfactory. The most inspiring about this theory is Canadians identifying their real selves in relation to places outside Canada. I like the Current trends on commercials which are unearthing the real Canadian identity. Examples of commercials like Rant and I am Canadian Anthem are admirable in their approach in utilizing nationalist plots in…

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    How is the theme, Cultural Identity reflected in the poems“Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan” by Moniza Alvi and “Search For My Tongue” by Sujatta Bahtt? The poems “Presents From My Aunts In Pakistan” and “Search For My Tongue” are both poems that convey the theme of Cultural Identity by personal experiences. “Presents From My Aunts in Pakistan” focuses on the idea of confusion and loneliness of belonging to two different cultures, while “Search For My Tongue” gives the reader an idea of the…

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    Marriage is a relationship between two people in which they can start to create a family, there are many different rules for marriage and every religion has its own rules and beliefs, and this relationship must be built on faith and loyalty. Marriage between different nationality helps people to know about other’s cultures, habits, break bonds between countries. On the other hand, some religions have rules on marriage from other countries or regions, for example Muslim women can’t marry other…

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    As the world is getting bigger on a global scale, people strive to find an identity for themselves in a community and environment that may not always work in one’s favor. The impulse to do something beneficial for the greater good becomes a fixation that cannot be neglected because of a person’s obligation to participate. While not everyone feels the need to contribute, those who do, get their accountable consciences from the responsibility they acclaim. This is evident in the lives of people…

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    role in developing Canada's sense of nation. Borders, starting with those in common with the United States, in addition to the artificial internal regional borders, frame Canadian identity. Identity, however, is a notion both revealed and invented. The Canadian identity is composite and multifaceted to the point of not being easily understood even by those who would try to create or define it. A pan-Canadian identity has very often been countered by the panoply of attachments existing in the…

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    A nation is a group of people who identitfy with similar demographic and culture trait. They have a referential “we-feeling” in which they have a group loyality for the security of their individual identity. The Serbs began to develop these ideas of self-determination for representation of their nation. Furthermore, the Palestinians also desired self-determination as their land was seized from them. Once groups are formed, they either percieve other group as inferior and/or feel threatned by it.…

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    4. Almost everyone on Earth is part of a nation, so the idea that each person’s national community is an imagined one is difficult to comprehend, but upon extensive thought, it becomes evident that it is a fact. Nations did not exist until the eighteenth century, and they were created due to historical circumstances, but the concept has nevertheless continued into modern society. The existence of national boundaries exemplifies the recognition of differences in different nations. Two people…

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    the taking of oath of Canadian citizenship, but at any time in any place within the boundaries of our supposedly multicultural Canada? While this is not the first time they issues regarding dress have arisen within Canada, the case of Zunera Ishaq, drew considerable attention in 2015. In large part to the proximity to the federal election and a potential rising tide of Islamaphobia which began to permeate Canadian society. Canada may have an official policy of multiculturalism, but in…

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    wonderful opportunity to see how different cultures express their values and traits through commercial items from jewelry and clothing to sculptures and soaps. At all the tents, every owner seemed to take extreme pride in their wares. It reminded me of the way small business owners across America proudly sell “All-American” and locally produced goods. Despite no longer living in their home countries, these people had a deep respect and admiration for the land that brought them up. A lot can be…

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