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Why is it that the U.K.'s newspaper is willing to publish a painfully honest editorial about race in Canada but Canadian papers aren't? Before Mr. Douglas was published in the U.K., he submitted his personal op ed to Canadian newspapers.
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I used to be the only biracial kid in the room. Now, my exponentially expanding cohort promises a future where everyone is mixed. By Nicholas Hune-Brown |
Mixie. Short for mixed-race person, can be used as an insult or a compliment. When everyone is a mixie, it's no insult.
Statistics say we're pretty colour-blind in Metro Vancouver. About 8.5 per cent of couples in the Lower Mainland are in mixed unions — more than double the national figure of four per cent.
By Victor Landa, NewsTaco
"Finding a voice or reason on immmigration is not as futile as it sounds, you just need to know where to look. I found such a voice in a friend."
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There's been a lot of coverage in the Canadian mainstream media about Canada being a post-racial or post-immigrant country, but Anupa Mistry says Canada is still a racist place.
Many mixed race people, myself included, have trouble defining our ethnic identity.
When Ashley and Raj Brar were married, they had two ceremonies: a white-dress wedding reflecting Ashley’s Irish, Scottish and Canadian heritage, and a traditional Indian ceremony to...