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How MBA programs are supporting diversity beyond the classroom

How MBA programs are supporting diversity beyond the classroom | Multiculturalism in Canada | Scoop.it
Diversity programs, combined with robust recruitment efforts and Canada’s commitment to multiculturalism, will continue to entice students from all over the world to study here.
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For immigrant women in U.S., reporting abuse rarely an option

For immigrant women in U.S., reporting abuse rarely an option | Multiculturalism in Canada | Scoop.it
Imagine living every day with the terror that, at any moment, you might be ripped apart from your family http://t.co/mneVKAhl #immigration...
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Is Canada a ‘country without a core culture’?

Is Canada a ‘country without a core culture’? | Multiculturalism in Canada | Scoop.it
No matter where people are from, nearly 90% of us primarily speak English or French at home.
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Nicole Elmenhorst's curator insight, November 16, 2014 11:35 AM

Canada is a country with a huge multicultural society. Out standing numbers are reviled in this article. Cant help but wonder how they all get along so well, while we in Norway have so many differences, and disputes connected to our multicultural society. 

Markus Ingdahl's curator insight, November 25, 2014 4:39 AM

The supposed fear implied in this article over not having a ``core culture`` seems rather close-minded. Canada is a reckoned force in multiculturalism, but this article seem to project the assimilation aspect of this, and portray it as a negative thing. I think assimilation is a good thing, but i dont neccessarily think the lack of assimilation is a bad thing.