Canadians quietly celebrate Multiculturalism Day

The second quarter of 2017 is projected to grow at a rate of 2.5-3%, which should be very doable considering the 3.7% expansion in the first quarter

Multiculturalism Day in Canada is a quiet but determined reminder of the country’s decision to celebrate all cultures. Even in the face of the Brexit’s decision to leave the EU, politicians in Canada are supporting the policy that has helped shape the country. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stated, “As the first country in the world to adopt a policy of multiculturalism 45 years ago, Canada has shown time and time again that a country can be stronger not in spite of its differences, but because of them.” He went on to say that Canadians have roots from every nation on Earth.

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