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In his article Were open and tolerant but we have our problems Vancouver Sun July 1 2006 Daphne Bramham defended Canadas national value as an open fair and free country The author starts by highlighting certain problems we are facing that may contradict what makes Canada as it is today Firstly its openness and tolerance incurred some biased blames from other countries regarding terrorism Secondly people who settled down earlier and have been accustomed to a less diversified less competitive and more peaceful lifestyle are feeling alienated Thirdly the various regional social and cultural backgrounds sometimes pose challenges for its members to mingle well The author foresees that the societys composition changes only slowly The author give us an example for a long time already and 10 years into the future although about 14 of population will be immigrants 23 or all citizens will still be Caucasians In addition Christianity will still be the largest religion The author suggests that Canadas value system should be strengthened by both the law makers and every citizen On the government side it should solve social problems like creating more employment opportunity for skilled immigrant workers and modernizing the aboriginal areas with more effective strategies She considers the government is on the right track by facing past responsibilities towards its Chinese and Japanese immigrants and positively looks forward to seeing more achievements by the current responsible government On the personal side the author encourages that we each should familiar ourselves with Canadas constitutional cornerstones rights and freedom for everyone regardless gender ethic group religion sexual preference etc On the base of that she hopes that we can show more polite and niceness toward each other for we show the outside world as a country
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