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A term associated with dual and/or multiple expressions of identity alongside national identification, "hyphenated Canadian" identities are now an important part of our diverse ethnic landscape - and we owe it to the efforts of the very same individuals who regarded such multiple identities as a source of division.
Navdeep Bains is one happy minister.
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Texting could be the solution to an alarming drop in response rates.
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They say a goal without a deadline is just a wish. But who are “they” anyway?
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It's time to complete the 2016 census but why do we even do it in the first place? A look at census-taking in history
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About 2,400 buildings, mostly homes, have been lost in the wildfire.
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Apart from this legal debate, let's analyze the insecurities of Pakistani-Canadians in terms of not recognizing Punjabi as mother tongue of Punjabi Pakistani Canadians: First, they don't want to count themselves with Punjabi Sikhs and Hindus. Secondly, they declare Urdu as their Muslim language.
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The Trudeau Liberals, in one of their first acts in government, brought back the long-form census.
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Trudeau's new ministers will also emerge from their first meeting to face questions from the media — another departure from the Harper era.
"I think the new government has made it very clear they want to bring the census back."