Discrimination In Canadian Immigrants

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Over the course of many decades, Canadian Immigration experiences have changed dramatically. Two differences being that discrimination has decreased tremendously, refugees are now accepted, and one similarity being that there are job opportunities. Firstly, in the early 1900s there was a lot of discrimination towards other ethnicities besides the white. For example, in the residential schools, First Nation children had been stripped from their families and forcefully put into schools. They tried to assimilate anything resembling First Nations. But, when my Dad had immigrated he knew that the education system was good and he faced no discrimination at all and saw the new multicultural Canadian society. Secondly, refugees no matter their ethnicity
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