The Role Of Racial Discrimination In Canada

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Conclusion Compared to other nations, such as its neighbour America, Canada has continuously been viewed as a more diverse, respectful, and accepting country. However, Canada is not as perfect as it is deemed. Racial discrimination exists in many parts of the country, including British Columbia. Historical acts of overt racism showcased BC as a narrow-minded province, however, the province has made immense strides in becoming more welcoming and inclusive. Nevertheless, covert racism is still prevalent in the province. Visible minority immigrants can often be victims of institutional and personally mediated racism and bear negative health consequences. Racial discrimination can indirectly impact immigrants’ health by influencing exposure and
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