Canada's Unique Multicultural Democracy

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Multiculturalism has become the guiding light of Canadian democracy. While Europe has been struggling with the question of how to marry multiculturalism with liberal democracy, Canada has managed to reconcile one with the other better than any other nation. To explain how it happened, we welcome Keith Banting, Canada's leading scholar on the politics of multiculturalism. This is another instalment in TVO's partnership with Toronto Star called The Democracy Agenda.
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