Why German-Canadians Made Waterloo Home

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Following national elections in both Canada and Germany, German Unity Day, and in the midst Oktoberfest, The Agenda speaks to a leader in Ontario's German-Canadian community about how Waterloo region has been the heartland for German immigration to Canada for more than 200 years. Nearly 10 per cent of Canadians can trace their ancestry to the country.
Episode:
Germany After Merkel
Aired:
Oct 05, 2021
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