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Get this from a library! Canada's diverse peoples: a reference sourcebook. [J M Bumsted] -- From Canada's profound racism in the 19th and early 20th centuries to its radical shift in immigration policy in the s, this one-of-a-kind reference explores the past 1, years of ethnicity in. Get this from a library! Canada's diverse peoples: a reference sourcebook. [J M Bumsted] -- "This work is the only comprehensive historical study of the development of ethnic communities in Canada from its early history to the present. Accessible and extensively researched, this work gives. Diversity and Indigenous Peoples in Canada, 3rd Edition is an update to Diversity and First Nations Issues in Canada, 2nd Edition. This newly-titled version offers a concise and comprehensive look at the interactions between the justice system, and diverse and Indigenous individuals. Diverse Peoples – Aboriginal Contributions and Inventions c Reproduced with permission from First Nations and Inuit Contributions and Inventions Colouring Book, published under the authority of the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Ottawa,
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