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Entitled Multiculturalism @ 50 and the Promise of a Just Society, this special edition of Canadian Issues, explores the roots, characteristics and structural fault lines of Canadian multiculturalism and outlines the reframing required if the policy hopes to live up to its initial promise of delivering a just society. In his introduction, guest editor and eminent political philosopher Will Kymlicka reflects on the insights of contributing authors some of whom trace multiculturalism’s failings back to its very foundations, but who also offer glimpses” of why and how multiculturalism might aspire to rebirth and offer a “better future”.
Contributors: ROBERT WARDHAUGH, FRANK J. TOUGH, NATHALIE KERMOAL, GERALD FRIESEN, JAMES MOCHORUK, DAVID CHARTRAND, NICOLE ST-ONGE, PHILIPPE MAILHOT, BARRY FERGUSON, KARINE DUHAMEL, JEAN TEILLET, SARAH CARTER.
Contributors: Randy Boswell; Tanya Evans; Natalie Ward; John D. Reid; Leighann C. Neilson; Jane Badets; Jack Jedwab; Jean Teillet; Robert Vineberg; Sara Macnaull; Nora Spinks; Nicole Watier; Margaret Ann Wilkinson; Tracy Arial
Linguistic Duality, De Jure and De Facto – Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Official Languages Act$10.00Canadian Issues – Fall/Winter 2019
Contributors: Miriam Taylor, Diane Gérin-Lajoie, Jack Jedwab, Shana Poplack, Robert J. Talbot, Geoffrey Chambers, Richard Slevinsky, Nathalie Dion, Jean-Philippe Warren, Richard Y. Bourhis, Matthew Hayday, Suzanne Robillard, Jean Johnson, Jean-Pierre Corbeil, Fred Genesee, Basile Roussel