There are three signs that Trudeau is steering Canada towards the cliff of state-enforced multiculturalism
The devastating wars of the Middle East have now spilt into Europe, thanks to decades of careless immigration and integration policies.
Europeans are not responsible for the rise of Islamist extremism, but Europe’s leaders are to blame for allowing terrorist agents to infiltrate European communities and set up extensive networks throughout the continent.
Canada has thus far managed to avoid the same fate, thanks to our unique approach to migration. Canada’s immigration system is more selective, we have better security and screening measures, and our integration model is more deliberate and delivers better results than Europe.
There is, unfortunately, reason to believe that this Canadian advantage is disappearing. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seems to be abandoning Canada’s long history of successful immigration and integration and adopting the failed European approach – a government-enforced multiculturalism that seeks to accommodate rather than integrate newcomers.
There are three signs that Trudeau is steering Canada towards the cliff of state-enforced multiculturalism.