Unpacking the People's Party's Fear of 'Radical Multiculturalism' - 2019-09-23

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F0.png Unpacking the People's Party's Fear of 'Radical Multiculturalism' September 23, 2019, Christopher Cheung, The Tyee

The People's Party of Canada says it is "inclusive," but how does that square with its calls to scrap the country's Multiculturalism Act, tighten our borders, promote "Western civilization values" and cut immigration by more than half?

More diversity will "destroy what has made us a great country," leader Maxime Bernier tweeted last year in a long, Trumpian thread.

Bernier, who narrowly lost the Conservative leadership to Andrew Scheer in 2017, founded the People's Party in September 2018.

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{{cite news | first = Christopher | last = Cheung | title = Unpacking the People's Party's Fear of 'Radical Multiculturalism' | url = https://thetyee.ca/Analysis/2019/09/23/Unpacking-People-Party-Fear-Radical-Multiculturalism/ | work = The Tyee | date = September 23, 2019 | accessdate = September 26, 2019 }}