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Monday, April 6th, 2009, 02:09 PM
Canada needs to better integrate its ethnic minorities in order to combat the potential for extremism, says Canada's immigration and multiculturalism minister. In an interview with Sun Media, Jason Kenney said Canada's high level of immigration runs the risk of creating "ethnic silos" that could do here what they have done in Europe. "We shouldn't be naive about the very real dangers of radicalization, of extremism. We shouldn't over-exaggerate it and nor should we just pretend it doesn't exist," he said. Kenney is concerned some communities are not actively integrating with mainstream society. While he won't point fingers, he said "there are people who come to Canada or are born in Canada that have very illiberal views, who believe that their religious dogma or their ethnic grievance justifies violence." "Now, that may be a tiny minority of people, but that's all it takes to cause real problems," he said.

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Norman Pride
Wednesday, April 8th, 2009, 10:30 AM
No Canada isn't a hotel. I'd be glad if it were a hotel, because then we would have guests who come and go like every tourist does, but the immigrants have no return tickets. That's not a hotel, it's permanent accommodation.