Harmonious multiculturalism in a non-metropolis: Public spaces improvements to expand multicultural visibility in Nanaimo
Hu, Yi (Danna)
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In a mosaic multiculturalism policy context, how can local governments realize “harmonious multiculturalism”, which is defined here as maintaining diversity while integrating all differences, this is a challenge for Canadian cities with increasingly diverse populations from all corners of the globe. While there are similarities in approaches that can be used across metropolitan areas, large cities, and medium-sized communities, the challenges facing the latter category requires specific attention. This research will explore a way to enhance multicultural integrity in Nanaimo through improving public spaces.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-3130
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