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«As part of Asian Heritage Month, the Government of Canada will recognize and honour the many sacrifices made by Asian Canadians for our country.» Jason Kenney, Minister for Multiculturalism.
The rich contribution? What we know? nothing or not enough for Asian, Black, Aboriginal people, etc.
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