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In source one, the statement that the speaker has made is explaining that if individuals immigrate to Canada then they should take on the responsibility of accepting the Canadian customs and traditions. The speaker describes that Canada is a multicultural country and we accept immigrants but accommodation shouldn’t be an aspect that is always acknowledged. The individuals that make the decision to come to Canada should come because they want to become Canadian, not to enforce their customs in our country, according to the speaker. If Canada continues to alter the standards for immigrant’s religious and ethnic views, it could potentially affect Canada’s identity and population. Canada has become a role model for other countries to look up to and has created a positive image because of our standards. Canada doesn’t have a defined identity, we have a wide variety of individuals and we are considered very multicultural but we do have customs that have grown onto the Canadian name. If Canada decides to alter and adapt our customs in order to appreciate the immigrant’s needs, it could cause secularism in our country. Assimilation of Canadian traditions could also potentially be an effect of Canada’s decision.

In source two, the speech signifies Canada as a country that embraces nationalism, and believes immigrants are individuals that have an impact on Canada’s image. The speaker believes it’s important for Canada to share the views of monoculture and multiculture, and allow immigrants to have the freedom to express their standards in our country but there should be a limit in order to respect the national identity of Canada. Immigrants that come to Canada should be prepared to accept the traditions that we have built, and Canada will be ready to accept many of their freedoms as long as it doesn’t disrespect Canadian customs and standards. The speaker explains that there must be a balance between the leadership of the nation and for the...


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