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"Exploring pressing questions around Canadian citizenship, Canada in Question delves into contemporary issues that come into play in identifying what it means to be Canadian, urging for a renewed definition of its meaning. Beginning with an update on the status of Canadian citizenship, Peter MacKinnon acknowledges that with the exception of Indigenous peoples, most Canadians migrated to Canada in the last 400 years. In surveying the status of citizenship, the author addresses the impact of these newcomers on Indigenous peoples, and the subsequent impression that the following influx of new…mehr

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"Exploring pressing questions around Canadian citizenship, Canada in Question delves into contemporary issues that come into play in identifying what it means to be Canadian, urging for a renewed definition of its meaning. Beginning with an update on the status of Canadian citizenship, Peter MacKinnon acknowledges that with the exception of Indigenous peoples, most Canadians migrated to Canada in the last 400 years. In surveying the status of citizenship, the author addresses the impact of these newcomers on Indigenous peoples, and the subsequent impression that the following influx of new immigrants and migrants has had on citizenship. Mackinnon investigates the ties that bind Canadians to their country and to their fellow citizens, and how these ties are often challenged by global influences, from identity politics to social media. Shedding light on the connection between economic opportunity and citizenship, and the institutional context in which differences must be accommodated, Canada in Question represents an attempt to understand current circumstances and new challenges, and look into the unique future of Canadian citizenship, one that is set apart from the experience of citizenship in other countries."--
Autorenporträt
Peter MacKinnon is President Emeritus of the University of Saskatchewan and currently interim executive director of the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary.