BC Premier Christy Clark: looking to join Kenney on the multiculturalism throne?

So, this happened:

In my heart, I am Filipina, says Christy Clark at Vancouvers Philippine Independence Day celebration

which makes me wonder if she wants to join Kenney on the throne of multiculturalism:

Of course, the Filipino community has been somewhat disillusioned by post-election treatment…

So, there’s that.

Political pandering for an “ethnic vote”?

Or trying to balance how local temporary workers are treated locally?

Your call.

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Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

One Response to “BC Premier Christy Clark: looking to join Kenney on the multiculturalism throne?”

  1. Mendez says:

    You are right, Jason Kenney lied and used the Filipino community, especially the naive Filipino caregivers Kenney used the Live in caregiver program( LCP ) as a Canada wide voting machine but obviously the Filipino community is waking up to the fact that the Live in caregiver program is in complete disarray and numbers are rapidly declining which was always Kenney ‘s goal.Apparently, the Conservative party would love to eliminate the LCP but can’t because it would cost them the very powerful Filipino votes.This scheme won’t work in 2015 ….GUARANTEED !!

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