Canada Spiralling Out of Control, 6: Immigration Regulations 1967

Canada was a wonderful country in 1967, an idyllic and naively happy country, oblivious to the dark spiralling clouds gathering momentum on the horizon. For the Anglo elites Canada was not yet humanitarian enough. Caught up with the norm that progress required the obliteration of any sense of collective identity among Eurocanadians, they decided to dismantle the last remaining “racist” trait in the 1962 Immigration Regulations, the exclusion of non-Europeans from sponsoring family relatives: