Immigrant Diversity Killed Canadian History

The historical experience of Euro-Canadians was uniquely theirs and not part of the “collective memory” of foreigners-to-become-immigrants. The historical Canadian experience was part of the “collective memory” of white Canadians until a gang of unelected officials decided to impose a new multicultural reality after the 1970s. Immigrants are not interested in the collective memory of Euro-Canadians, and Euro-Canadians are not interested in fake histories about a Canada created by “diverse immigrants”.