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Report confirms left-wing, politically correct bias of BBC

A study by independent think-tank The New Culture Forum has confirmed that the BBC has been reporting the news in a biased manner, downplaying the immigration threat and glossing over controversial issues.

Multiculturalism should be abandoned, says expert

London - Professor Ted Cantle, an expert on community cohesion, argues that state funding of multiculturalism is turning Britain into a divided society.

French essayist praises Breivik

Paris - The award-winning French author, Richard Millet has ignited controversy by praising Anders Behring Breivik. Millet claims Breivik's killing of 77 people was what Norway deserved due to its acceptance of multiculturalism.

Breivik declared sane and sentenced

Oslo - Anders Behring Breivik has been found to be sane by the court. Judge Wenche Elisabeth Arntzen this morning declared him criminally responsible for the killing of 77 people in his bombing and shooting attacks on June 22 last year.

Op-Ed: Cameron is right, Britain must not kowtow to Islam

British Prime Minister David Cameron's speech on multiculturalism and Islam in Britain is a timely reminder that multiculturalism depends on the willingness of those from other cultures to accept the host country's values and not the other way around.

Op-Ed: Canadian citizenship is difficult to get, but well worth it Special

Castlegar - Canadian citizenship is not easy to obtain, but for those who pursue this goal, through years of difficulties and challenges, many of them presented by the Canadian government, and if they are persistent enough, citizenship will be the prize, in the end.

Op-Ed: Reflections on Outlawed Belgian, French, Italian & ? Burqas

Belgium's recent burqa ban legislation and France's intention to outlaw burqas raises controversial questions over the issues surrounding the principles of multiculturalism, religious freedom, immigration policies, and assimilation into one's new country.

Senator Stanley Haidasz, Canada's first multiculturalism minister, dies

Stanley Haidasz passed away today at 86. He was known as one of the foremost trailblazers of multiculturalism in Canada, and became the first Senator of Polish-Canadian background in recent history.

Europe's many faces

Multiculturalism is a major issue facing Europe.

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