Chatterbox #67 – Multiculturalism in Canada

Here’s another episode suggested by a Culips listener. Compared to other countries, Canada is pretty new and very multicultural. Harp and Maura talk about how multiculturalism works in Canada and share their own family backgrounds. Where is Maura’s family from? Where did Harp’s family live when they first moved to Canada? Learn more about Canada’s diverse population in this episode.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To go out on a limb
  • Who doesn’t like nice comments?
  • To have a frog in your throat
  • Off and on
  • A background
  • Canadian standards
  • The middle of nowhere
  • First-generation Canadian
  • A sensitive topic
  • To read up on something
  • A visible minority
  • Natives/Aboriginals
  • To have ups and downs

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