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Vanier Students Discuss Issues that affect Canadian Youth : Diversity, Multiculturalism, Consumerism

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What are the positive aspects of diversity in a city like Montreal, and a campus like Vanier College? Are there any possible “downsides” to diversity – problems that a society will encounter when diverse populations live together? Does the mainstream really accept diversity, or are there subtle presumes to make diverse people fit into a particular social mold or common identity?
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*  Student participant Madeleine St-Laurent-Guérin during her presentation. Photo by Gunther Gamper.

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