I would define Canadian culture as multicultural. Canada is a nation of
various cultures blended together to form something unique and couldn’t be
measured. I feel that every time different countries come to Canada it’s like we adopt
the differences and intergrade them into our society and then it becoming normal to
us. For example if you go to school and hear unusual music or see different clothes
that person wouldn’t be ostracized because were most likely already familiar to it.
Raymond Williams was a novelist and critic, his work made the field for cultural
studies. Raymond once said, “ Culture is one of the two or three most complicated
words in the English language.” I also feel that Canadians are now peaceful people
and are taught to have respect for differences plus cultures and try to have equality for
everyone. Canada doesn’t really seem to have culture set in stone, we don’t have
Canadian food besides poutine and maple syrup but you can go out and get food from
every part of the world. In addition I truly believe that Tim Horton’s is apart of
Canadian culture, once you get off the plane from whatever country you were
from, within 6 months you have a favorite thing at Timmy’s and therefore it belongs
with our culture.
Compared to other cultures Canada absolutely has more freedom then any
other country, in my opinion. I think Canada has freedom of speech, mind and
religion, compared to other countries, you can state your own beliefs or not having
beliefs, there isn’t a national belief were everyone has to think the same. In
Jamaica the number one use of land is churches, so there are more churches then there
is homes were people live. So you can have countries were a big part of culture is
religion and its not like that in Canada. You can have an opinion and say it without
being in fear of any judgments.
Something else that makes our culture different is...
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