National Holidays and minority festivals in Canadian nation-building
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Zhu, Lianbi
Islamophobia, Social justice
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Liwei Zhu’s article analyzes the role of national holidays and minority festivals in shaping Canadian identity and boosting social cohesiveness. The study investigates the historical development of national holidays in Canada, such as Canada Day and Remembrance Day, as well as the emergence of minority festivals honoring the cultural history of various ethnic and religious communities. According to the article, these festivals play a vital role in fostering a sense of connection and belonging among Canada’s diverse people, while simultaneously recognizing and celebrating the differences that define Canadian society.

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