Religion and the integration of new arrivals into Canadian society | BWNS
Are "youth are at the edge of the family"?
The arrival of newcomers from all parts of the world has been a central aspect of life in Canada since its founding in the mid-19th century. The Canadian Baha’i community traces its roots to that period and reflects the cultural and ethnic diversity of the country. It has long been learning about the role of religion in building a peaceful and cohesive society—a major theme of discussion in a series of seminars held over the past year in collaboration with the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs.