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Durante las décadas de 1970 y 1980, el gobierno de Canadá bajo Pierre Trudeau adoptó oficialmente una política de multiculturalismo.​ Se ha descrito al gobierno federal canadiense como el instigador del multiculturalismo como ideología debido a su énfasis público en la .​ La de los años sesenta es a menudo referida como el origen de la conciencia política moderna del multiculturalismo.​ Los canadienses han usado el término multiculturalismo de diferentes maneras: descriptivamente (como un hecho sociológico), prescriptivamente (como ideología) o políticamente (como política).​​ En el primer sentido, multiculturalismo es una descripción de las diferentes tradiciones religiosas y las influencias culturales que, en su unidad y coexistencia en Canadá, conforman la cultura canadiense.​ La nación se compone de personas de una multitud de orígenes raciales, religiosos y culturales, y está abierta al pluralismo cultural.​ Canadá ha experimentado diferentes olas de inmigración desde el siglo XIX, y en la década de 1980 casi el 40 por ciento de la población no tenía orígenes británicos ni franceses (los dos grupos más grandes, y entre los más antiguos).​ En el pasado, la relación entre británicos y franceses fue de gran importancia en la historia de Canadá. A comienzos del siglo XXI, las personas de procedencia ajena a la herencia británica y francesa componían la mayoría de la población, con un porcentaje cada vez mayor de individuos que se identificaban a sí mismos como minorías visibles. El multiculturalismo se refleja en la ley a través de la Ley de Multiculturalismo de 1988 y la sección 27 de la Carta canadiense de derechos y libertades y está administrado por el Departamento de Patrimonio Canadiense. La Ley de Radiodifusión de 1991 afirma que el sistema de radiodifusión canadiense debe reflejar la diversidad de culturas en el país. A pesar de las políticas oficiales, un pequeño segmento de la población canadiense critica el concepto de un mosaico cultural y la implementación de la legislación multicultural.​ La ideología de Quebec difiere de la de las otras provincias en que sus políticas oficiales se centran en la interculturalidad.​ Канадский мультикультурализм — политика канадского государства, направленная на сохранение и развитие культурных особенностей каждой национальности в обществе. Иммиграция играет огромную роль в развитии страны. По переписи 2011 г. 20, 6 % (6 775 800 чел.) от общей численности населения являются иммигранты. Канада — лидер в области приема иммигрантов среди стран G8. Multiculturalism in Canada was officially adopted by the government during the 1970s and 1980s. The Canadian federal government has been described as the instigator of multiculturalism as an ideology because of its public emphasis on the social importance of immigration. The 1960s Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism is often referred to as the origin of modern political awareness of multiculturalism. Canadians have used the term "multiculturalism" in different ways: descriptively (as a sociological fact), prescriptively (as ideology) or politically (as policy). In the first sense "multiculturalism" is a description of the many different religious traditions and cultural influences that in their unity and coexistence result in a unique Canadian cultural mosaic. The nation consists of people from a multitude of racial, religious and cultural backgrounds and is open to cultural pluralism. Canada has experienced different waves of immigration since the nineteenth century, and by the 1980s almost 40 percent of the population were of neither British nor French origins (the two largest groups, and among the oldest). In the past, the relationship between the British and the French has been given a lot of importance in Canada's history. By the early twenty-first century, people from outside British and French heritage composed the majority of the population, with an increasing percentage of individuals who identify themselves as "visible minorities". Multiculturalism is reflected with the law through the Canadian Multiculturalism Act of 1988 and section 27 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and is administered by the Department of Canadian Heritage. The Broadcasting Act of 1991 asserts the Canadian broadcasting system should reflect the diversity of cultures in the country. Despite the official policies, a small segment of the Canadian population are critical of the concept(s) of a cultural mosaic and implementation(s) of multiculturalism legislation. Quebec's ideology differs from that of the other provinces in that its official policies focus on interculturalism. Kebijakan multikulturalisme secara resmi ditetapkan oleh pada masa kepemimpinan Pierre Trudeau pada tahun 1970-an dan 1980-an. Pemerintah federal Kanada telah dianggap sebagai pendorong multikulturalisme sebagai ideologi karena mereka menekankan pentingnya imigrasi di negara tersebut. dari tahun 1960-an sering dianggap sebagai awal mula kesadaran politik modern terhadap konsep multikulturalisme. Orang Kanada telah menggunakan istilah "multikulturalisme" dengan cara yang berbeda, yaitu secara deskriptif sebagai fakta sosiologi, secara preskriptif sebagai ideologi, atau secara politik sebagai kebijakan. Dalam konteks deskriptif, "multikulturalisme" menggambarkan keberadaan berbagai latar belakang suku, agama dan kebudayaan yang hidup berdampingan di Kanada dan membentuk . Kanada sendiri telah kedatangan banyak imigran semenjak abad ke-19, dan pada tahun 1980-an hampir 40 persen populasi Kanada tidak memiliki darah Britania atau Prancis. Multikulturalisme dituangkan ke dalam dari tahun 1988 dan . Kanada juga menegaskan bahwa sistem penyiaran di Kanada sebaiknya melambangkan keanekaragaman budaya di negara tersebut. Meskipun dituangkan ke dalam kebijakan resmi, terdapat warga Kanada yang mengkritik konsep mosaik budaya dan penerapan undang-undang multikulturalisme. Provinsi Quebec sendiri memiliki ideologi yang berbeda dan berfokus pada konsep . Le multiculturalisme canadien est une vision nationale des rapports entre, d'une part, les immigrants et citoyens issus de l'immigration et, d'autre part, l'État et la population nationale, soutenue par un ensemble de politiques gouvernementales adoptées dans les années 1970 et 1980 et ayant toujours cours aujourd'hui au Canada. La politique du gouvernement fédéral en matière de multiculturalisme consiste à « reconnaître le fait que le multiculturalisme reflète la diversité culturelle et raciale de la société canadienne et se traduit par la liberté, pour tous ses membres, de maintenir, de valoriser et de partager leur patrimoine culturel » et « à reconnaître le fait que le multiculturalisme est une caractéristique fondamentale de l’identité et du patrimoine canadiens et constitue une ressource inestimable pour l’avenir du pays, ainsi qu’à sensibiliser la population à ce fait; [...]. » En clair, le multiculturalisme canadien prône la coexistence de différentes cultures au sein du pays, par opposition à l'intégration et à la constitution d'une identité commune. En ce sens, la notion de multiculturalisme est souvent opposée à la notion d'« interculturalisme », plutôt préconisé au Québec. 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