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In 2012, homicides made up less than 1 percent of Canada’s violent crimes.
The current “Discover Canada” guide dates back to 2011 when the previous Conservative government did its own overhaul designed to provide more information on Canadian values and history.
Some of the Conservatives’ insertions attracted controversy, including increased detail about the War of 1812 and a warning that certain “barbaric cultural practices,” such as honour killings and female genital mutilation, are crimes in Canada.
Canadians like to make fun of themselves, the book notes.“Humour and satire about the experience of Indigenous, racialized, refugee and immigration peoples and their experiences is growing in popularity,” the section says.
“Every Canadian has responsibilities under those treaties as well.
They are agreements of honour.”The draft guide delves extensively into the history and present-day lives of Indigenous Peoples, including multiple references to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s report on residential schools and a lengthy section on what happened at those schools. The draft also devotes substantive sections to sad chapters of Canadian history when the Chinese, South Asians, Jews and disabled Canadians were discriminated against, references that were absent or exceptionally limited previously.
A spokesperson for the Immigration Department stressed the importance of the consultations that have gone into the new guide.“While this may take more time, this broader approach will result in a final product that better reflects Canada’s diversity and Indigenous history, as recommended by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission,” Lindsay Wemp said in an email.
Kimberly Tutko, 38, claims husband Jarrod Tutko cared for their mentally disabled son, and that he waited several days to tell her the boy had died, according to reports.