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50th anniversary

The W5 Legacy

It happened on a bitterly cold day in February 1980. More than a thousand Chinese Canadians marched down Bloor Street from the University of Toronto to CTV head office on Charles Street. I was leading the march, together with Dr. Joseph Wong and Dr. Donald Chu. I sensed that we were making history.

Canadian Human Rights Act

The Canadian Human Rights Act is an important act which was passed by the Parliament of Canada in 1977. It deals with all types of discrimination which are based on race, colour, religion, age, sex, family status, and much more. It applies to all of the provinces in Canada. Its purpose is to ensure that everyone will be treated equally and to make discrimination disappear.


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