B.C.’s apology for treatment of Chinese may get skeptical response – The Globe and Mail

More on historical recognition and how a transparently political initiative soured feelings among the Chinese-Canadian community in BC. Federal historical recognition program, along with the Chinese Head Tax ex gratis payments, seems like a more meaningful response than just an apology (although apologies have meaning for society and affected communities).

B.C.’s apology for treatment of Chinese may get skeptical response – The Globe and Mail.

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