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Europeans can learn a thing or two from Canada when it comes to integrating different ethnic groups, says Dutch Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans. 

“I think it is mind-boggling that a huge nation like Canada, with all its diversities, with so many recent immigrants from all parts of the world, with all their different cultures, can maintain this level of social tranquility and integration of difference, acceptance of difference in this society,” Mr. Timmermans told a crowd at a Dutch Embassy and Centre for International Governance Innovation breakfast event at the Rideau Club on May 2. 

He said lightly that it helps to...

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