Fast-changing Neighbourhoods: Is our instinct to preserve Canadian culture preventing us from creating inclusive neighbourhoods?
March 22
City Centre Library - READ-Ability Lounge

Join in for a discussion on how our fears about our changing social landscape may be threatening our sense of what it means to be Canadian. Is it possible to preserve Canadian culture, or is it better to accept that it is ever-changing? Is there an invisible social-power war when it comes to racial inclusivity?

We want to hear your stories of how things were, how they are, and how you would like them to be. We hope to hear from long-term residents and newcomers on these important matters of adjusting to quick-changing social norms, noise & congestion, culture & identity, acceptance, and finding common ground.

The discussion will be moderated by Valeri Malla, an SFU student, majoring in Phycology and Philosophy.

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About Inclusive City Cafe:

Inclusive City Philosopher Café is a collaboration between SFU-Surrey TD Engagement Centre, Surrey LIP and Surrey Libraries. The meetings are held montly and provide an opportunity for community members, academics & service providers to discuss the challenges and opportunities to live in a diverse community.