Answer Luke: Confederation Player and John Hamilton
answer luke: Ignace is from Bahamas and is studying business at Holland College, according to CBC. After a while it wouldn't be a novelty and nobody would be even talking about it.' Sandra Gaudet It's kind of cool, Ignace said of being the first black Confederation Player. More than a hashtag Making diverse, inclusive theatre the norm How do we make Canada's stages look more like our cities This festival is working on an answer Luke Junior Ignace plays John Hamilton Gray, the pro-Confederation premier of P.E.I. in 1864 who was white. We're getting to a place in theatre now, where the world is becoming so much more diverse and so many doors are opening for so many different types of people, ways of life, those barriers just don't exist any more. It's the 150th and we're making change, and that's good and we're leading it. It's a step in the right direction. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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