Class Neighbourhood: Whitney Pier and Multicultural
class neighbourhood: Originally from Whitney Pier, Cape Breton, Dr, according to The Chronicle Herald. Francis grew up in a uniquely multicultural working class neighbourhood. It was a big task, but one that she was more than ready for. She remembers realizing how special her community was after she left for Halifax to attend university in the early 80s. It gave such an opportunity to get to know different people, it was acceptance at such an early age. I always say Whitney Pier was multicultural before the word multicultural was even coined, she says. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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