Multiculturalism debate Part 3: Are we too tolerant? Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Oct. 07, 2010 4:37PM EDT Last updated Friday, Oct. 08, 2010 9:39AM EDT Multiculturalism debate: Host Jacquie McNish, panelists Tarek Fatah, Jack Jedwab and journalist Marina Jimenez discuss how well Canada balances the religious beliefs of immigrants versus the cultural norms of society. Watch More Video: Video: Educators building pathways between universities and colleges Roger Martin: We must cultivate curiosity Olivier Roy: Students need to be partners with universities Travis Perry: Students bear too much of the financial burden Jennifer Lee: Graduate students lack real world experience Athena Green: High school doesn't prepare students for university Sara Diamond: Universities must reach out to their communities David Helfand, education innovator: One class at a time Sherry Mantyka: Making math add up Robert Huish: A course in changing the world Robert Mendenhall: Measuring learning, not time Hossein Rahnama: Monetizing education Daphne Koller: Education as a right Mike Glover: Too much theory, not enough practical knowledge Bring down language, cultural barriers Stephanie Rempel: Foreign study should be encouraged Video: Our education system is ready for reform Michael Ignatieff: Class size hurts teacher-student dialogue Robert Luke: Introduce career counselling earlier Lloyd Axworthy: Technology is reshaping post-secondary education Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Multiculturalism debate Part 5: Mosaic or mistake? Multiculturalism debate Part 2: Is the taxi-driving engineer a myth? Video debate Video debate: Which immigrants should get in to Canada?