There’s little evidence for the claims of systemic racism in Canada, says a new report, while noting that some minority groups earn more than their Caucasian counterparts.

“Systemic racism claims in Canada,” authored by Matthew Lau and published by the Aristotle Foundation for Public Policy, says that many minorities do well in Canada when considering educational attainment and income levels, some even surpassing Caucasians in these areas.
“Contrary to the narrative that racial minorities in Canada suffer widespread disadvantage, a Statistics Canada analysis of the weekly earnings of Canadian-born individuals based on 2016 Census data found many visible minority groups out-earn the white population,” Mr. Lau wrote.

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