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... the country. Talking about CPR role in all of that, it became a special event that helped collective-oriented Chinese people to gather in their own groups in order to counter cultural differences and other difficulties of the foreign country. It helped CPR workers to become that foundation for other immigrants, which helped newcomers to assimilate and successfully fight against racist attitude, unfair taxes and bans from job positions. Railway construction was that key occasion that allowed Chinese to integrate and become a significant part of Canadian population. As the conclusion for this research, it seems possible to suggest that CPR construction gave Chinese a cause to overcome marginalization and exclusion by white majority of Canadian population and as, nowadays situation shows, that was beneficial and profitable for Canada, as well as for Chinese ethnicity.
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