Canada became officially multicultural in nineteen-seventy-one, although it can be argued that the country has never been monocultural, or even bicultural. The native Canadians who lived on the land originally were diverse linguistically and culturally. The addition in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries of various European cultures only served to enhance the original diversity.
The design consists of 14 different most spoken languages in Canada, including English, French, Chinese, Japanese, Greek, Russian, Italian, Polish, Hebrew, Urdu, Korean, Spanish, Braille and Morris Code.
Width : 10 cm