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A short article from a 1929 issue of Literary Digest that clearly lays out the deepening frustration within 1920s Canada regarding the steady flow of Chinese immigrants to that country.

"The story of Chinese immigration reveals the fact that the early efforts to reduce the number of these immigrants resulted in the imposition of a head tax. The amount of this tax was increased from year to year until it reached $500.00..."

Today, the Chinese Canadian population is numbered 1,216,565 and is recognized as the largest of the eight ethnic groups that make up the Asian-Canadian community.

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''A Plan to Make Chinese Canadians'' (Literary Digest, 1929)

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