Canada has been enriched by the contributions of citizens whose roots are in many lands. The diversity that they represent is not an impediment, but is in fact an integral part of the value that they bring. And yet, that very difference sometimes causes issues. We don’t always feel comfortable when confronted by behaviours or practices that are different from our own. How do we resolve these moments of conflict? If someone is “right” does that mean that the other person has to be “wrong’? That’s how a court or a tribunal might see it, but is there another way? Is it possible to build a country based on diversity, when diversity essentially means different?