In the House, people are elected and Canadians have said that there's nothing wrong with voting in brown or black people, ... This indicates that the people of Canada want Parliament to be reflective of society as opposed to the Prime Minister who hasn't appointed one visible minority to the Senate.
There's a business case for diversity that has nothing to do with money, Sen. Oliver told The Hill Times . If you have 10 visible minorities and you put them in a room to resolve an issue, their conclusions will be much better, ... Conclusions that are diverse are always better than if you have the same white guys in black suits making decisions. We need diverse points of view from diverse people.