Paul Fromm is a Canadian immigration and free speech activist. He has a B.A., BEd., and M.A. in English Literature and Linguistics from the University of Toronto and has taken post-graduate studies in Education and literature at Waterloo University, Webster College in Missouri, and the University of San Francisco. He is a director of the Council of Conservative Citizens. He is in demand as a speaker in Canada, Australia, and the United States on immigration reform and the battle for free speech on the Internet. He is the founder of the Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform (C-FAR), the Canadian Association for Free Expression (CAFE), and the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee (CFIRC).
Diversity and multiculturalism
Singapore’s troubles with immigration and diversity