‘You’re in Canada now’: BC man berates women for not speaking English

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An incident caught on camera in Richmond, B.C., has generated more than 300,000 views on TikTok.

Alberta resident Donna Damaso said she was heading to the Vancouver airport on Aug. 11 when she came across two women trying to purchase tickets for the SkyTrain.

She said they were speaking to each other in Chinese and a man was standing nearby, watching them.

He then started asking them where they were from.

“At first I was agitated, really. I saw a lot of people walking by and not saying anything and that’s when I decided to confront him,” Damaso told Global News.

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