THE 100 Year Journey annual gala on Saturday, October 1 celebrated past, present, and future Indo-Canadian trailblazers. The evening built upon the last two year’s historical reflections with an awards program that recognized current and future pillars of the community with six individuals who have opened doors and broken new ground as “Pioneers” and “Navigators” and one individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the Indo-Canadian community as an “Ambassador”.
Posters ‘in no way reflect the inclusive, diverse and caring culture of this university,’ says President Cannon EARLY Tuesday morning, about 40 anti-Muslim posters were found and removed by Campus Security on the University of Calgary’s main campus.
“The University of Calgary is committed to creating a safe and respectful campus for all […]
TORONTO: The Law Society of Upper Canada’s Challenges Faced by Racialized Licensees Working Group on Thursday released a report proposing 13 recommendations to address issues of systemic racism in the legal professions.
The report is the culmination of thorough study and province-wide consultations, showing that racialized lawyers and paralegals face longstanding and significant challenges at all stages […]
It’s very competitive to find jobs in Toronto, let alone for those Brits thinking of coming over to try their luck. Any little helps, basically. CanPrep, offered by JVS Toronto, is a free specialized employment program designed for internationally trained individuals immigrating to Canada to help them quickly connect to a career. The program is […]
Brits in Toronto
BY AARON WUDRICK Federal Director Canadian Taxpayers Federation LAST week, news broke that federal Health Minister Jane Philpott had spent $1,700 on a high-end car service for a single day of driving her around the Toronto area. Her office then revealed there were more in the same vein: a $2,000 bill for a car […]
Vancouver: A look at Vancouver-area incomes brings new clarity to the British Columbia government’s moves to dampen the region’s red-hot real estate market.
Recent months have seen a politically charged debate over the causes and consequences of sky-high housing prices in Metro Vancouver. The pace of price increases has been unprecedented, particularly for detached homes. In some areas, prices have more than doubled in value in five years.
-- Canada's economic development minister Navdeep Bains at a Public Policy Forum economic summit