In Brampton, and more generally in Peel region, Canadians need to curb their desire to gather. Unless we take public health guidelines more seriously, the worst of COVID-19 may yet lie ahead, writes Surjit Flora.
A wide-ranging national opinion poll that looks at Canadian attitudes towards Asians found that 78 per cent of those surveyed said policies should be in place to punish racial crimes.View More Anti-Asian Racism Won’t Go Away After COVID-19
It’s time to change the narrative, says Jason Mackay, founder of Collective Bunch, a new initiative to promote the participation of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour in Vancouver’s film industry.View More On a Mission to Add More Colour to Vancouver’s Film Industry
Global travel is depressed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but despite this Canada has remained an attractive destination for those hoping to start a new life in a new country.View More Interest in Immigrating to Canada High Despite Pandemic, Report Finds
Dear Journalism: Audiences of national media have too long been presumed to be white. A New York Times editor argues it’s time to change that.View More What Colour is Your Reader?
YWCA Metro Vancouver launched a program focused on helping refugee women with their resettlement process in the Lower Mainland.View More Program Helps Refugee Women Resettle in British Columbia
Canada should look beyond easy student visas, granting work permits and a path to citizenship if it wants to stay ahead of the game, says an expert on international graduates’ career outcomes in Asia.View More “Employability” is Key to Canada’s Foreign Student Recruitment Drive
As COVID-19 creates difficulties for those hoping to settle in Canada, Migrant Students United advocates for the renewal of post-graduate work permits of international students.View More International Students Call for Renewal of Work Permits, Reduction of Tuition Fees
It’s a joke that gets retold every American election season, and 2020 is no exception. Americans are once again venting their frustrations and saying they will move to Canada because their favoured candidate did not win. Enter Maple Match.View More Dating Site Returns to Help Americans Find a Match in Canada
Due to rising political tensions in China, Canada creates a three-year open work permit for Hong Kong residents. The open work permit will be available to those who have graduated from post-secondary institutions in Canada or abroad within the last five years.View More Federal Government Opens Pathways to Immigrants from Hong Kong
The government is stepping up its efforts to screen arrivals to Canada through the ArriveCAN app prior to landing. Failure to provide the required information can result in the involvement of law enforcement.View More Coming to Canada During COVID-19? You’ll Need an App for That