NCM introduces a new column to explore immigration far away from the three cities that have dominated the conversation for decades: Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver (MTV).
It’s been 2 months since a massive 4.8 million dollar chandelier was unveiled under the Granville Bridge, and many articles have been written criticizing the developer, Westbank Corp., for hanging the chandelier over the homeless people of Vancouver. Many people are asking the same question: “What could have done with that money for homeless people?”View More What Spins, Weighs 3.4 Tonnes and Insults Vancouver’s Homeless?
‘You’ll notice that we have more in common than we do differences.’ That is the epitome of the audacity of hope. It’s the boldness to believe in your resolution and having the courage to support it in your thoughts and actions.View More Obama’s Toronto talk Reminds Me of the Audacity of Hope
Now, one of the warring brothers, the architect of the crime, has diedView More Why Won’t Canada Help Me Get My Mother’s Killers?
The Indian state is now taking the first step of declaring to its citizens and to the rest of the world that they do not believe in the very constitution that defines its existenceView More India’s Slow March to Becoming a “Hindu Nation”
Books help us appreciate cultures, open hearts and minds, and promote tolerance and understandingView More Inclusive Storytelling: What Canadians Can Do
Away from national issues of hostages, espionage and trade, China has also been blamed for local problemsView More BC Mayor Making Name for Himself by Standing Up to Beijing
Fifteen years later, Suketu Mehta has published another path breaking book. ‘This is Our Land – An immigrant’s manifesto’View More A Conversation with Award-Winning Author Suketu Mehta
Urging journalists to be a catalyst for change, Dawson said: “Use your skills to highlight courage and creativity and not just conflict or crises”View More Fabian Dawson Becomes First Asian-Canadian to Win Prestigious Webster Award
The ones who’re born into a democracy may take the value of democracy as a given! They might not know about the governments who live in palaces, who sit on thronesView More Oct. 21 Vote: A Failure of Journalism and Democracy
After six years, with the help of relatives and friends, she and two siblings blended into the darkness and crossed the city’s fortified borderView More Having Lived as Vietnamese Refugees, Pair Steps up as Private Sponsors for Syrians