Newcomers Among Hardest Hit During Pandemic, Research Shows

While Canadians from across the country have felt the economic impact of COVID-19, a new study from the Association of Canadian Studies (ACS) explains how the pandemic has been especially painful to new Canadians. The…

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Story Book Gives Nod to Canada’s Multilingualism

The stories in the Best of All Worlds represent seven of the most commonly spoken immigrant languages in Canada’s largest cities. Reinforcing heritage languages alongside Canada’s two official languages reflects policy that has set Canada…

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Journey Back to Vietnam Becomes Universal Story

Kim Thuy’s fourth novel continues the author’s style of recalling her own journey to Canada and crossing linguistic and cultural boundaries. “I don’t mind at all being considered as migrant literature, Asian literature, Canadian literature,…

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Religious Accommodation Still a Struggle in Quebec

On one of the final stops during its two-year, cross-country “Our Canada” workshop series, the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) held an open conversation about faith and social inclusion in Montreal last month. According to…

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