A study revealed that on average, newcomers seeking a rental home face 11 times as much discrimination as non-newcomers
The Canadian Association of Journalists’ newsroom diversity survey shows little progress from a year ago.
Industry critics want structural changes for the province's Practice Ready Assessment program to have any effect.
Toronto City Council sees latest municipal election as historic victory in progressive politics. But is it too little too late?
While many residents agree with criticism of the 'double standards,' they worry not speaking to the paper is going too far.
A new initiative – by and for Muslims – uses a pop culture lens to focus on narratives, audiences and power
Though there is a current program focusing on privately sponsored refugees, advocates say it is inadequate for the unfolding humanitarian crisis
Seven Newmarket Asian massage parlours that have applied for a licence have been denied. Four non-Asian ones have been approved.
Protest organizers say they have helped newcomers and international student workers get over $200,000 in owed wages
‘We simply don’t know how many internationally educated healthcare professionals are in the country’
Without a national system to collect and share data about immigrant healthcare workers, the true scope of the problem cannot be known.