By Surjit Singh Flora in Brampton, ON Access to mobile technology can be both a blessing and a curse. Smartphones are used to make calls…View More Ontarians Side with Ford on Cellphone Ban
By Devanshu Narang in Toronto, ON Time to stop sugar-coating and say it as it is. White privilege. White power. White preposterousness. They exist. Period.…View More The Colour White
Women of colour in journalism bring a lot to the job. And take a lot, too. By Anya Zoledziowski in Edmonton, AB Sunny Dhillon rocked…View More Working as the Newsroom’s ‘Diversity Hire’
by Mansoor Ladha in Calgary, AB I love the show, Little Mosque on the Prairies, shot in a fictitious town call Mercy. This is a…View More Why I Love ‘Little Mosque on the Prairie’
by Surjit Singh Flora in Brampton, ON Canadians, believe it or not, Justin Trudeau was a drama teacher, and he is still a drama teacher.…View More The SNC-Lavalin Affair: An All-Drama Trudeau Show
Commentary by Don Curry, North Bay, ON Thursday’s rural and remote regions immigration attraction announcement by federal Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen should be well received…View More Immigration Announcement Good News for smaller Centres
By Maria Assaf in Oxford, England In 2016 Canada’s first Syrian newspaper, The Migrant, was founded by Kameel Nasrawi. Nasrawi worked as a journalist and screenplay…View More What Stops Refugees from doing Journalism?
Commentary by Jagdeesh Mann in Vancouver, BC Earlier this year, Rena Heer, a former reporter for CTV and CP24 in Toronto, hosted a gathering at…View More Sunny Dhillon Quitting Exposes need for Change in Mainstream Media
Commentary by: Jamie Liew in Ottawa, ON There’s been a lot of talk about getting rid of birthright citizenship in Canada and the United States.…View More Birthright Citizenship Ban will Impact Everyone
Commentary by Mohamed Hammoud in London, ON “All Jews must die.” This was the shout of a lone gunman as he opened fire on a…View More If you Prick Us, Do We Not Bleed?