The director of digital data and skills at the Business Council of Canada says in this guest column that the digital economy is a rising economic powerhouse, but it is operating nowhere near capacity. The answer? Our immigration system.View More Immigration is Key to Growing Canada’s Digital Economy
“The #CancelCanadaDay conversation isn’t a referendum on whether or not Canada is a good place to live. It’s about acknowledging the fact that Canada is built on a foundation of colonialism and Indigenous genocide,” writes Marcus Medford looking back on the Canada Day weekend.View More Canada Day: To Cancel or Celebrate?
Structural racism is pervasive throughout Canada’s institutions. A new survey aims to shed light on the causes and possible systemic solutions.View More Most Canadians Experience Racism Where They Live: Survey
The Muslim Canadian community continues to mourn the loss of four members of a Muslim family killed in Sunday’s Islamophobic attack. Reyhana Patel is calling on Canadians to stand up for and befriend their Muslim neighbours and work colleagues in a sign of solidarity.View More ‘Stand Up for Your Harassed Muslim Co-worker’
“Canada is not exempt from racism, Islamophobia and intolerance,” writes London resident and political candidate, Mohamed Hammoud. Muslim Canadians across the country are struggling with the tragic loss of four Muslim residents of London, Ontario.View More London Killings: When Tragedy Hits Home
Italy’s government was one of the first to institute lockdowns and quarantines when the COVID-19 pandemic first struck in early 2020. The ensuing days were filled with fear, uncertainty and panic. What was the experience like for the many Canadians who call Italy home? NCM’s Italy correspondent reports.View More Italy’s Return to La Dolce Vita with COVID-19
New statistics show that the highest rate of COVID-19 is happening in the Greater Toronto area, putting multi-generational homes under the microscope as potential sources for outbreaks.View More Why Overcrowded Housing Has to be Fixed to Prevent Future Pandemics
NCM reporter Hakam Kherallah is in Turkey, home to the world’s largest Syrian refugee community, to examine the attitudes of the diaspora to the Syrian presidential elections.View More Syrian Elections: Farce or Another Rebranding Attempt?
The fact that Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, was found guilty of murdering George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, should be considered a victory, but there lies a long, difficult road ahead, writes Marcus Medford.View More Don’t Hold Your Breath: Thoughts on the Derek Chauvin Trial
Ambassador K. P. Fabian, who served in Canada representing India from 1982 to 1985, analyzes the pandemic situation in India and suggests solutions. Canada and the broader international community have a role to play.View More A Letter From Delhi