A Canadian man has pleaded guilty to a terrorism charge in the United States for supporting the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Ellam (LTTE) in Sri…View More Canadian Tamil pleads guilty to terrorism charge in the U.S.
The Open Border concept seems to be the rubric that is getting a lot of attention among immigration specialists these days. It questions the very…View More Ryerson conference tests Open Border concept
It’s not too late for Canada to play a more pivotal role in the fight against Bashar Al Assad’s “killing machine” in Syria, according to…View More EXCLUSIVE: Not too late for Canada to help stop Syria ‘killing machine’
More than 100 Egyptian-Canadians flocked to the U.S. consulate in downtown Toronto on April 20 to protest the U.S. administration’s backing the “fascist brotherhood regime”…View More 100 Protest U.S. Backing of Egypt’s Islamist Rulers
Even before its planned opening in 2014, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba has had its share of critics. They insist that…View More Winnipeg museum needs rethink, say immigrant groups
The Armenian Diaspora and Turkey’s civil society should work together to pressure the Turkish government to recognize the Armenian Genocide, a Turkish-German historian told the…View More Historian urges Armenian diaspora and Turkish civil society to join forces
Unknown to the larger Canadian public and media, a story that originated in Toronto this month had caught the interest of Koreans around the world.…View More Ryerson study makes case for more local content in ethnic media
Economic issues, deepening the relationship within the North American continent and the Canadian visa requirement for Mexicans, dominated the meeting held elected president of Mexico,…View More Economy and visas dominated the meeting between Harper and Peña Nieto
TORONTO – National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada NEPMCC organized a reception and presentation of the Report on Canada’s Community-based Ethnic Language Media…View More Ethnic media in the spotlight at Toronto event
“Canada will burn, praise Allah,” someone wrote on the walls of the Victory Peace memorial in Toronto. We do know for sure that two Afghan-Canadian…View More Where did Afghan-Canadian loyalties lie on Remembrance Day?