EXCLUSIVE: Not too late for Canada to help stop Syria ‘killing machine’

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 a Syrian-Canadian who was in the running for the post…

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Historian urges Armenian diaspora and Turkish civil society to join forces

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 Armenian community in Toronto, ruling out that recognition would lead…

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Ryerson study makes case for more local content in ethnic media

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. Spawned on a Facebook page, it was about a sexual…

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Economy and visas dominated the meeting between Harper and Peña Nieto

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, Enrique Peña Nieto, and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, during…

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