“I thought things are better in Canada. It was naïve of me to believe so,” said councillor Sav Dhaliwal.
Students awaiting the construction of a food hall on campus, are hopeful to see more options for ethnic food.
One-of-a-kind Cambridge community health centre recognizes changing demographics, increasing diversity of the community as it strives to create new programs and services.
In an exclusive interview with New Canadian Media, Lieutenant-General Jennie Carignan says the huge interest by new immigrants to join Canada’s Armed
Police, politicians and the public call for change in a system that allows Canada to remain a ‘source country’ for the international
The number of Cambridge farms, which has doubled in five years, could soon follow the Canada-wide decline as urban expansion kicks into
For years, discrimination has led to distrust in health care among the region’s heavily racialized population.
Activists fighting caste-based discrimination in Canada hail recent victories while opponents decry changes
In B.C. and Ontario, organizations are taking steps to fight caste-based discrimination. The decisions are contentious in South Asian diaspora groups.
Aisha Noaman says overcoming stereotypes and racial discrimination led her to want to provide service that was missing for the region's growing
The Region of Waterloo has spent more than $200K at encampments since September to hire security, dispose of garbage and install portable