Wrapping up our series on "Immigrants on the Frontlines of Fighting COVID-19," we look into the relationship between health care and immigrants in Canada.
November 25 is United Nations International Day to Eliminate Violence against Women. Creating awareness of the global epidemic of violence against women is crucial. But…View More Calling out honour-based violence
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?
“Never seen one of these,” quipped the officer at the Ministry of Transportation as I showed him my Singapore Driver’s License as proof of my…View More Confused and hyphenated: moving to Toronto
TIMMINS – I don’t understand why so many people get upset about immigrants coming to this country. Of course you have to remember I have a…View More Most came to Canada as immigrants
Vivek Wadhwa has become something of a media darling in the United States for championing immigration reform in this very political season. He uses every…View More Immigrant Exodus: Why America is Losing the Global Race to Capture Entrepreneurial Talent
Immigrants to Canada are led to believe that acquiring Canadian citizenship comes at little cost, and that’s perhaps why we have one of the highest…View More A conundrum for dual nationals
If Australia and Canada were brothers, they would very likely be twins. These two nations have evolved in parallel on either side of the globe,…View More An aus-some example
Joe Daniel, the MP representing Don Valley East outside Toronto, has a remarkable personal narrative. With a name like Joe Daniel, there are few who…View More As multicultural as his constituents: MP Joe Daniel
A rose by any other name is still a rose, or so the Muse wrote, but Shakespeare may have been a little more circumspect had…View More Does your name work for you?