Chinese-Canadians are in support of stronger restrictions to contain COVID-19 even as businesses close and schools remain virtual.
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 rates of naturalization in the world. The government itself acknowledges…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, united by vast geography and an immigrant-based demography. When Prime…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 would connect him with South Asian origins. But that is…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 he visited Canada in the 21st century. Here, your name…View More Does your name work for you?
An estimated 214 million people — about 3% of the world’s population — have migrated across international borders as of 2010. While the percentage may seem small, if the migrants were counted as one nation,…View More Faith on the move
Canadians have seen a flurry of changes to federal immigration policy since a majority government was elected in the spring of 2011. They have affected every aspect of immigration, from the economic class and temporary…View More Immigration Policy: The sound of one hand clapping
My summer travels across southern Ontario and northeastern United States pointed out to me two trends that have shaped immigration to North America. First, that giving immigration officers absolute discretion to accept or reject immigrants…View More Living History
“Ghetto” is such an evocative word. It brings to mind an urban setting with slum-like conditions, populated by people on the margins of society. First used to describe living conditions for Jews in 13th century…View More No ghetto in the making
Canada is a multicultural country, but has a policy of bilingualism. So, what happens to the scores of languages that make up Canada’s multicultural fabric? Can we divorce the languages spoken by immigrants from the…View More Sorry, I don’t speak French
Six years into office and on the first anniversary of forming a majority government in Ottawa, the Conservatives see a very different Canada from the one bequeathed to them by the Liberals. Of course, there…View More The changing face of Canada’s immigration