Aruna Haider from Toronto was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer during the pandemic. While the treatment was going smooth, the mental toll it took on her was much worse than she thought.
Looking for romantic movies to watch this Valentine’s Day? Kuljeet Kaila recommends five love stories from around the world.View More What to Watch This Valentine’s Day
While the pandemic has created a focus on long-term care homes and senior’s residences, an often overlooked opportunity for job seekers is working as a personal support worker (PSW) or a development services worker (DSW), write Roxanna Spruyt of DeafBlind Ontario Services, Brian Dunne of PHSS and Ron Coristine of Community Living Chatham-Kent.View More Growing Demand for Community-based Support Services Creates Jobs
The winners of 2020’s LGBTQ2S+ January Marie Lapuz Youth Leadership Awards were announced last week.View More Christopher Nkambwe, Uganda-born Trans Woman, Wins Canadian Youth Leadership Award
Kherin Dimalanta could be sent back to the Philippines due to her costly dialysis treatment making her ineligible for permanent residency.View More Should Kherin Dimalanta Be Sent Back to the Philippines to Die?
New report calls for “Trusted Employer Program” to address growing foreign worker visa backlogView More Visa Processing Times for Foreign Workers “Are Absolutely Ridiculous”
The Canadian Ethnic Media Association recognizes and awards the important role multicultural media has in broadening our perspective.View More Recognizing the Importance of Multicultural Media
Canada’s economic recovery is dependent on the success of immigrants. Ola Halabi shares her story of finding her footing in Canada.View More Newcomers Like Ola Halabi Offer so Much to Canada’s Economic Recovery
Visible minorities make up 48.9 per cent of British Columbia’s population. The province has experienced a surge in racist incidents before and during the pandemic, prompting a campaign asking residents to reflect on themselves.View More B.C. Human Rights Commissioner asks Canadians to Self-Check, “Am I Racist?”
The extended economic impacts of COVID-19 have highlighted the issue of food insecurity in Canada, especially among marginalized people. One Brampton man has created a program to help those affected by giving them access to fresh organic produce.View More How a Brampton Non-Profit Battles Rising Food Insecurity
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it a “shadow pandemic” of intensified domestic violence and violence against women. Activists from two Ontario non-profits talk about their observations and what needs to change to achieve a violence-free society.View More United Nations Focuses Attention on Gender-Based Violence