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In Quebec, Pandemic Hits Students From Developing Countries Harder Than Most

In Quebec, the pandemic has reinforced systemic inequities faced by international students from the developing world. In the first part of this two-part series, Christopher Chanco explores the experiences of one student from Central Africa.

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Three Books by African Authors that Helped Me Feel at Home in Canada

African authors offer rich narratives that have played a key role in shaping my thought process around relocating to a new country. From the complexities of growing up to confronting life-altering realities to the feeling of displacement that immigrants face – these stories will resonate with Canadian immigrants. Here is an introduction to three authors who tell stories of universal truths to the African diaspora.

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So Much Ignorance, Nonsense about Africa: Publisher

July 30 marked the 11th anniversary of the Patriotic Vanguard newspaper published from Vancouver. In our continuing effort to profile and work with ethnic media across Canada, New Canadian Media conducted an interview by e-mail…

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