More than 60 per cent of Canadians think Asian immigration will positively impact the country states a new poll.

What Canadians think about Asian immigration, culture and technology

More than 60 per cent of Canadians think Asian immigration will positively impact the country, states a new poll, even as India, China, Philippines, Pakistan and South Korea consistently top the list of source countries for newcomers.

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Multiculturalism in practice remains barrier to full youth integration

Canada may be a symbol of successful multiculturalism around the world, but in practice, racialized youth say the policy has not created the equal-chance opportunities for immigrants it purports to. NCM’s Daniela Cohen reports.

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Islamophobia must remain top priority for Liberal government

Polls show most Canadians think racism is a problem in this country. While the Liberal government has taken certain positive steps toward addressing different kinds of racism, including Islamophobia, it needs to take more concrete action to cement itself as a leader and defender of human rights, not just domestically but globally, writes Reyhana Patel, the Islamic Relief Canada’s head of communications and government relations.

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‘Beijing Has No Right to Host 2022 Winter Olympics’

With the Tokyo Olympics behind us, the focus shifts to Beijing 2022 scheduled to begin in February amidst a wave of protests by human rights activists worldwide. Canadian activist, Sheng Xue, explains why she supports the protests through a personal account of the persecution she and her family has faced from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in a candid Q&A with NCM’s Joyeeta Ray.

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Protesters in Washington, D.C., carry a placard saying "The Uyghur genocide." Uyghurs are targetted by China's transnational repression campaign.

China’s Transnational Repression Campaign Reaches Canadians

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is involved in the biggest transnational repression campaign in the world, targeting people in at least 36 countries, including in Canada, states a recent Freedom House report.

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Border Services lists “X-Factors” Driving Irregular Migration

Current curbs on international travel, economic crises, the targeting of minority groups, organized crime and inhumane practices like female genital mutilation (FGM) in faraway places are among the factors that will continue to force migrants to put their lives at risk to reach Canadian shores.

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Federal Government Opens Pathways to Immigrants from Hong Kong

Due to rising political tensions in China, Canada creates a three-year open work permit for Hong Kong residents. The open work permit will be available to those who have graduated from post-secondary institutions in Canada or abroad within the last five years.

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