New Report Calls for Stronger Anti-Racism Strategy as Attacks on Asian Community Spike

What might it be like to treat COVID-19 patients while also being targeted as the cause of the disease? Dr. Stephanie Go, an internal medicine specialist in Toronto, shares her experiences of both subtle and blatant racism at work.

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business women are opening new business ventures despite risks

Undaunted by COVID-19, These Women Entrepreneurs Are Thriving

Canada has more than 1.1 million small and mid-sized businesses, and 28 per cent of the country’s entrepreneurs are women. Even as COVID-19 continues to cause massive disruptions across all sectors, some women are daring to open new businesses despite the risks.

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Photo of Mustafa and Zülfinaz Özata, Turkish immigrants to Germany.

What Can Post-COVID Canada Glean from Post-War Germany?

Canada plans to support its post-COVID-19 economic recovery through immigration. LJI reporter Mansoor Tanweer explores a similar effort in post-war Germany through the lens of a Turkish immigrant, Mustafa Özata.

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Vaccine Access Needed for Migrant Workers and Undocumented

A coalition of 270 organizations asks Ottawa to make the COVID-19 vaccine accessible to migrant workers and undocumented residents, without them having to fear detention or deportation.

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