Governments ignore ethnic media at their own peril

Immigration has fuelled what is perhaps the most thriving ethnic media scene anywhere in the world. Experts at the 4th Metropolis conference on multiculturalism stressed that supporting ethnic media is a public good, including for citizens, governments and democracy itself, Tazeen Inam reports.

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Filipino-Canadians Mark 49th Anniversary of Martial Law

Canadians of Philippine origin organized protests, information campaigns, vigils and other events on Sept. 21 and the days that followed to remember the proclamation of martial law in the archipelago nation. Although 49 years have passed since the proclamation in 1972, many of those assembled say that the long struggle that began that fateful day is not over yet, Veronica Cusi reports.

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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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