Friday Round-up: New (Same) Government, New COVID Passports, Same Ol’ Bernier

Canadians have voted. And after a $600-million election, we are right back to a minority Liberal government, virtually the same as the previous one. Meanwhile, COVID passports have kicked into effect, flights from India have resumed, and divisive People’s Party leader Maxime Bernier takes aim at journalists.

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Community Expectations High for First Filipina-Canadian MP

The first Filipina to be elected to Parliament has the immigrant community from the Philippines buzzing. But the work doesn’t stop at winning elections. In fact, the hard work begins now, community leaders say.

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Latinas Looking to Represent Diaspora on Parliament Hill

Two women born in Latin America are trying to battle the historical under-representation of women in politics in this upcoming federal election. NCM Reporter Isabel Inclan highlights some of the history that got them to where they are today and the plans they have for the country’s future.

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