NCM reporter Hakam Kherallah is in Turkey, home to the world’s largest Syrian refugee community, to examine the attitudes of the diaspora to the Syrian presidential elections.View More Syrian Elections: Farce or Another Rebranding Attempt?
Other than a generally immigrant-friendly outlook, a review of ethnic media Oct. 27 – Nov. 1 shows that these outlets foresee a relatively stable government — “stable as a mountain” in the description of one Chinese outletView More Ethnic Media Coverage Portrays Minority Liberals as Friendly to Immigrants
“Canadians do not hate him [Trudeau] enough to show him the exit door.”View More A Glimpse into Trudeau’s Victory through the Eyes of Ethnic Media
In general, differences among the four main parties are a matter of nuanceView More Election 2019: Party Platform Immigration Comparison
“All these debates could achieve one thing – making Trudeau the prime minister of Canada once again – not due to Trudeau’s ability, but due to the others’ inability”View More Election Debates: A Tale of Two Hares and Four Turtles
The following immigration stories reviewed in September were picked from 600 print, radio and TV outlets in CanadaView More Is Immigration a Major Issue for Ethnic Media as Election Looms?
In at least one instance, an ethnic media organization weighed in with commentary wondering why it has taken the government so long to wake upView More Multicultural Media Sound Alarm Over ‘Fake News’
Q. As an immigrant policy expert, what did you think of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) calling Canada’s intake system a “BENCHMARK” for the rest of the world? A. Largely correct. Canada…View More Q&A: Policy Expert Analyzes Role of Immigration in Canada’s Upcoming Election
We certainly have online platforms in Canada that are used to distribute and amplify fringe political viewsView More Q&A: Russian Disinformation Expert Weighs Threats of Election Meddling, Fake News
We decided to examine the social media debates about the Québec mosque shooting, so we collected 18,533 tweets from Jan. 30 to Feb. 12, 2017, using the hashtags #QuebecShooting and #QuebecMosqueShootingView More Twitter Trolls who Fabricated Hate over Québec Mosque Shooting may Return for Federal Election