Conservatives Misread Immigrants: Journalist Panel

by Leah Bjornson in Vancouver With the final ballots long since counted and the prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau preparing to name his cabinet, members and…

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The So-called ‘Ethnic Vote’ is Very Much in Play in 2015

by Paul Barber Waves of immigration throughout Canada’s history have made ethnic sub-populations key targets for Canadian election campaigns. Historically this has benefited the federal…

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The “Ethnic Vote”: All Over the Map

      by Michael Adams (@AdamsMichaelj) and Andrew Griffith (@Andrew_Griffith) Former Quebec premier Jacques Parizeau notoriously blamed the separatists’ defeat in the 1995 Quebec…

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Ethnic Media to Politicians: Engage With Diverse Communities Meaningfully

by Priya Ramanujam (@SincerelyPriya) in Scarborough, Ontario If the New Democratic Party (NDP) seeks to truly engage ethnic and racialized communities in this October’s federal…

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“Employers Likely to Always Have Limited Role in Immigrant Selection”

by Our Special Correspondent (@NewCdnMedia) Canada’s most seasoned academic on immigration, Prof. Jeffrey Reitz, suggests that the decision of the government to postpone and reduce…

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