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Thousands of families will soon get a second chance to bring parents and grandparents to Canada. That’s the good news recently announced by Immigration, Refugees…View More Changes Coming to Parent and Grandparent Immigration?
I published my debut novel, Belief, in Canada last year. It’s the story of an immigrant family’s struggle to integrate into the Canadian mainstream. Just when everything seems…View More Whose Voice is it Anyway?
Belief is a novel by Mayank Bhatt, a Mumbai-born resident of Toronto. It tells the story of the son of Indian immigrants to Canada who…View More Novel Explores Road to Radicalization
As a child, it wasn’t unusual for Ann Y.K. Choi to be at work behind the counter of her family’s convenience store in Toronto. She…View More Family’s Courage Shines on in Story of Corner Shop
by Daniel Leon Rodriguez in Calgary Many immigrant men feel isolated, fearful and lost upon arrival in Canada, according to multiple researchers and social agencies…View More Resettlement Woes: Men Struggle to Find Identity
Pakistani women enjoy more autonomy in the home and greater overall life satisfaction in Canada compared to what they experienced back home, a new study…View More Driving Change: Pakistani Women Find Autonomy in Canada
Asking seniors subtle questions about their daily routines opens up dialogue – and can point to signs of elder abuse, which rarely reveals itself in…View More Breaking Silence Around Elder Abuse
As the federal government prepares to table its 2016 immigration targets by March 9, Immigration Minister John McCallum has indicated that it would be more…View More Canada Seeks “The Perfect Immigrants”
Flesh, Tongue, Yaya Yao’s first collection of poetry, brings you to a crossroads where you have a desire for belonging in the place you feel…View More The Poetry of Generational Difference