NCM introduces a new column to explore immigration far away from the three cities that have dominated the conversation for decades: Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver (MTV).View More Smaller Cities Getting Ready for More New Arrivals
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer introduced a handful of new policy ideas during the nine month long leadership race, but Tory strategists suggest they likely won’t be part of the Tories 2019 election platform. Scheer has…View More Few of Scheer’s Policy Ideas Likely to Make 2019 Platform: Strategists
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau promised to replace the first-past-the-post electoral system of Canada during the last federal election campaign a year ago. Now that he is prime minister with a parliamentary majority, there is an…View More Don’t Mess with a Vote System that Works
For a long time the Latin American community has felt widely overlooked in Canada, according to Liberal candidate Michael Levitt, who is running in the Toronto riding York Centre. The Liberal candidate, who has one…View More Latinos Encouraged to Make Their Vote Count
With elections kicking into high gear, who would have thought that identity politics — with immigrants as public enemy number one — would be centre stage in the campaign chaos. Dog whistle politics are supposed…View More Brampton Once Again Ground Zero for “Ethnic Vote”
Advocates of the Conservative government’s ban on the wearing of the niqab during citizenship ceremonies claim that the policy supports women’s rights. For Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe, it’s a matter of “fundamental equality between…View More Mulcair’s Niqab Stance: Principle or Politics?
“Immigrants need to know the rules of this land.” “They need to know that Canadians do not tolerate violence against women.” “They need to know about hygiene.” “They need to know that you do not…View More Communicating to a new audience