Monique Polak’s new recipe book features 19 recipes from Quebec’s first-generation immigrants and First Nations communities as a way to bridge various cultures and histories together through food.View More Connections Forged with Food
Several parents are putting social isolation to good use, taking time to teach their children about their immigrant heritage. This story traces their lineage and finds out why it matters to these families and the country.View More Parents Use New Family Time to Help Kids Rediscover their Roots
Ontario cabinet minister Michael Chan has joined issue with the Globe and Mail over its reporting this week suggesting he could be a threat to national security on account of his close ties with China.…View More I’m No Dupe of China, Rebuts Michael Chan
Naheed Nenshi’s meteoric rise – from relative obscurity to being the new face of Western Canada – was fodder for international media when he first became Calgary’s mayor in 2010. Since then, he has orchestrated…View More In Conversation with Naheed Nenshi
The Juggler’s Children: A journey into Family, Legend and the Genes that Bind Us, a Governor General’s literary award finalist by Toronto-based journalist and author Carolyn Abraham, is a fascinating personal journey into the author’s…View More What am I?
Women of the Indian diaspora are often portrayed as hyper-sexual and constantly rebelling against their own heritage in efforts to assimilate to Western norms. Often, they are “rescued” by a male protagonist who inspires them…View More Namastey Canada
Joe Daniel, the MP representing Don Valley East outside Toronto, has a remarkable personal narrative. With a name like Joe Daniel, there are few who would connect him with South Asian origins. But that is…View More As multicultural as his constituents: MP Joe Daniel