She’s sarcastic, smart and probably the boldest South Asian protagonist ever found in a TV series. Meet Devi Vishwakumar, of the latest Netflix series ‘Never Have I Ever’.View More Never Have I Ever: A “Must Watch” Show About First-Generation Immigrant Youth
The COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on the marginalized, under-served, and those with pre-existing vulnerabilities who lack the tools to weather the economic fallout.View More Are Canadians Truly ‘In It Together’?
Newcomers are adapting to life in Canada by starting their own businesses and have become the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the country. Two Brazilian-Canadian entrepreneurs explain why you need passion and resilience to launch a new business.View More Immigrants are Drivers of Entrepreneurship in Canada, Study Finds
The federal government announced Wednesday that special flights back to Canada will be offered at an average cost of $2,900, which is far more than the usual average airfare.View More Government Offers Flight Lifeline for Stranded Travellers, At a Cost
Public health and safety guidelines change on a daily basis as the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps across Canada. Information is conveyed in English, French and sign language, but there’s concern that important and even life-saving information is not being translated for newcomers who don’t comprehensively understand either of Canada’s official languages.View More Sounding the Alarm Over Canada’s Language Gaps in Pandemic Information
The rampant spread of COVID–19 is forcing cultural institutions across Canada to shut their doors and cancel events. New Canadian Media talks to immigrant artists and performers about finding creative ways forward.View More As Our World Shifts, Can the Show Go On?
The spread of coronavirus is breaking new ground in the relationship between employers and workers, where both sides are trying to determine the rights and obligations in the midst of a global pandemic.View More COVID-19 Fallout: Immigrant Worker Seeks Help as Canada Unveils Aid Plan
In the GTA, immigrants between 35 to 44 earn some 25% less than people born in Canada, but by the time they reach 45 to 54 they stand to earn almost 40% less than Canadian-born counterpartsView More Immigrant Professionals Hitting Toronto’s Glass Ceiling for Job Market
Migrating to a new country is a big step for the future, and learning to handle finances correctly, including learning the truth behind common misconceptions, is an important stepView More Busting Canadian Finance Myths and Embracing Newcomers
Her film, called A Kandahar Away, follows the Jamal family to Kandahar, Sask.View More A Tale of Two Communities Worlds Apart: Filmmaker Connects with Small Prairie Town