A screenshot of the document released by Citizenship and Immigration Canada

Punjab’s plans raise hue and cry from consultants

The Punjab government may be trying to monopolize the international student market by becoming the sole immigration consultancy agency in that Indian state, which would have far reaching consequences for Canada’s immigration consultants.

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The new film intertwines the coming-out stories, and challenges, of three South Asian youth from the LGBTQ community.

Award-winning documentary gives voice to South Asian LGBTQ community

A new documentary, “Emergence,” came together as one South Asian youth struggled with homelessness after being disowned by his South Asian family for being gay. The film tells the stories of three such individuals, including the producer.

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100 years of Remembrance: time to usher in new heroes

As Canadians celebrate 100 years of Remembrance commemorations, author and director of the Indus Media Foundation, Steven Purewal, says it’s time to recognize the significant contributions of British Indian Army troops to Canada’s success in the Great War.

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Tired of being exploited, international students shame “wage thieves”

After asking and negotiating failed, a grassroots group of international students in Cambridge, Ontario is turning to shaming tactics to push unscrupulous employers into paying owed wages. While some in the community question the tactics, the group is undeterred. NCM’s Pradip Rodrigues reports.

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Victory Colony, 1950 Gives a Voice to Forgotten Refugees

A novel steeped in history and a deep sense of place, Victory Colony, 1950 is a story about resilience and self-empowerment, two qualities needed for survival when faced with unspeakable tragedy, but also ultimately about the East Bengali refugees’ inexhaustible generosity, solidarity, and dignity.

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A Daughter’s Reflection On Her Father’s Death and COVID’s Grip On India

As Indian Canadians continue to face devastating news of the COVID-19 crisis in India, they mourn loved ones from thousands of kilometres away. Vrunda Bhatt reports on travelling to India from Toronto following her father’s funeral and the current state of vaccinations in the country.

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