Canada Defends Fast-Track Refugee Plan to U.S.

In this week’s round-up of what’s been making headlines in Canada’s ethnic media: India’s Republic Day was not a celebration for everyone, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s visit to a Sikh shrine was less controversial than…

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Don Valley West Blitzed by Anti-sex Education Flyers on the Eve of Election

Residents in a Don Valley West neighbourhood have been blitzed with flyers over the past week linking Liberal leader Justin Trudeau to Ontario Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne, and suggesting that a vote for Trudeau is…

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Enabling Permanent Residents To Vote Municipally is ‘Smart Thing To Do’

The North Bay City Council voted last night 8-2 in support of the right of permanent residents to vote in municipal and school board elections. Letters will be sent to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, the…

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PULSE: The Caribbean – What You Didn’t Read in the Mainstream

While Caribbean, black and ethnic media as a whole may never be mainstream, they offer a fundamental contribution to racial discussions in Canada by bringing together communities, tying Canada to other countries and establishing a…

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