Language is tied to one's culture, history and sense of identity. But immigrants in Canada struggle to keep their mother tongues.
Learning both official languages has clear socio-economic advantages, but what about the mother tongues of newcomers? Experts say children from other countries
Schools' and universities' curricula might be intercultural, but the fact everything is taught in one language only -- English -- limits inclusivity.
Two Kurdish Canadian artists, writer Ava Homa and musician Kazım Boran, share their thoughts on the persecution of Kurds as two fellow