Canada appears to be losing its value of multiculturalism as 68 per cent of poll respondents say minorities should do more to
Put yourself in their shoes, says Winnipeg-based writer; everyone can hear your accent — except you
Through 26 essays, immigrant writers explore their relationship to both their mother tongue and their learned one, English.
Bengali intellectuals in Canada call for more efforts to keep the Bengali youth interested in their native language and literary heritage.
In this week’s round-up of what’s been making headlines in Canada’s media: the federal government has a new plan to welcome immigrants
Recent research shows that employers and newcomers value language and communication skills quite differently. Where 95 per cent of employers consider these
Bilingualism is arguably what sets Canada apart from the rest of North America – it has historically been the strength of our
“Immigrants need to know the rules of this land.” “They need to know that Canadians do not tolerate violence against women.” “They