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
“Canadians do not hate him [Trudeau] enough to show him the exit door.”View More A Glimpse into Trudeau’s Victory through the Eyes of Ethnic Media
“All these debates could achieve one thing – making Trudeau the prime minister of Canada once again – not due to Trudeau’s ability, but due to the others’ inability”View More Election Debates: A Tale of Two Hares and Four Turtles
The following immigration stories reviewed in September were picked from 600 print, radio and TV outlets in CanadaView More Is Immigration a Major Issue for Ethnic Media as Election Looms?
In at least one instance, an ethnic media organization weighed in with commentary wondering why it has taken the government so long to wake upView More Multicultural Media Sound Alarm Over ‘Fake News’
What hasn’t been widely discussed, however, is how creating a dependency situation risks undermining provinces over the long haulView More ‘Trusted’ Media Subsidy Increases Risk of Politically-Biased News
Three quarters of Brampton’s population are ethnic minorities, but local media has yet to catch up. A recent survey of diversity in Brampton newsrooms shows…View More How Diverse Are Brampton Newsrooms?
Women of colour in journalism bring a lot to the job. And take a lot, too.View More Working as the Newsroom’s ‘Diversity Hire’
Our first goal was to demonstrate that we could indeed produce high-quality journalism using largely immigrant talent. We’ve done that in spades. It’s our calling cardView More A Mongrel among Media
Last week the Quebec government released details on how it planned on disbursing $36.4 million to struggling newspapers over the next five years. This money…View More Only Quebec has a plan to save community newspapers