Unable to enter the industry given the "Canadian experience” barrier, many foreign journalists are turning to creating their own outlets and platforms,
Data shows that it can take up to 10 years for immigrants to break into their field. In the meantime, many journalists
Even in exile, Salman Haider has continued using social media to oppose blasphemy laws in Pakistan and advocate for human rights.
While refugee journalists who seek asylum in Canada are able to lead relatively safer lives, they are often thrust into survival jobs
Kept out of the mainstream, Latino journalists with decades of experience have had to resort to creating their own media to survive,
Getting race-base data from Canadian media organizations has been no easy feat, writes John Miller, who has shone a spotlight on newsroom
There is a lot of talk about diversity in the media, but half of Canadian newsrooms are staffed entirely by white individuals,
As the federal election date nears, NCM looks into the role played by ethnic media in encouraging voting and informing ballot choices.
Critics argue media organizations are failing to adequately report on the suffering and silencing of Palestinians and Israel’s disproportionate use of force.
The Turkish diaspora in Canada is gripped by the revelations of an exiled mafia boss, who claims to be exposing crimes of