More than 60 per cent of Canadians think Asian immigration will positively impact the country states a new poll.

What Canadians think about Asian immigration, culture and technology

More than 60 per cent of Canadians think Asian immigration will positively impact the country, states a new poll, even as India, China, Philippines, Pakistan and South Korea consistently top the list of source countries for newcomers.

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Systemic barriers keeping foreign nurses from filling shortages

Systemic barriers rooted in Canada’s immigration policy are pushing many foreign nurses to jobs outside of their profession and others to the brink of mental and physical exhaustion. NCM’s Alec Regino reports.

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Filipina journalist’s Nobel Peace Prize highlights struggle for democracy

Filipina journalist Maria Ressa’s Nobel Peace Prize and her courageous reporting helps put a spotlight on the Philippine’s struggle for democracy and widespread criticism of President Rodrigo Duterte, Veronica Cusi writes.

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Filipino-Canadians Mark 49th Anniversary of Martial Law

Canadians of Philippine origin organized protests, information campaigns, vigils and other events on Sept. 21 and the days that followed to remember the proclamation of martial law in the archipelago nation. Although 49 years have passed since the proclamation in 1972, many of those assembled say that the long struggle that began that fateful day is not over yet, Veronica Cusi reports.

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