Writer Tunde Asaju discusses why the abduction of over 300 female students from their school in Jangebe, Zamfara State connects to Canadian politics and the moral courage of public office.View More Why the Jangebe Kidnappings Baffle Canada
Writer Kamal Aboulmagd examines how false and wrong information impact political discourse about immigrationView More Disinformation and the Fracturing of Political Discourse
Pinoys on Parliament builds a virtual community for Filipino Canadians to be represented and empowered.View More Youth Conference Empowers Filipino Canadians
New research looks into how online abuse continues to threaten democracy as politicians face hate online.View More Online Incivility and Abuse in Canadian Politics
Column reviews the trajectories of three Black women politicians who have recently been in the news and looks to the future with optimism.View More A Seat at the Table: Black Women in Politics
Overshadowed by the steady stream of mainstream media coverage, a content analysis of ethnic media outlets shows how they have kept their audiences informed during the pandemic.View More Analysis: How Ethnic Media is Covering the Pandemic
I consider it my good fortune to have been born, as you said, in one of the so-called “shithole” countries in Africa.View More Open Letter to Trump: Grateful I Chose Canada over the U.S.
There have also been similar online movements outside of Canada. An online petitioner asked Singapore to ban travellers from China.View More Coronavirus: Misleading Information Sparking Racist Backlash
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
The garbage talk that has dominated headlines in the past weeks is beginning to be a political circus. Nobody knows who is telling the truth, and until we see the container ship docked in the…View More Trash Talk Across the Pacific: Is It All Garbage?