The new film intertwines the coming-out stories, and challenges, of three South Asian youth from the LGBTQ community.

Award-winning documentary gives voice to South Asian LGBTQ community

A new documentary, “Emergence,” came together as one South Asian youth struggled with homelessness after being disowned by his South Asian family for being gay. The film tells the stories of three such individuals, including the producer.

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Racial bullying in schools result of ‘whitewashed history’

Findings from a recent study indicate that despite being taught multicultural values and inclusion at school, racial and ethnic bullying in Canadian schools prevails. Experts say it has to do with the lack of education on Canada’s history with racism and white supremacy. NCM’s Baisakhi Roy reports.

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Time to expand international student work permit program: experts

As a series of recent global surveys show Canada dominating the international student destination rankings, calls are mounting for the expansion of the country’s Post Graduate Work Permit program.

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Jeune femme - marche pour les femmes

Marche mondiale des femmes, le 17 octobre, le Volet des Femmes marchera pour le droit des femmes

La Marche mondiale des femmes 2021 touchera cinq enjeux, soit la lutte contre la pauvreté, les changements climatiques, les femmes migrantes et immigrantes et les femmes autochtones.

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Travailleurs agricoles

Les producteurs agricoles exigent le partage de main-d’œuvre

Les producteurs agricoles au Québec aimeraient voir des changements aux politiques liées au travailleurs étrangers afin de répondre à la pénurie de main-d’œuvre.

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Applying for Permanent Residence in Quebec: Lives On Hold

While other provinces and territories process permanent residence applications within six months, there are approximately 56,000 applicants for permanent residence in Quebec who have been waiting for years for their right to settle in the La Belle Province. Sixteen per cent of them are stuck overseas.

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Farhana Kerai et famille

Demander sa résidence permanence à l’extérieur du Canada : des rêves en pause

Dans le cadre de l’Initiative de journalisme local, New Canadian Media a décidé de se pencher sur les réalités des candidats à l’immigration permanente au Québec. Ils sont environ 56 000 à attendre depuis des années leur droit de s’installer dans la Belle Province, alors que les candidats hors Québec la reçoivent en six mois. Dans la deuxième partie de cette série, nous parlons à des candidats attendant depuis le territoire.

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This Election’s Most Influential, Fair Question

Quebec’s Bill 21 and Bill 96 have been strongly condemned for discriminating against religious and ethnic minorities in that province. But all of that has been overshadowed by the English-language debate moderator’s pointed question to Bloc Quebecois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet, writes John Miller.

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