By Fabian Dawson in Vancouver, BC The publication and subsequent uproar over a recent op-ed in The Vancouver Sun and The Province is a testimony…View More Fewer “Eyes” in Newsrooms Leads to Blind Spots
Women of colour in journalism bring a lot to the job. And take a lot, too. By Anya Zoledziowski in Edmonton, AB Sunny Dhillon rocked…View More Working as the Newsroom’s ‘Diversity Hire’
By: Davina Bhandar in Vancouver Within the space of a few moments, Jagmeet Singh became one of Canada’s most admired politicians. His cool-under-pressure reaction to…View More Jagmeet Singh Battles Racism in Canadian Politics with Love
Commentary By: Avi Benlolo in Toronto Today is International Day of Democracy. Yet, the western world seems to have lost hope of the very fundamentals…View More Wake Up Democracy!
Commentary by Andrew Lam in San Francisco Recently all 10 of the President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) submitted their resignations to President…View More America at a Crossroads: Land of Hope or Fear?
Commentary by Surjit Singh Flora in Brampton I believe it is fair to say that since 9-11, Islamophobia has been on the rise in North…View More Trump and the Rise of Islamophobia
by Jooneed Jeeroburkhan in Montreal The cold-blooded shooting of six Muslims following evening prayers on Jan 29 at a Québec City mosque has, predictably, amplified the…View More Shooting in Quebec City: Symptom of a Wider Crisis
Commentary by Alma Sandoval Betancourth in Pickering, Ontario What can I say: I called it. It may have been my lifetime exposure to dictatorships. It…View More Canada not Immune to Trumpism
Commentary by Darren Thorne in Toronto On the eve of the U.S. Presidential election, and with apologies to the Bard for the inversion, I come…View More In Praise of Donald Trump
by Tazeen Inam in Mississauga Sports has the ability to unite Canada, show the recently released findings of an Association for Canadian Studies survey. “A majority of…View More Canadian Sports History Not Naïve of Exclusion