Sikhs Hoping for Recognition of 1984 Killings in India Amid Free-Trade Talks

Though it can be criticised as lip service, the Canadian government’s ongoing ‘dialogue’ on human rights with China sometimes has a bite. This was evident last week when China’s touchy foreign minister threw a temper tantrum at…

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Canada Defends Fast-Track Refugee Plan to U.S.

In this week’s round-up of what’s been making headlines in Canada’s ethnic media: India’s Republic Day was not a celebration for everyone, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s visit to a Sikh shrine was less controversial than…

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Govt Urged to Improve Services for Non-Christian Inmates

Religion can be a key element in the rehabilitation of inmates. However, for minorities, changes to prison chaplaincy services during the Conservative government made following their faith at federal prisons a challenge. For this reason…

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