Retired seniors have a wealth of skills, insights and experience that the country can gain from. However, they are unable to volunteer or seek part-time jobs for fear of contracting COVID-19. How are they coping?View More Canadian Seniors Find Ways To Stay Active During Pandemic
As federal and provincial governments in Canada grapple with how to adapt to a ‘new normal’, ethnic media outlets provide vital platforms for discussion into possible ways forward.View More Analysis: Ethnic Media Question Government Decisions to Lift Pandemic Lockdowns
With the coronavirus appearing to now be under control in the country where it started, China is firing up its economic engine. But as one Canadian entrepreneur found, rejuvenating business will require focusing on new opportunities.View More Canadian Software Company in China Re-Opens Amid Fears of ‘Second Wave’
One year after Canada first resettled 25,000 Syrian refugees into Canadian communities — a number that has since grown to 40,000 — the refugee program…View More Technology Helping Newcomers to Metro Vancouver
When it comes to technology use, immigrants to Canada are well ahead of settlement agencies. It’s a reality the sector needs to face. Organizations can…View More Settlement Work Must Keep Up With Tech-Savvy Newcomers
Though its diaspora community in British Columbia might not be the biggest or most visible, Mexico is Canada’s third largest trade partner and the ninth…View More Promising Prospects for B.C. Students from Mexico
In Tell Everyone: How the Stories We Share Shape What We Know and Why It Matters, author Alfred Hermida explores how social media has the…View More Tell Everyone: A Sharing Renaissance?
As the federal government grapples with proposed changes to Canada’s temporary foreign worker (TFW) program, the Macdonald-Laurier Institute (MLI) speaks with Linda Nazareth, MLI senior…View More TFW’s: Anecdotes Don’t Tell the Whole Story