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?
by Rosanna Haroutounian in Quebec City Racial profiling by police is not a new phenomenon. The ability to now document aggression by law enforcement against…View More Football Legend’s Story Teaches Timely Lessons
by Elvira Truglia in Montreal The stories in the Best of All Worlds represent seven of the most commonly spoken immigrant languages in Canada’s largest…View More Story Book Gives Nod to Canada’s Multilingualism
by Winnie Hwo in Vancouver The world is still catching up to Inuit activist Sheila Watt-Cloutier. A year before being appointed an Officer of the…View More Activist Connects Loss of Culture to Climate Change
Commentary by Hadani Ditmars in Vancouver, British Columbia Donald Trump is the bogeyman. I get it. He’s also the Grinch, Darth Vader and Hitler. In fact, he…View More Our Huge Cultural Blindspot
by BJ Siekierski in Ottawa Will the Liberal government hold a referendum on electoral reform? Is President Obama actually ok with Canada withdrawing its CF-18s from the…View More Trudeau on Trump, the ISIS Mission, and a Referendum on Electoral Reform
Commentary by Mohamad Ozeir My name is Mohamad Ali Ozeir. My father’s name is Ali. My mother’s name is Khadija. My children’s names are Zena,…View More It’s Islamic Terrorism. So What?
by Alexander Tesar For more than a year, Canadian CF-18s have been striking ISIS targets with laser-guided bombs and air-to-ground missiles. Airstrikes began in Iraq in November 2014,…View More Middle Eastern Promises: Will Canada Be Forced Into War?
by Shenaz Kermalli (@ShenazKermalli) Diplomacy smiles, declared a Tehran newspaper last Friday, hours after Iranian state television broadcasted the speech of the American president live for the…View More Iranian-Canadians Hopeful Over Nuclear Deal
by Raj Chengappa Washington DC has the reputation of being one heck of a tough town. With heads of state visiting it frequently, America’s capital…View More After the splash in the US, the hard part