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Expos to Help Immigrants Find their Routes in Canada

Virtual coast-to-coast events being staged in the wake of a new study that shows Canada has overtaken the United States as the most attractive destination for foreign workers.

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‘Colour-Blind’ Approaches to Data Collection Amplifies Marginalization of BIPOC Canadians

Having lived in both Canada and the U.S., columnist Peter Uduehi writes that Canadians don’t like to talk about race and racial divisions. What impact does this have on public policy making?

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Analysis: Ethnic Media Question Government Decisions to Lift Pandemic Lockdowns

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.

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Questions of Legitimacy and Democracy Linger amidst Venezuelan Political Crisis

On January 10, Nicolas Maduro began his second term as president following a widely boycotted election. Many Venezuelans and several foreign governments, like Canada and the United States, refused to recognize Maduro’s re-election. Some governments…

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Football Legend’s Story Teaches Timely Lessons

Racial profiling by police is not a new phenomenon. The ability to now document aggression by law enforcement against African Americans and other racialized people and broadcast the footage around the world makes this long-standing…

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