Displaying items by tag: Canada - New Canadian Media - New Canadian Media http://newcanadianmedia.ca Fri, 19 Jan 2018 08:25:53 -0500 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb Jagmeet Singh Battles Racism in Canadian Politics with Love http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/42411-jagmeet-singh-battles-racism-in-canadian-politics-with-love http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/42411-jagmeet-singh-battles-racism-in-canadian-politics-with-love Ontario deputy NDP leader Jagmeet Singh launches his bid for the federal NDP leadership in Brampton, Ont., on May 15. Earlier this month, a racist heckler interrupted a campaign rally for NDP leadership hopeful.
By: Davina Bhandar in Vancouver Within the space of a few moments, Jagmeet Singh became one of Canada’s most admired…
Politics Fri, 29 Sep 2017 13:13:18 -0400
Sikhs Make World Go Round in Oliver http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/42156-sikhs-make-world-go-round-in-oliver http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/42156-sikhs-make-world-go-round-in-oliver The future looks promising for the Sikh community in Oliver, where families work hard in farming and other business enterprises. The Sikh community is also well known for its generosity in donating to various causes and projects.
By: Bhupinder S. Liddar in Oliver, BC Nestled in the scenic and stunning rolling dry desert hills and mirror lakes…
Top Stories Fri, 25 Aug 2017 18:40:38 -0400
Omar Khadr and the Shame of the Canadian Media http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/41916-omar-khadr-and-the-shame-of-the-canadian-media http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/41916-omar-khadr-and-the-shame-of-the-canadian-media Initial anger over Omar Khadr's settlement has altered the public's perception of his mistreatment at Guantanamo Bay.
Commentary By: Omer Aziz in Toronto News that Omar Khadr would receive an official apology from the Canadian government along…
Commentary Mon, 17 Jul 2017 23:25:55 -0400
Canada and India seek Closer Economic Ties   http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/38517-canada-and-india-seek-closer-economic-ties http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/38517-canada-and-india-seek-closer-economic-ties Canada and India seek Closer Economic Ties  
INTERNATIONAL Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland and India’s Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Nirmala Sitharaman on Thursday discussed the…
International Thu, 29 Sep 2016 18:07:07 -0400
How Brexit is Hurting UK Pensioners in Canada http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/37559-ouch-how-brexit-is-hurting-uk-pensioners-in-canada http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/37559-ouch-how-brexit-is-hurting-uk-pensioners-in-canada How Brexit is Hurting UK Pensioners in Canada
I was talking with my good friend James (real person, but name changed) the other day and he wasn’t very…
Economy Tue, 26 Jul 2016 10:39:44 -0400
Story Book Gives Nod to Canada’s Multilingualism http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/37432-story-book-gives-nod-to-canada-s-multilingualism http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/37432-story-book-gives-nod-to-canada-s-multilingualism Chloë’s Tulips, one of seven stories in the children's book The Best of All Worlds (At One Press, 2015), was originally written in Spanish and is about fairies who help the tulips grow in Ottawa each year.
by Elvira Truglia in Montreal The stories in the Best of All Worlds represent seven of the most commonly spoken…
Books Tue, 16 Aug 2016 07:39:00 -0400
Second World War Featured Prominently at Toronto Japanese Film Festival http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/37351-second-world-war-features-prominently-at-toronto-japanese-film-festival http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/37351-second-world-war-features-prominently-at-toronto-japanese-film-festival Director Haruhiko Arai (left) answers questions at TJFF’s Canadian Premiere of his film When I was Most Beautiful.
by Shan Qiao in Toronto From a machine gun wielding high school girl-yakuza boss to time travelling samurai; from sexual…
History Thu, 11 Aug 2016 13:07:00 -0400
Hopes, Challenges of Immigration Reflected on Stage http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/37111-hopes-challenges-of-immigration-reflected-on-stage http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/37111-hopes-challenges-of-immigration-reflected-on-stage Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni holds her latest novel, Before We Meet the Goddess, at Ryerson Theatre in Toronto, where a theatrical performance of her short story “Clothes” debuted as Arranged Marriage.
by Priya Ramanujam in Toronto Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni says the immigration experience helped make her the award-winning and best-selling Indian-American…
Books Thu, 28 Jul 2016 10:01:02 -0400
Muslim Women Speak Out at Annual Poetry Showcase http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/37040-muslim-women-speak-out-at-annual-poetry-showcase http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/37040-muslim-women-speak-out-at-annual-poetry-showcase Performers, alumni, and organizers of the Outburst! Young Muslim Women’s Program at the fourth annual Sisters Make Noise event, which celebrated the launch of the poetry collection Homebound IIII.
by Priya Ramanujam in Toronto In Canada, Muslim people are often spoken about, rather than the people who are doing…
Books Tue, 26 Jul 2016 10:01:02 -0400
“Safe Country” Should Not Apply to Mexico, says UofT Study http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/36978-safe-country-should-not-apply-to-mexico-says-uoft-study http://newcanadianmedia.ca/item/36978-safe-country-should-not-apply-to-mexico-says-uoft-study The timing of a new UofT study could prove to be awkward given the Three Amigos summit being held in Ottawa on June 29.
by Aurora Tejeida in Vancouver, British Columbia The University of Toronto’s International Human Rights Program is suggesting that Mexico be…
Top Stories Wed, 22 Jun 2016 21:52:17 -0400