The invisible anti-racism organization

By Patrick Hunter 13.08.2014

By PATRICK HUNTER   Did you know – or remember – that there is a national organization that was created “to facilitate throughout Canada the development, sharing and application of knowledge and expertise in order to contribute to the elimination …

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Toronto must address problems facing visible minorities

By Admin 06.03.2014

By TOM GODFREY   One of five people in Canada will be a visible minority by the time our nation’s 150th birthday rolls around in 2017, says a Statistics Canada study.   Some 8.5 million visible minorities will make Canada …

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Canada foreign policy direction

By Patrick Hunter 29.01.2014

By PATRICK HUNTER   Canada’s foreign policy has become a bit of a puzzle to me. Once upon a time, the direction was clear. Canada was a middle power which would come to the rescue as peacekeepers; we were concerned …

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Another challenging year

By Admin 24.12.2013

As this challenging year draws to a close we take a look back on some of the notable events that took place.

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By-elections show voter shift to Liberals

By Admin 27.11.2013

The voter turnout was relatively small and the three major parties held on to their seats in four federal by-elections held across Canada this week, but the numbers show that the Liberal Party of Canada made a 40 per cent gain in overall numbers at the expense of the Conservatives and the New Democratic Party.

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Canadians ‘ready’ for Twenty/20 World Cup qualifier

By Admin 15.11.2013

With 10 days preparation in Sri Lanka and two warm-up matches in the United Arab Emirates this week, Canada is prepared and ready for the International Cricket Council (ICC) Twenty/20 World Cup qualifier that starts on Friday.

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October is Brain Tumour Awareness Month in Canada

By Admin 02.10.2013

Brain tumours: more common and complex than you think    By CARL CADOGAN,   This month, 837 Canadians will hear the words, “you have a brain tumour”. And they will add their voice to the 55,000 survivors across this country …

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