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“Diversity a given” in Trudeau cabinet

Seen here are many likely candidates for visible minority cabinet members, including Navdeep Bains, Celina Caesar-Chavannes, Emmanuel Dubourg and Harjit Sajjan./ Photo Credit: Hand-out picture...

Where are the (ethnic) women?

... Conservatives can be accused of putting its ethnic women candidates in a “sacrificial lamb” position. Of the 10 minority female candidates running for the...

Chinese Canadians step up to fill representation gap

The invited politicians were Liberal incumbent Arnold Chan (Scarborough-Agincourt) and candidates Shaun Chen (Scarborough-North), Bang-Gu Jiang (Markham-Unionville) and Geng Tan (Don Valley North); Conservative incumbent...

Richmond residents divided on immigration

Alice Wong, the Conservative incumbent in neighbouring Richmond Centre, won her seat in 2011 with over 58 per cent of the votes. This time around...

“We will not tolerate people going underground”

A solution, MPs say, must also be found to assist employers who are feeling the impacts of the changes — especially those working the agriculture...

Temporary foreign workers bilked by immigration consultants as deadline looms

Two days before an April 1st deadline imposed under changes to the government's temporary foreign worker program, some foreign workers who have to go back...

Harper is losing the argument on C-51 … with Conservatives

Recently, Conservative MP Michael Chong, never one to blindly toe the line, criticized the bill's lack of oversight in a statement to the House of...

Some immigrant parents find Sex Ed curriculum inappropriate

The same report also states Conservative MP Parm Gill's apprehensions. Gill said that being the father of three children, the new syllabus is a cause...

Cloverdale-Langley Conservative candidate announced

“We are fortunate in Langley City to have been very well represented by Member of Parliament Mark Warawa since 2004,” says Van Popta. “I want...

Changes to Canadian foreign worker programs

The spring and summer have been busy ones for Jason Kenney, Minister for Employment and Social Development. In early April he announced the first businesses...