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Editorial

By definition, liberal arts gives you a broad base of knowledge – but without a practical application for that knowledge, graduates quickly discover some harsh truths. Our society needs people who appreciate arts, literature, language,…

Diversity: Rise of the Ethnic Media in Canada

A few years ago, Ontario Place, the iconic water park located in Toronto’s waterfront, was having a hard time attracting visitors. Despite investing millions of dollars into advertising in the mainstream media, visitor numbers had stalled.

Media: So Many Choices…

Now that you’ve made the move to Canada and picked up your copy of Canadian Newcomer – “The How-To Magazine for New Immigrants” – you may be looking for additional sources of information about your new homeland. If you’ve not yet explored…

Diversity: The Canadian Media and You

Just as the population of Toronto has changed over the years to welcome newcomers from all over the world, the Canadian media has changed to reflect its readers and viewers. Not only the mainstream media is covering stories of interest to…

Canada: Your Country, Your Media

One of the walls in Thomas Saras’ office is filled with nametags and lanyards (name tags with cords attached, so you can wear them around your neck). Many of them are yellow, from Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s press conferences and…

Diversity: Rise of the Ethnic Media in Canada

A few years ago, Ontario Place, the iconic water park located in Toronto’s waterfront, was having a hard time attracting visitors. Despite investing millions of dollars into advertising in the mainstream media, visitor numbers had stalled.…

Editorial

For almost four years, Canadian Newcomer Magazine has been providing settlement information to newcomers arriving in Ontario. We began with 10,000 copies going out to approximately 100 locations in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Since many…

Canada: Your Country, Your Media

One of the walls in Thomas Saras’ office is filled with nametags and lanyards (name tags with cords attached, so you can wear them around your neck). Many of them are yellow, from Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s press conferences and…