Cambridge, Ont. celebrated its first Emancipation Day on Aug. 1. The day was officially recognized in Canada in 2021.
100 years since the Chinese Exclusion Act, a museum that documents Chinese Canadians’ harrowing journey opened its doors on July 1.
“Someone once told me, in Saskatchewan, every town has a Chinese restaurant and story.”
Given Canada's and the international community's refusal to deem Anfal a genocide, 34 years later the Kurdish diaspora is still worried of
The Japanese Canadian internment contributed to a cross-generational loss of culture for many in the diaspora that's now being unearthed through art.
After Quebec and New Brunswick, Yukon has the third-largest French-speaking community in Canada. Four key players in the Yukon’s Francophone community bring