CEMA News

CEMA Awards Gala a resounding success

The 38th Annual Canadian Ethnic Media Association Awards Gala, held recently at the National Event Venue in Toronto, attracted a packed audience. During the evening the Lifetime Achievement Award, named in honour of the founder of CEMA — Seirhey Khamara Ziniak — was presented to Sid Ikeda. Mr. Ikeda is involved in numerous organizations, including […]

Canadian Ethnic Media Association Gala

The 38th Annual Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA) Gala will be held on Friday, November 25th, 2016. The Gala has been designed to provide ample opportunity to develop and refresh connections with the public and private sectors, ethnic media and multicultural leadership. We have arranged a program that will encourage networking and outreach among attendees. […]

“Ethnic Media in Ontario important” Conservative Party leader says

Ontario Progressive Conservative Party leader Patrick Brown recently met with members of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association at Queen’s Park. Brown, the leader of the official opposition, says that it is in the interest of governments to get their messages out to the people. And the ethnic media cannot be ignored, because it provides “a […]

Hungary’s Consul General keynote speaker at CEMA meeting

Hungary’s Consul General in Toronto, Stephania Szabo, will be the keynote speaker at the May 5, 2016, monthly meeting of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association. The meeting is being held in the Trans Media Zone at the Rogers Communications Centre, Ryerson University, 80 Gould Street. It begins at 6:30 p.m. Since 2013 Szabo has been […]

CEMA members tour the Aga Khan Museum

Members of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA) were special guests at a reception and tour of the Aga Khan Museum’s collections.. There was also the viewing of a special exhibition, titled: “A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now”. Among those welcoming CEMA’s members were: • Arlene Madell – Head of Marketing and […]

Director of the Aga Khan Museum the keynote speaker at CEMA’s April 7 meeting

Henry S. Kim, director and CEO of the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, will be the keynote speaker at the next monthly meeting of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association. It will be held on Thursday, April 7, 2015, at Ryerson University’s Rogers Communications Centre, 80 Gould Street, starting at 6:45 p.m. Mr. Kim is an […]

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CEMA supports the principles of Canadian citizenship, multiculturalism and the right of free expression without ethnocentric bias.

We welcome a lively exchange of ideas to foster ethnocultural awareness and promote dialogue on identifying ways to bring different cultural groups together.