Career colleges play an important role, NACC executive says

In his address to members of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association, Serge Buy, chief executive officer of the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC), said that working with the ethnic media in Canada is very important. “Career colleges play an important role,” Buy said, adding that they provide condensed training for newcomers to Canada. “Students […]

Top executive the keynote speaker at CEMA’s monthly meeting

Serge Buy, CEO of the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC) since 2011, will be the guest speaker at the March 2, 2017, monthly meeting of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association. The presentation, part of CEMA’s Speaker Series, will begin at 6:45 p.m. at Ryerson University’s Rogers Communication Centre, 80 Gould Street. Mr. Buy is […]

Take your seat in Canada

This year Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary. To mark the occasion the federal government has invested $500 million in projects marking the occasion. CEMA is partnering with “Take Your Seat Canada” in the celebration. Ziniak, in a message to CEMA’s membership says: “We are very proud to announce our partnership in Take Your Seat Canada. […]

National Muslim Christian Liaison Committee

Shooting at Mosque in Quebec City January 30, 2017 Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims, the injured, and their families at the Quebec City mosque. It is with sadness that we send our deepest condolences to those affected by this tragedy. We pray that God has mercy on the victims and their […]

CEMA’s board members welcomed at Pho Vistro Restaurant

Pho Vistro is dedicated to the presentation of all natural, organic Vietnamese cuisine with a multitude of gluten free and vegan options. The restaurant is located at 259 Queen Street West. By Vasil Yancoff On a cool Thursday evening on bustling Queen Street in Toronto at the newly opened Pho Vistro restaurant, members of the […]

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 […]

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