CEMA News

Celebrating Diversity and Multiculturalism in Canada

TORONTO – The Canadian Ethonocultural Council (CEC), in collaboration with the Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA) will be holding a Dinner Gala and Award Event – “Together in Canada – Ensemble au Canada” – on Saturday, June 24, 2017, in celebration of diversity and multiculturalism in Canada, in this the historical sesquicentennial year. Canadian multiculturalism […]

Parks Canada reps guest speakers at June 1 Speaker’s Bureau

As summer approaches the final CEMA speaker’s bureau event for the season will feature addresses by three representatives of Parks Canada. They are Ethan Meleg, Jeffrey Sinibaldi and France Faucher. Meleg is a birder, whose Parks Canada career started in 1999 as a naturalist at Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park. […]

Victoria Day celebration

On Sunday, May 7, CEMA board members Elena Zolotko and Alex Gershtein, as well as members Sofia Tovmassian, the publisher of the St. Petersburg Magazine, and Marina Chernova, editor-in-chief of Radio Megapolis, attended Victory Day celebrations at Earl Bales Park in North York, a suburb of Toronto. Several thousand members of the Russian Diaspora of […]

OMDC provides funding for Ontario’s creative environment

Karen Thorne-Stone (3rd from right in foreground) addressed members of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association. The Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC) is the Ontario government’s agency that is responsible for economic development in book and magazine publishing, music, film, television and interactive digital media. At the May 4, 2017, monthly meeting of the Canadian Ethnic […]

Launch of “Take Your Seat Canada”

The City of Toronto’s Mayor John Tory, and the partners and sponsors of “Take Your Seat Canada”, attended the launch of the cross-country expedition that photographs and “celebrates the natural diversity that makes Canada the envy of the world.“ The Canadian Ethnic Media Association is a proud partner of this project, acknowledging that the geographic […]

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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.