U.S. Public Affairs Officer to deliver feature address at CEMA Speakers Series

Hilary Renner, the Public Affairs Officer at the United States Consulate General in Toronto, will be the guest speaker the February 5, 2015 meeting of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association. Renner assumed her post at the U.S. Consulate General in August 2014. Prior to her present diplomatic posting, she served in Washington where she was […]

Jonathan Delgado-Levin-Turner, HCol.(Ky.)

Military/Veterans Advocate, Law Enforcement /Aviation/HUMIN. Jonathan was born in the USA in 1969 and was raised in Los Angeles, California. His mother is Mexican and Native Indian and he grew up in the Mexican American culture known as “Chicano.” The grandparents on his father’s side were from Russia and Azerbaijan. Mr. Delgado-Levin-Turner served in the […]

BERNICE CARNEGIE (centre), daughter of hockey pioneer Herbert H. Carnegie, with CEMA’s board members Madeline Ziniak and Jules Elder.

Bernice Carnegie

The daughter of a hockey pioneer tells his story February is Black History Month, and to mark the occasion this year Bernice Carnegie, co-founder and executive director of the Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation, shared her father’s compelling story with CEMA members attending the organization’s monthly meeting. Herb Carnegie was born in Toronto in […]

Edith George

Edith George has a passion for the urban forest Toronto resident Edith George says has a passion for heritage trees. And she travels across Ontario answering questions, such as: “What is a heritage tree?” And, “Why is it important to protect them?” George presented her illustrated talk to CEMA members during a monthly meeting. Using […]