SPEAKER SERIES: Toronto’s first ombudsman Fiona Crean to address CEMA members on February 7

CEMA SPEAKER SERIES Toronto Ombudsman Fiona Crean Fiona Crean, Ombudsman, City of Toronto Thursday, February 7, 2013, 6:45 p.m. OMNI Television, 33 Dundas Street East OMNI/City Building, Victoria & Dundas just east of Yonge-Dundas Square Entrance faces Victoria Street FIONA CREAN – BIOGRAPHY Fiona Crean is the City of Toronto’s first Ombudsman. Prior to this […]

Queen’s Jubilee Medals handed out to 25 people at CEMA’s Season’s Dinner 2012

Queen’s Jubilee Medals handed out to 25 people at CEMA’s Season’s Dinner 2012

[Slideshow Photographs by Shlomi Amiga] SENATOR ASHA SETH RECOGNIZES 25 IN CANADIAN ETHNIC MEDIA Copy of a press release issued by the Senator’s office after CEMA’s annual season’s dinner held on Nov. 30, 2012, at the St. Clement of Ohrid Macedonial Banquet Hall in Toronto. TORONTO, December 04, 2012 – The Canadian Ethnic Media Association, […]

Canadian Ethnic Media Association Unveils Award Winners for 34th Annual Gala, June 23rd

The Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA) presented its 34th Annual Awards Gala, on June 23 at the Velma Rogers Graham Theatre (333 Bloor Street East) in Toronto.  Each year, through this gala event, CEMA is proud to recognize and celebrate excellence in media while also acknowledging Canadian Multiculturalism Day (held annually on June 27). Rogers […]

Post Media seeking applicants for Michele Lang Fellowship

Postmedia News and The Calgary Herald have just opened applications for the annual Michelle Lang Fellowship. The Lang fellowship has a social justice and equality component to it that could be of interest to younger journalists who are CEMA members. Deadline is June 11. CLICK HERE to download the fellowship brochure and details on how […]

Immigration Museum CEO documents rich stories of the women and men who built Canada

By Sarah Taguiam Canadian Museum of Immigration CEO Marie Chapman spoke at CEMA’s Speaker Series last Thursday (May 3, 2012) about the museum as an important landmark of the country’s rich immigrant history . Located at Halifax’s Pier 21, Canada’s last surviving port where one million immigrants  arrived between 1928 and 1971, the museum hosts […]

SPEAKER SERIES: Canadian Museum of Immigration CEO to address CEMA members on May 3

Marie Chapman, Chief Executive Officer Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 Thursday, May 3, 2012, 6:45 p.m. Majestic Boardroom, OMNI Television, 545 Lake Shore Blvd. W. (Bathurst & Lake Shore) (Parking is available in the OMNI parking lot, off Lake Shore, east of Bathurst. Please press the white button at the parking gate to […]