CEMA News

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 […]

Ontario Government reaching out to Canada’s ethnic media

In a recent address to members of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association, Laura Albanese, Ontario’s Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, said the provincial government’s promotion to the ethnic media needs to be improved. However, she took the opportunity to indicate that there are challenges in selecting the media in which to advertise. Albanese said the […]

Ontario MPP, a former journalist, keynote speaker at CEMA’s monthly meeting

Laura Albanese, Ontario’s Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, and the Deputy House Leader, will address members of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association at our next monthly meeting. It is being held on April 6, starting at 6:45 p.m., at the Rogers Communications Centre at Ryerson University, 80 Gould Street. Albanese, a former journalist, was first […]

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 […]

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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.