Invitation: Genocide Memorial Week Queens Park Reception March 27

Canadians for a Genocide Museum (CGM) is holding its fifth annual Genocide Memorial Week Reception. CGMs keynote speaker will be Dr. Andrew Ezergailis. He is a professor of history at Ithaca College in New York. He is an expert in Holocaust and Soviet history. Each CGM member association is limited to four spaces unless special […]

Legacies – Our Grandmothers Ourselves exhibit at Multicultural History Society

The Multicultural History Society of Ontario (MHSO) features an abosorbing photo exhibit drawn from an equally absorbing book by CEMA member Gina Valle (see description of book later in this write-up).It runs from March 21 to 31, 2007,at the MHSO, 43 Queen’s Park Crescent East (plenty of city parking right outside in off-rush hour times […]

 Speaker Series: Pamela Koch of CESO … Taking business expertise to the Third World

Find out how CESO helps raise the bar of business excellence and global competitiveness of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Third World countries of Asia, Africa, the Americas and Eastern Europe. PAMELA KOCH Regional Director for Asia, Africa and the Americas CANADIAN EXECUTIVE SERVICE ORGANIZATION (CESO) Thursday, April 5, 2007, 6:45 P.M. …and see […]

Ethnic musical future of CANCON Diversity event on March 12

A Press Release from Magda de la Torre about a meeting of likeminded musicians and other interested citizens in Toronto to help shape the CRTC’s policy on enforcing the Canadian ethnic music component in the agency’s CANCON policy forthe airwaves… Musical Future of CANCON Diversity is Ours to Shape NOW! Venue: Diversity Central The Lula […]

Tamil magazine celebrates 16 years, honours Torontonians

The Tamil family is an “important family” in multicultural Toronto, Councillor Pam McConnell told a gathering of Tamil expatriats gathered to honour local Tamils who have excelled in various fields from academics to university studies and real estate and others such as OMNI-TV vice-president Madeline Ziniak for her work in multicultural broadcasting. “We must pressure […]

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