CEMA News

It’s MEMBERSHIP DUES time again… at CEMA

The glorious year just passed, would not have been possible for CEMA without you and your membership dues! Remember! The sooner you pay your dues, the sooner your membership cards are processed. This year, we’ve had many queries about preserving these membership cards. Here is a simple solution. After you have affixed your photograph on […]

CEMA Season’s Dinner: It was a SUPER SUCCESS :)

By any count, CEMA’s seasons dinner on Nov., 24 at the Columbus Centre was a SUPER success. It was a sold-out event and a good time was had by all, dining to the strain of Latino music provided by Cafe Cubana. And there were top auction items to be had by all, among them a […]

Black History Month … Official kick-off on Jan. 28

The Ontario Black History Society hosts – The official kick-off brunch establishing February 2007 as Black History Month Sunday, January 28, 2007, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Toronto Sheraton Centre Hotel, 123 Queen Street West , Toronto , the Dominion Ballroom. (An Official Press Release from the Ontario Black History Society (OBHS) The Ontario Black […]

Shamrocks win Multicultural Hockey Championship; League results

Luck O The Irish, Once Again, Covets The Canadian Cup: Results of The Coffee Time 241 Pizza Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championships (CMHC) 2006 Irish Shamrocks 6 Iroquois Silver Hawks 2 (A News Release from the CMHC) Toronto, Dec. 31, 2006: Last night at Scarborough Arena Gardens, the Irish Shamrocks conquered the Canadian Cup, for the […]

Cdn Multicultural Hockey League to launch women’s division

A news release fromCMHL Inc. Toronto, November 28, 2006: The Canadian Multicultural Hockey (CMHL) Inc. proudly announces the addition of a division of Womens Hockey to its fast evolving grassroots project of multicultural hockey–The Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championships (CMHC). (Editor’s note: CEMA is a media partner of the league) Comprising six teams, European, Japanese, Israeli, […]

Korean-English Translation Grants Available

The Daesan Foundation invites application for grants by able translators and awards them to selected applicants. There is a separate partial grant to overseas publishers undertaking publication of translation works completed under this grant. These grants are destined to encourage the development of Korean studies overseas by organizing or by individuals, encouraging the study of […]

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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.