CEMA News

Not the NHL… Meet the CMHL :)

CEMA partners withthe fast-growing Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championship A Press Release Issuedby CEMA: For Immediate Release Toronto, November 14, 2006: The Canadian Ethnic Media Association’s board of directorsrecently voted unanimously to support the Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championships (CMHC) and to help promote even further growth of this already highly successful grassroots project.Last year, the CMHC […]

Latin Life tv wins first place honours for its show

An Information Release from Latin Life tv: Latin Life tv was honoured to achieve First place in the Latin community, as the “Top tv Program of the year” from Top Choice Awards, Mark of Excellence (topchoiceawards.com). The event took place with a full house, at the Renaissance Convention Centre on November 4, 2006. Latin Life […]

Get ready for Ontario’s Fair Vote referendum

A release from Fair Vote Canada: FVC members, volunteers and all electoral reform supporters in the Greater Toronto Area are invited to the Fair Vote Ontario campaign kick-off event Nov. 15, 2006, at the Rogers Communications Centre, Ryerson University, 80 Gould Street, Toronto. Click here to see the flyer (PDF format) for details. Featured speakers […]

New UofT website will spotlight Asia Pacific area

The tanks have left the streets and the troops are returning to their barracks. Two weeks have passed since the September 19th coup Which saw the military, led by General Sonthi Boonyaratglin, overthrew the civilian government of Thaksin Shinawatra which brought a dramatic conclusion to the political crisis that thad gripped Thailand forseveral months And […]

Was 9/11 a ‘created crisis’? Book Author makes his points with drama and vigor

On October 6, Barrie Zwicker, author of Towers of Deception the only Canadian book offering a 9/11 conspiracy theory drew CEMAs largest audience of the season. Illustrating his points with a screening of a portion of the DVD accompanying his recently published book, Barrie claimed the current administration of the U.S. is dominated by a […]

Munk Centre, MHSO and OMNI commemorate Hungarian Revolution

The abortive Hungarian Revolution of 1956 against Communist rule, which brought 38,000 refugees to Canada can justifiably be recorded as part of our history; all levels of Canadian governments a came to the aid of the newcomers and both earlier immigrants from Hungary and native born Canadians responded quickly with donations of cash and clothing. […]

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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.