CEMA News

Director of the Aga Khan Museum the keynote speaker at CEMA’s April 7 meeting

Henry S. Kim, director and CEO of the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, will be the keynote speaker at the next monthly meeting of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association. It will be held on Thursday, April 7, 2015, at Ryerson University’s Rogers Communications Centre, 80 Gould Street, starting at 6:45 p.m. Mr. Kim is an […]

Canadians urged to visit national parks

Parks Canada’s guest speakers Camille Girard-Ruel (3rd from left) and Jeffrey Sinnibaldi (right) were welcomed by CEMA’s President Kiumars Rezvanifar (left) and Chair Madeline Ziniak. National parks fun places for visitors Canada’s national parks are great places to visit and explore, says Camille Girard-Ruel. This was the message she delivered to members of the Canadian […]

CEMA’s 2015 Awards Gala a resounding success

The Canadian Ethnic Media Association this year honoured a number of individuals with Excellence in Journalism Awards for the work they have been doing. The awards were presented at a gala function held at the National Event Centre in Toronto. The recipients in the various categories are: RADIO – Monica Muraira, host of the show […]

CEMA’s Annual Awards Honouring Journalistic Excellence

The 37th Annual Awards of Journalistic Excellence handed out by the Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA) will be held on Friday, November 20, 2015. The event is being held at the National Event Centre, 1000 Finch Avenue West in North York, Toronto. The gala, which begins at 6 p.m., includes a reception, the presentation of […]

Addressing the Syrian situation at CEMA’s Speaker Series

The Syrian situation from a Canadian perspective will be addressed at the November 5 meeting of the Canadian Media Association. The meeting is being held in the Trans Media Zone at Ryerson University’s Rogers Communications Centre, 80 Gould Street, starting at 6:45 p.m. The guest speaker will be Mustafa Alio who was born in Latakia, […]

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