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مهاجران ایرانی، رویدادهای کانادایی، در مجله تیتر

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Harm to Mount Dennis

York—Today, Olivia and Mount Dennis residents took a walking tour of the neighbourhood most threatened by John Tory’s make-it-up-as-he-goes transit scheme. There are many aspects of the scheme Mr. Tory can’t explain, because he has no technical or financial plan. One is the impact on Mount Dennis of the dramatic turn his heavy rail trains must take before heading 12 ...

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Canadian Multiculturalism
and its challenges

Canadian Multiculturalism and its challenges as how to reach out the Ethnic Markets. By the term “multiculturalism” we refer to several different demographic groups composing the Canadian Population, made up of peoples and groups representing a plurality of ethnocultural traditions, languages and racial origins. It is a social policy and or value that accepts cultural pluralism as a positive distinctive ...

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Amazing Azerbaijan!

12 minutes selected from the “Amazing Azerbaijan!” Documentary Amazing Azerbaijan! pulls back the glittery facade that this oil-rich nation presented to the world when hosting Eurovision 2012, telling personal stories of human rights abuses to which Europe’s leaders have turned a blind eye. Director:   Liz Mermin Runtime:  61 min Color:  Color  

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The Night of Power

Photo By Mohammad Mahdi Amya location: Gorgan, North of Iran Date: July 24, 2014 Sunni Muslims are gathering in the Central Sunni Masque, in the city of Gorgan (North part of Iran) for extra prayers during the Night of Power. Laylat al-Qadr, variously rendered in English as the Night of Destiny, Night of Power, Night of Value, the Night of Decree ...

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Cut The Red Tape

Better Parks and Public Spaces Toronto mayoral candidate Olivia Chow spoke just outside a park in East York on Wednesday touting a campaign promise to “cut red tape” for grassroots organizations looking to hold events on city property. During 30 Minutes event she proposed a solution to speed up and simplify the process to book city parks for public events. “People ...

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Targeting People with Dual Citizenship

On its May 2014 issue, Walrus magazine wrote: along the way, Kenny used the ministry as a bully pulpit for small-c conservative values. Rewriting the country’s citizenship guide to celebrate entrepreneurship while institutionalizing reverence for royals and the military, he may have helped to redefine what it means to be Canadians for generations to come.  Under the newly toughened rules ...

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نخست وزیر پیام داد

جمعه شب در مهمانی انجمن رسانه های قومی کانادا که به مناسبت روز ملی کانادا برگزار شده بود، پیام آقای استفان هارپر؛ نخست وزیر کانادا خوانده شد.   Message from the Prime Minister I am delighted to extend my warmest personal greetings to everyone attending the National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada (NEPMCC) dinner to celebrate Canada Day ...

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Towards a Brighter Future

For the first time after Islamic Revolution in Iran (1979), there is a man holding a Foreign Minister position who has actually speaks proper English. He has guts enough to come out personally in front of the camera and expresses his mission and spread it in Social Medias, so his voice could be heard by English speakers unfiltered.  

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Pan Am volunteer opportunity

Pooyan Tabatabaei Toronto – Canada **** The Volunteer Recruitment Center for the forthcoming Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games was officially launched Monday June 24, 2014 before a gathering of ethnic media practitioners at the games headquarters on the waterfront downtown Toronto. It was exactly one year and a month away from the start of the games that will bring more ...

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Pan Am Games countdown

Volunteers with Roots in the Americas Sign Up to Make TORONTO 2015 Games a Success It could all come down to being handed a bottle of water at just the right time, according to Vanessa Restrepo, member of the Karate Senior National Team, as she describes the critical role that volunteers play in the Games. With the years of training ...

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Making a difference one person at a time

John Ryerson* Toronto I have never previously volunteered for a city election. Last November when the crack scandal seemed to hit its peak in Toronto (who knew there would continue to be more) my wife said to me “stop complaining and do something about it”. So I made the decision to volunteer. I was pretty sure Olivia Chow was the ...

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Suspended state of thingness
Mehran Mohajer’s photographs of nothing

Roshanak Keyghobadi* USA *** Where film lets us believe in more things, photography lets us believe more in one thing. –Christian Metz With no doubt Mehran Mohajer is an influential figure in the history of Iranian photography. Mohajer (b.1964, Tehran) is a photographer, lexicographer[i] and a lecturer in photography at Tehran University. He has written and translated articles in a ...

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