News March, 2017

Canadian-born children, youth at greater risk of unintentional firearm injury than immigrants

By Medical Life Science | Children and youth born in Canada are at higher risk of unintentional injury from guns compared with immigrant children and youth, although certain subgroups of immigrants and refugees are at higher risk of assault-related injury, found a study published http://www.cmaj.ca/site/press/cmaj.160850.pdf in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).

Canada 150: Shushma Datt pioneered ethnic broadcasting in B.C

By Vancouver Sun | To mark Canada’s 150th birthday, we are counting down to Canada Day with profiles of 150 noteworthy British Columbians. Shushma Datt once chatted up a young Mick Jagger and George Harrison for the BBC. Now she’s the highly respected matriarch of an ethnic broadcast enterprise in one of the most ruthlessly … Continued

Diverse tech: innovative immigrants are showing the way

By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | As the U.S. tech sector blasts the recent travel bans because of the important role immigrants play in the industry, Canada is surging forward in innovation with help from a diverse bunch who are founding companies, launching apps, furthering tech education and moving the economy forward.