Saturday, October 24, 2020

Tag: immigration

Exploring medicine and immigration

Dr. Vincent Kuuire, an assistant professor in UTM’s geography department, recently received the prestigious Canada Research Chair (CRC) award. As a CRC recipient, the...

The Immigrant Experience in Contemporary Canadian Fiction

ENG358: The Immigrant Experience in Contemporary Canadian Fiction focuses on authors that write about immigrants as they deal with arriving and finding acceptance in...

A turbulent odyssey towards refuge

Immigration to a new country can be a daunting experience for any newcomer. While missing their families and homes, they must adjust to a...

Québec and U of T: an ideology spillover

The evening of August 12 saw an escapade of violent riots emerging from clashing white nationalist and leftist ideologies, which The New York Times...

Writing & Photo Contest 2017 Winner — Poetry

Immigration My father looked up at me, the lines around his eyes mapping the route he and my mother took to come to a country that...

Ru by Kim Thuy

During the summer, I took New Writing in Canada as a requirement for my English major. It involved reading five texts, ranging from topics...

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