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The future of immigrant journalism in Canada

Absolutely hypnotizing array of words relating to journalist, organized according to a complex algorithm

Absolutely hypnotizing array of words relating to journalism, organized according to a complex algorithm

“The online media venture I created is based on a fairly straightforward idea: immigrants redefine a country and deserve to be a full part of the national conversation. I call this ‘immigrant journalism,’ a vein of journalism that privileges the voice of newcomers and always stands up for their point of view.”

So says George Abraham, the founder and publishing director for New Canadian Media (“the pulse of immigrant Canada”).

Read the full story here.

New Canadian Media — The Pulse Of Immigrant Canada

Just a tiny part of the whole website

Just a tiny part of the whole website. There’s more

Just a quick note that New Canadian Media launched its website this week. From its press release:

“Targeted at all Canadians, NewCanadianMedia.ca delivers news and views about the one-fifth of Canadians who are newcomers, covering issues and themes that are of particular relevance to this growing segment of the population. The site also features aggregated content produced by Canada’s multicultural media, to represent more fully ‘the pulse of immigrant Canada.'”

The publisher is George Abraham and you can read more of his thoughts here. Or connect via LinkedIn.

Brits in Toronto wishes them all the best in reporting what matters to new Canadian immigrants!