Please be advised that our monthly meeting for MONDAY 10 OF MAY, 2021 at 6PM.
Please join the meeting through this link: [currently unavailable]
It is with great pleasure that the National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada is inviting member organizations of the sector to submit their application for the Local Journalism Initiative project, which provides funding to hire reporters to cover issues and institutions in underserved communities across Canada.
Please join us for the 7th annual virtual Toronto Newcomer Day on Tuesday May 25, 2021 from 10am to 4pm! All Torontonians are invited to join us in welcoming newcomers in Toronto with activities and entertainment at this showcase of Toronto’s diverse communities.
First proclaimed in 2015, Toronto Newcomer Day is an annual event held in May that welcomes newcomers to Toronto, helps them understand and access a range of services, and celebrates their contributions to the city. The event features a number of activities including cultural performances, virtual tour of City Hall, message from the Mayor and an information fair. For more information about Toronto Newcomer Day, please visit toronto.ca/newcomerday
“Writers and poets have always searched for the Canadian identity; almost instinctively, Canadians have tended to say that they are French Canadians or English Canadians or Ukrainian Canadians or whatever, or simply new Canadians. But what is Canada itself? With the charter in place, we can now say that Canada is a society where all people are equal and where they share some fundamental values based upon freedom." - Memoirs, Pierre Elliot Trudeau
On the 2nd Monday of every month, NEPMCC conducts monthly meetings at the Legislative Building, Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario. In case of public holiday(s), the meeting is scheduled for the third Monday. Meeting agendas are posted here.
Our privilege and duty is to seek and publish the truth, defend free speech and the right to equal treatment under law, capture the diversity of human expert speak for the voiceless and engage civic debate in order to build our community serve the public interest.