immigration

Canada for sale

A federal pilot program could soon thrust “wealthy investor” right next to the beaver in the lexicon of Canadian cultural symbols.Continue...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor for Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015.Continue...

Don’t forget about Canadian ‘Dreamers’

Although the proposal by Canadians to help American ‘Dreamers’ is made with good intentions, we need to give our own Dreamers a chance as well.Continue...

Principal Woolf speaks out on US travel ban, welcoming affected academics to Queen’s

After Principal Daniel Woolf released a statement to the student body on Monday, regarding the University’s reaction to American President Donald Trump’s executive order to ban travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, Woolf talked about possible next steps with The Journal.Continue...

Next step for Queen’s response to US immigrant ban: more than just words

Canadian universities have the power to be safe havens for vulnerable communities and positive values — so far, Queen’s is wielding this power well.Continue...

Brexit: an immigrant's perspective

The hate towards immigrants that has risen exponentially after the Brexit vote is sending chills down my spine an ocean away.Continue...

Global cultures collide in Kingston

A vibrant and raucous celebration of Kingston’s culturally diverse communities took over Confederation Park last Sunday, with art, dance and food from around the world.Continue...

Book review: Can You Hear the Nightbird Call?

Anita Rau Badami’s Can You Hear the Nightbird Call? is an enlightening novel that chronicles the lives of

three strong women over the span of 50 years, linking them...Continue...

Newcomers thrive

It’s not surprising that the children of immigrants are attending university at higher rates than children from families that have been in Canada for many generations. This fact, however, shouldn’t kick off a rush to defund programs that help new immigrants.Continue...