Registration Now Open for Loblaw Cards

(CHYou can now sign up for a $25 gift card to Loblaw stores after the company admitted to price-fixing bread late in 2017. Loblaw Companies...

Sharing Love & Happy Memories

WHEN I was still in elementary, I would see my mother gather all our pictures so she can put them in an album. It...

Linguistic Diversity and Multilingualism in Canadian Homes

Linguistic Diversity and Multilingualism in Canadian Homes: Linguistic diversity is on the rise in Canada. More and more Canadians are reporting a mother tongue or...

Transit fares will increase on January 1

(CHVN) Transit fares will increase at the start of the new year, but unlike the typical five cent increase, full fares will be a...

Ontario’s Minimum Wage to Rise to $14 on January 1

Increased Paid Vacation and New Personal Emergency Days Also Coming into Effect On January 1, 2018, many people across Ontario will see their wages...

Loblaw Offers Free Gift Cards

(CHVN) News broke this week that retailers across Canada have been involved in price-fixing schemes when it comes to bread and bakery items. Loblaw Companies...

A Deficit Worth Worrying About: The Gendered And Racialized Wage Gap

By Kate McInturff (Canadian Women’s Foundation) I was really hoping the recent release of Census data would bring good news: wage gap closed! Racial discrimination...

The Story behind Great-West Life’s Camels

(WPG-CHVN Radio) Every Christmas, three wise men arrive at Great-West Life and park their camels on the roof. They are back again, so we...

Grocerants: Grocery + Restaurant = Opportunities

Millennial consumers are driving forward the “grocerant” trend, creating major opportunities for foodservice in a retail setting. For many consumers, the grocery shopping experience has...

Granny Hopes for ‘Scrapbook 2’

(Clarita O. Manzano and her granddaughter Renzelle Joie G. Manzano share their thoughts on the recent Scrapbook Project initiated by the The Korean/Diversity Times...