Accès Asie is the longest running Asian Heritage Festival in Canada.
The English-Language Arts Network is devoted to helping Quebec’s English-language artists make connections with one another, with their francophone colleagues and with their audiences in Quebec, Canada and internationally.
TSAR Publications is dedicated to bringing to the reading public fresh new writing from Canada and across the world that reflects the diversity of our rapidly globalizing world, particularly in Canada and the United States. Our focus is on works that can loosely be termed “multicultural” and particularly those that pertain to Asia and Africa.
Briarpatch is Saskatchewan’s independent alternative news magazine committed to building a socialist democratic society. We provide a forum for disadvantaged peoples and support progressive movements working to change unjust structures and build a genuine political and economic democracy. We support peace, equality, democracy, social justice, Aboriginal self-determination, and the protection of the environment. We oppose the oppression of people on the basis of nation, class, race, gender, ability and sexual orientation.
Ricepaper is a national literary arts magazine committed to providing voice and focus on East Asian and Southeast Asian culture. A forum for inclusive, representative and progressive dialogue, Ricepaper showcases the quality work by artists, scholars, and cultural producers that reflects the diverse interests of Asian Canadians. By providing an alternative to mainstream media for both readers and advertisers, Ricepaper strives to connect the local, national, and global community by challenging the parameters of how Asian Canadians are perceived and defined.
Started in 2010, Asian Canadian wiki is a website dedicated to promoting the Asian Canadian community and is a database of all things Asian Canadian – from artists, scientists, leaders, to cultural centres, community organizations and festivals.
On October 22, 2012 the CBC aired a program by David Gutnick about Baba Yaga Housing in Paris which tells the story of 85-year-old feminist Thérèse Clerc, the activist behind France’s first state-funded, self-administered, woman-only residence. http://www.cbc.ca/player/Radio/The+Sunday+Edition/ID/2290287979/
Inspired by the women of France who took ‘senior housing’ into their hands, women across Canada are connecting to take action on the needs of women, of all income levels, to age with a quality of life in Canada.
The babahousing.ca website will function as a networking and information sharing site. People are encouraged to develop regional networks and communities and then post a contact for those regional contacts on this site. Check under ‘contact us’ for a regional contact. http://www.babahousing.ca/