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Al-Hilāl

Al-Hilāl

In 1972 Voice of Pakistan began publishing in Toronto. It ran for about a year under that name, then changed its title to The Fortnightly Crescent, and then just The Crescent, under which name it was known until 1981. At that time it changed names again to Al-Hilal (which means “...
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Bavarijas Latviesu Vestnesis

Bavarijas Latviesu Vestnesis

Bavarijas Latviesu Vestnesis (Latvian News Bulletin in Bavaria) was a weekly Latvian language newpaper published in Munich, Germany in 1945 and January 1946, when it began publishing as Latviesu Vestnesis in Dillinger an der Donau. From late 1946 to 1951, the newpaper was published semi-weekly...
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Berliner Journal

Berliner Journal

Between the years 1820 and 1870, 50,000 to 60,000 German immigrants settled in Upper Canada and the Ottawa Valley. Many of the immigrants came from southwest Germany, where the practice of dividing inheritances and the influx of products from industrial England had created economic upheaval, resulting in the emigration...
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Brivais Latvietis

Brivais Latvietis

A Latvian language newspaper, Brivais Latvietis (Free Latvian) was published in Edmonton beginning June 15, 1948 until its merger in May 1949 with the Toronto newspapers Atbalss (Echo) and Kanadas Vestnesis (Canada Gazette) to form Briva Balss (Free Voice), ...
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Canadan Uutiset

Canadan Uutiset

Canadan Uutiset (Canada News) is a Finnish language community newspaper first published November 11, 1915 in Port Arthur / Thunder Bay, Ontario. In its early days, the newspaper was operated by a group of conservative, non-Socialist Finns, and in the 1930s it was closely associated with the Central...
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Chinatown News

Chinatown News

The Chinatown News was an English-language biweekly magazine founded by Roy Mah and published by the Chinese Publicity Bureau in Vancouver, British Columbia. Roy Mah was an active member of many Chinese-Canadian organizations, including the Chinese Veterans, and was a proud first generation Canadian. Mah...
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Chinese Canadian Community News

Chinese Canadian Community News

Although it developed later than the British Columbia community, Chinese immigration to Ontario was already a significant force in the 1950s. After changes to immigration policy in 1967 opened the doors to skilled workers, large Chinese communities began to form in Toronto and Ottawa, as well other large Canadian cities...
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Chinese Express

Chinese Express

Although it developed later than the British Columbia community, Chinese immigration to Ontario was already a significant force in the 1950s. After changes to immigration policy in 1967 opened the doors to skilled workers, large Chinese communities began to form in Toronto and Ottawa, as well other large Canadian cities...
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Crescent

Crescent

Because of immigration restrictions on South Asians, Canada’s Pakistani communities did not begin to be established until well into the 1960s. According to the Encyclopedia of Canada’s Peoples, "When the 1951 quota system that provided places for 100 Pakistanis was replaced with a point system in 1967, the...
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El Popular

El Popular

El Popular was a weekly Latin American newspaper published in Toronto between 1970 and 1987. Edited by Miguel Rakiewicz, its articles were written in the Spanish language. Contributed by Multicultural History Society of Ontario.


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