By Yulia Federov
Whether you decide to devour this book from cover to cover, or simply choose to scan its pages in search of that perfect piece of career advice you’re in need of, Careers AF! New Rules…New Tools… has you covered. It’s a book chock-full of concrete, thorough advice that will help you begin, advance or completely reroute your career.
By Jillian Rago
Filipino migrants first arrived in Canada as early as the 1930s. However, it was not until the 1990s that immigration from the Philippines increased rapidly.
Toronto has the highest population of Filipinos, for a major city, while Vancouver and Winnipeg have the second and third largest Filipino communities.
Filipino culture is rooted in their value of the community. This is evident throughout many businesses, organizations, and events hosted in Toronto.
By Carolina Salinas
It has become very common to hear that natural resources are being exploited at an alarming rate. As a result, a wide range of industries have changed their manufacturing process policies, so they can have less of an impact on the environment. The fashion industry is one of many that has acquired creative, innovative processes. And in some cases, even raised awareness to their customers on how being eco-friendly can transcend into their daily wardrobe fashion.
By Carolina Salinas
The history of Asian immigration in Canada goes back to more than 150 ago, when Chinese workers arrived in the west coast to build the Pacific Railway in the mid-nineteenth century. These Asian Canadians not only contributed to building Canada physically, but also culturally, because they provided the country with a wide range of diversity and backgrounds.
By Aaron Zaretsky
On April 15, 1947 Jackie Roosevelt Robinson made history. When he stepped onto Ebbets Field, home of the Brooklyn Dodgers (now the L.A. Dodgers), Robinson broke Major League Baseball’s (MLB) colour barrier. Jackie Robinson’s path to the big leagues has been documented through books, films, and even comic books.