World Partnership Walk reflects the best of Canadian values

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Source: Georgia Straight Vancouver – By Editor Charlie Smith, Georgia Straight Nowadays, the best known Ismaili in Canada might be the incredibly popular Calgary mayor, Naheed Nenshi, but there is no shortage of high achievers in the community. Some politicians are focusing a great deal of attention on “Canadian values”, particularly…

Public Policy Forum honours Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi as Exemplary Canadian

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On Thursday, April 20, 2017 at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre, the Public Policy Forum held its 30th Annual Testimonial Dinner. The evening, hosted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, was a celebration of exemplary Canadians who have made significant contributions in policy and social justice and who have helped bring Canada…

Germany: Calgary’s Muslim Mayor Naheed Nenshi’s critics to Donald Trump featured on ‘Islamische Zeitung’- Islamic Newspaper | Article in German language

04.01.2016 Erster muslimischer Bürgermeister in Nordamerika kämpft gegen Hass-Rhetorik. Von Christina Horsten Typ mit dem breiten Grinsen Foto: WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM, swiss-image.ch, Photo Remy Steinegger Naheed Nenshi ist der erste muslimische Bürgermeister einer nordamerikanischen Metropole. Aus dem kanadischen Calgary heraus setzt er sich für die Verständigung der Religionen ein, kritisiert Donald Trump und will so…

Watch Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi Keynote talk at LaFontaine-Baldwin Symposium | Stratford Festival Forum 2015

Stratford Festival Published on 24 Sep 2015 Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi delivers the 13th LaFontaine-Baldwin Symposium keynote on citizenship and the importance of inclusion alongside Adrienne Clarkson and John Ralston Saul. Using a keynote address followed by an intimate roundtable discussion, the Symposium encourages a dialogue between the audience and our lecturers. It aims to…

Decades of Declining Refugee Protection in Canada Under Harper — Real News com video

TheRealNews Uploaded on 16 Sep 2015 A Panel with Harsha Walia of No One Is Illegal and Gloria Nafziger of Amnesty International, discusses Harper delusions, the politics of election rhetoric, and how Canada could dramatically improve its refugee settlement programs ***** Related posts in PBSJ Blog: Nenshi calls Ottawa’s response to Syrian refugee crisis ‘disgraceful’…