CAI News

  • CAI Speaks about Your Voice in an interview with Akad newspaper HERE
  • Confessions of a CAI Intern HERE 
  • CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Canadian Policy and the Canadian Arab Community HERE
  • CAI 2014 Annual Report. Read more HERE
  • CAI Reports on Canadian Arabs HERE
  • Responding to calls, Canada to resettle 10,000 more Syrian refugees over 3 years, read more HERE
  • Read the CAI commentary in the Globe & Mail on Syrian Refugees HERE

Your Voice is a non-partisan voter education and motivation campaign aiming to inform Canadian Arabs across the country about their right and responsibility to vote, and encourage them to engage in the country's democratic process. 

  Canadian Arab to Watch

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Caro Loutfi: For building democracy through innovative youth engagement

Who would you nominate for upcoming Canadian Arab to Watch?

  Upcoming Events

Sep 10: WebinarCanada’s Party Platform on Mideast Policy, Thur 10 Sept, 2015 - 8:00 PM.  The Canadian-Arab Institute, in partnership with the National Council on Canada-Arab Relations, continue the webinar series with a special event on Canada’s Party Platform on Mideast Policy. This webinar will examine what the three major Canadian political parties, Conservatives, Liberals, and NDP, have posited about their future Mideast policies. Register HERE

Sep 17: Social Community Event Leaders’ Debate Viewing, Thurs 17 Sept, 2015 - 7:00 PM. Let's meet at Mazaya (Dixie x Eglinton) to watch the televised Leaders' Debate that will take place a month before the October 19 Federal Election. This is the only confirmed debate (so far) where the leaders of the three main parties will be attending. The Your Voice team will be there with a commentary panel focusing specifically on Canadian Arab issues. Join us HERE

Sep 26: Panel discussionCan our communities win the next election? Sat 26 Sept, 2015 - 3:00 PM.  Campaign team will be in London Ontario for a community discussion panel.  Details coming soon.

Oct 1: Panel discussion - The youth vote and the challenges Canadian Arab youth may face in connecting with political conversations. Location: Ryerson University [more details soon...]

July 25-Jan.3 2016: The Canadian Arab Institute is proud to partner with the spectacular Aga Khan Museum in Toronto in promoting the art exhibit, Home Ground: Contemporary Art from the Barjeel Art Foundation.  The exhibit will showcase the work of 12 Arab artists who “examine how private life is shaped by current political events,” through works in photography, installation, sculpture, painting, and more. The exhibit starts July 25 and will run until January 3, 2016. 



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