WATCH: Shocking facts about human trafficking on Chai With Molly, Canada’s leading diversity TV.Read More »
WATCH : A frank talk on Canada’s national anthem on Chai With Molly.,Canada’s leading diversity TV.Read More »
Watch a Feisty Discussion Regarding Sex Ed Curriculum on Chai With Molly TV. #ChatTalk #OntarioSexEd #OnPoli
The Ontario government is planning to introduce a revised ‘sex ed’ curriculum starting September 2015. It feels that the current curriculum is not capable of addressing problems faced by children, today. Ontarians feel theirRead More »
#Canadian #Multicultural #Christmas Celebration.
Watch a Canadian Multicultural Christmas Celebration on Chai With Molly, Canada’s leading Diversity T.V. Christmas is the biggest annual celebration in Canada.It has been celebrated here since 1535. Canada is home to people fromRead More »
A Canadian Perspective on the Pro Democracy Protest in Hong Kong seen on Chai With Molly TV #ChaiTalk
The 2014 Hong Kong protests, also called the Umbrella Movement, began in September 2014 when activists in Hong Kong protested outside the Hong Kong Government headquarters and occupied several major city intersections after China’sRead More »
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s speech on the eve of terrorist attack in Ottawa.
God Keep our land glorious and free. O Canada we stand on guard for theeRead More »
Malala Yousafzai 17 today, remains a compelling and irresistible voice for the rights of children and women. #IstandwithMalala
At age 14, Malala Yousafzai was shot point blank in the head by the Taliban, just for wanting an education. She was only 11 when she took on the Taliban by giving voice to herRead More »
David Azrieli, Self-made billionaire, Canadian-Israeli dead at 92
Self-made billionaire real estate developer David Azrieli died Wednesday at the age of 92. He was Born in Poland. He fled the country at 17, eventually immigrating to Canada in 1954. His greatest legacyRead More »
Fighting for Freedom under Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Nanaimo city council under tremendous pressure from the public has finally reversed its decision to ban Christian event at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre, expressing profound apologies and regret for the motion. NanaimoRead More »