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Please see below for our latest complimentary translated summaries of coverage from a selection of ethnic media outlets across Canada. This release features Canadian ethnic and multilingual media reactions to the November 3rd US election.
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What is the impact of Joe Biden's election on Canada? - Spanish
Description: Silvia Mendez, Fabian Merlo - The head of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's election campaign was also the head of Joe Biden's campaign in the US. Joe Biden has promised to include the US in the climate change agreement again. Canada has been one of the main promoters of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. Joe Biden said the US relationship with Canada needs be like eggs and ham, whereby you can't have one without the other. It's expected that Trudeau and Biden will have a much better relationship than Trudeau did with Trump. Radio host Silvia Mendez said for those of us who eat from this menu, in recent years we have learned it's not advisable to put all your eggs in one basket. Therefore, even if Canada-US relations are closer, hopefully we have learned not to put all our eggs in this basket, despite Joe Biden says. In terms of the influx of people crossing irregularly to Canada from the US, it's likely that the Safe Third Country Agreement will remain in place. Silvia Mendez noted that we need to be cautious with the topic of immigration in both Canada and Latin America. On another topic, it's expected that Biden's victory will put wind in the sails of the United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreement.
RADIO - CHIN 91.9 FM Spanish - Toronto, 09/11/2020 - TALK SHOW, Spanish
As Biden wins election, Canada will welcome unprecedented waves of low immigration requirements - Chinese
Description: no byline - Democrat Joe Biden has been elected as the 46th US President, and mainstream media sources around the world are all announcing his victory! Prime Minister Trudeau expressed his congratulations to Biden via Twitter this morning. Although it is not clear what kind of policy changes Biden will make once he comes to power, it is almost certain that America’s policy changes for Chinese international students will be much better than what would have happened if Trump was re-elected. During the pandemic, the Trump government implemented waves of immigration restrictions, causing countless international students and foreign technical talents to turn their focus to Canada since Canada offers better immigration policies. Once Biden takes office, the United States’ immigration situation is bound to reverse – this means those foreign talents may not come to Canada after all. Therefore, we can infer that Canada’s immigration requirements are bound to decline in the next few years. The logic is relatively simple – Trump’s international students and immigration ban had prevented a substantial number of skilled talents from staying in United States, and these talents competed with us for Canada’s immigration quotas. Once Biden’s policies take effect, applicants who originally intended to come to Canada will regain their opportunity to continue working and studying in the United States. This means the competition for immigrating to Canada will decrease while immigration quotas have increased for 2021, 2022 and 2023, according to Minister of Immigration Marco Mendicino’s announcement last week. If the Canadian government wants to meet these new immigration goals, the immigration requirements are bound to drop! Therefore, Biden’s victory is undoubtedly good news for Canada’s international students and oversea applicants.
WEB - superlife.ca - North York, 08/11/2020 - COMMENTARY, Chinese
The U.S. election. and the Meng Wanzhou case - Chinese
Description: Liang Ying An, Wu Rui Zhen - Current affairs commentator Wu Rui Zhen accepted an interview with Sing Tao A1 Chinese Radio to discuss the U.S. election and Canada-China relations. Wu talked about the U.S. election and the Meng Wanzhou case. Wu said: "I believe a lot of evidence shows, and a lot former Liberal leaders feel, the Meng Wanzhou extradition case was a political case since the beginning. Trump wanted to suppress China, and used Huawei as a bargaining chip. If this political setup was his doing, then there's no way he would allow the U.S. to stop pursuing this matter. If Biden takes office, since this political setup was not his doing, if he feels that he doesn't need to use Huawei or Meng Wanzhou to suppress China, then he can talk with Canada to seek a proper resolution in the judicial process. This may change relations between China, the U.S. and Canada." https://dushi.singtao.ca/toronto/财经-分类/财经要闻/白宫之争如何影响加拿大处理软木争议与孟晚舟案/
WEB - Dushi.ca - Markham, 05/11/2020 - NEWS, Chinese
Canada-U.S. trade relations expected to be improved further with Biden - Punjabi
Description: Host Jas Taggar welcomed the U.S election results that saw Joe Biden becoming the next president of the country. She said that the U.S and Canada have strong trade relations. She hoped that with the arrival of Biden trade relations between the two countries will be improved further and new policies will be developed. A caller said that whenever a Democrat becomes the president of the U.S, they pay special attention to Canada and India. The caller welcomed Kamala Harris, who has an Indian origin and has been elected to become vice president of the U.S. The caller also said that Democrats have pro-immigration policies. Many other callers welcomed the new president and hoped for better policies for Canada and India.
RADIO - Guntas Radio on CIAO 530 AM - Toronto, 09/11/2020 - COMMENTARY+ PHONE IN, Punjabi
Biden may adopt Trudeau's policies - Punjabi
Description: It is being said that the new U.S. President Joe Biden will try to follow Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in many policies. Biden said that he will work towards immigration of those who are not on a permanent status in the U.S. Biden will abolish former president Donald Trump’s policies that are not in favor of people in America. Host Amandeep Benipal said that nearly 400,000 -500,000 people from Punjab are yet to get a permanent status in the U.S. A caller said that power shift in the U.S. will bring changes to all over the world including in India.
RADIO - CIAO 530 AM Morning Awaz with Aman Deep - Toronto, 09/11/2020 - COMMENTARY, Punjabi
A positivity is being felt with Biden’s victory - Punjabi
Description: Navraj Grewal - Finally, Joe Biden has been announced as the U.S. president-elect, even though Donald Trump hasn’t accepted his defeat yet. However, people in the US and Canada are happy with Biden’s victory. Trump’s relations with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were not very good. Trudeau congratulated Biden on his victory. Both the leaders shared their priorities with a focus on the fight against the pandemic and climate change. A sense of positivity is being felt with Biden’s victory. Indians and Canadians are trying to link themselves with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, whose mother is Indian and who studied in Montreal. Trump may face probe against tax payment and other issues.
RADIO - CJMR 1320 Apna Punjab - Toronto, 09/11/2020 - COMMENTARY, Punjabi
Canada breathes a sigh of relief at Biden’s victory - Korean
Description: No byline - Canada breathes a sigh of relief at Joe Biden’s victory in the U.S. presidential election, because the Canada-U.S. relationship has been tragic through Trump’s turbulent term. Trump sometimes even threw insults or threats Canada’s way. Here are some things Biden’s victory means for Canadians. First, the Canada-U.S. border restrictions could ease. Second, it could be the end of the Keystone XL pipeline. Third, Biden’s trade policy wouldn’t be much different from Trump’s as Biden is a fan of “buy American” policy. Fourth, fears of the rise of Trumpism in Canadian politics will ease. Fifth, revitalized multinational institutions will allow Canada to thrive again in the world. Sixth, Biden’s climate and environmental policies and commitment to green energy offer the prospect of a better shared environment.
PRINT - The Korea Daily - Vancouver, 08/11/2020 - NEWS, 1 page, Korean