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05 DECEMBER 2009 at 12 H 00 (HE)

 

 

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On this edition of MASALA CANADA I talk to Denis Stairs, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and a former founding Director of Canada's Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University, about Canada's relationships with India and China, and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's trips to both in the past month. 
 
Toronto singer Shweta Subramanian talks about her experiences in Mumbai, her life as one of the Sunsilk Gang of Girls of India, and her return to Canada to continue her musical career. 
 
And Srimoyee Mitra, Programming Coordinator at SAVAC (Toronto's South Asian Visual Arts Centre) talks about the exhibition she curated “Crossing Lines: An Intercultural Dialogue” at the Glenhyrst Art Gallery in Brantford. She brought together eight Indigenous Aboriginal and South Asian artists together in the show to open a dialogue between the two communities. 
 
 
WEB LINKS: 
Centre Foreign Policy Studies – centreforforeignpolicystudies.dal.ca 
Shweta Subramanian music and info – www.shweta.ca 
SAVAC – www.savac.net 
Glenhyrst Art Gallery - www.glenhyrst.ca

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