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A Day For Celebration, A Day For Reflection

A Day For Celebration, A Day For Reflection

Just Keep Them Parked, I’ll Validate

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Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (C.U.S.M.A.) Turns 2 Today

Reading Time: 2 minutes Canada’s Minister of International Trade meets with the United States Trade representative and Mexico’s Secretary of Economy. Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business, and Economic Development Mary Ng invites Ambassador Katherine Tai, United States Trade Representative, and Tatiana Clouthier Carrillo, Mexico’s Secretary of Economy, to celebrate the second anniversary of The Canada-United States-Mexico Read More…

R. Kelly Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison For Sex Trafficking

Scotland Provides An Additional 65 Million Pounds In Military Aid To Ukraine

New COVID Variant Has Québécois Worried About A Summer Lockdown

Another 500,000 Afghanistan On The Verge Of Becoming Homelessness
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Another 500,000 Afghanistan On The Verge Of Becoming Homelessness

Reading Time: 3 minutes Eviction threats put hundreds of thousands of vulnerable families at risk of homelessness Christian JepsenRegional Communications Adviser Asia, Europe and Latin America (AELA)Phone/WhatsApp: +254 706 248 391 | Skype ID christian.jepsen1Norwegian Refugee Councilwww.nrc.no| Facebook | Twitter Up to half a million families in Afghanistan are now facing the prospect of homelessness following increasing pressure from the authorities to return Read More…

Key Takeaways From Trudeau’s G7 Meeting In Elmau Germany

Why Is Sterling The Happiest Place To Live In Scotland?

Top 5 Places To Eat In Edinburgh, Scotland

Canada Celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day
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Canada Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

Reading Time: < 1 minute Canada’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit people are the first inhabitants of Canada Reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous people must be at the forefront of every administration at all levels of government. The Indigenous people have endured centuries of wrongdoing at the hands of the various Canadian governments, with many only offering mere symbolism of reconciliation. Read More…

Chief Redhead The Favourite To Become Thompson’s Next MLA

Manito Ahbee Returns With A Joyous Celebration Of Indigenous Culture

Manito Ahbee Returns With A Joyous Celebration Of Indigenous Culture

Will the New Housing Pilot Really Help the Dene People?

Today marks the 1 year anniversary of the MMIWG report

Today Canada Honours Its Missing Murdered, Indigenous Woman, Girls & Two Spirited

$11 Billion Over 6 Years Towards Reconciliation With Indigenous Community

$11 Billion Over 6 Years Towards Reconciliation With Indigenous Community

Nunavut Lifts Public Health Emergency As Of April 11th

Nunavut Lifts Public Health Emergency As Of April 11th

An official apology by the Pope is a huge step towards reconciliation with Canada's Indigenous people

Pope Francis Makes Historic Apology To Canada’s Indigenous People

Nunavut Takes First Steps To Add A New Statutory Holiday

Nunavut Takes First Steps To Adding A New Statutory Holiday

Future Of Grand Chief Arlen Dumas Uncertain After Latest Allegation Of Sexual Assault

Future Of Grand Chief Arlen Dumas Uncertain After Latest Allegation Of Sexual Assault

Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (C.U.S.M.A.) Turns 2 Today

Canada’s Minister of International Trade meets with the United States Trade representative and Mexico’s Secretary of Economy.Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business, and Economic Development Mary Ng invites Ambassador Katherine Tai, United States Trade Representative, and Tatiana Clouthier Carrillo, Mexico’s Secretary of Economy, to celebrate the second anniversary of The Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (C.U.S.M.A.). Ambassador Tai and Secretary Clouthier will be in Vancouver, Canada, from July 7 to 8, 2022, to attend the Free Trade Commission Meeting, where they will participate in important trilateral discussions.In 1994, The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) got enacted, creating a solid

Diljit Dosanjh Bringing Together Diaspora Punjabi Communities Through Music

Punjabi singer Diljit Dosanjh sells out arenas across Canada!Diljit Dosanjh, a Punjabi actor and singer, is making history across the Western world as he sold out arenas across Canada this past week for his ‘Born to Shine’ world tour!Dosanjh made his mark by being the first Punjabi Indian artist to perform in Vancouver’s Roger Arena to a sold-out crowd of 19,000 audience members. He then went on to sell out Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome and Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, performing to a live audience of around 19,000.Julia Lipscombe, a journalist at CBC Vancouver, took to Twitter to share her thoughts on Dosanjh’s concert in

“Freedom Convoy” Leader Tamara Lich Rearrested For Violating Bail Conditions

Lich is back in jail and will appear in front of an Ontario court on Wednesday Tamara Lich, on Monday night in Medicine Hat, Alta., was remanded in custody and will be returned to Ottawa next week. Lich organized the "Freedom Convoy" across Canada and blocked downtown Ottawa and parliament for three weeks in January and February. Lich faces charges of mischief, counselling mischief, obstructing police, counselling to obstruct police, counselling intimidation, and intimidation by blocking and obstructing one or more highways. Lich's defense attorney Eric Granger said he had no reason to believe his client had done anything wrong. "Based on

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Seeking Anne Answer

Reading Time: 5 minutes Seeking Anne Answer by Anne Thompson Somebody wrote “Way back when, I was taught by my family that there was “them” and “us” and “them” were crooks who stole “us” blind and sacrificed us in wars for their gains.  We are taught that we live in a democracy and all is well.  No – we live Read More…

Boring as all Hades

The Government continues to be an active partner with the Black Community to ensure they can overcome systematic barriers to equality.

Canadian Government Commits $25 Million To Support Projects Within The Black Community

A Teacher’s Accomplishments

Incident, not Accident

Rights For Humans, Accountability For Persons

Rights For Humans, Accountability For Persons

The Cash Propaganda

The Cash Propaganda

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Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (C.U.S.M.A.) Turns 2 Today

Reading Time: 2 minutes Canada’s Minister of International Trade meets with the United States Trade representative and Mexico’s Secretary of Economy. Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business, and Economic Development Mary Ng invites Ambassador Katherine Tai, United States Trade Representative, and Tatiana Clouthier Carrillo, Mexico’s Secretary of Economy, to celebrate the second anniversary of The Canada-United States-Mexico Read More…

Happy Independence Day America

Happy Independence Day America

R. Kelly Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison For Sex Trafficking

Ketanji Brown Jackson, Sworn In As 1st Black Women Supreme Court Justice

Ketanji Brown Jackson, Sworn In As 1st Black Women Supreme Court Justice

Cassidy Hutchinson, Former Aid To Meadows, Testimony Is Jaw-Dropping

Cassidy Hutchinson, Former Aid To Meadows, Testimony Is Jaw-Dropping

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