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Iraq: Conflict, Destruction Stopping Displaced Families From Returning To Sinjar
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Iraq: Conflict, Destruction Stopping Displaced Families From Returning To Sinjar

Reading Time: 3 minutes By: Samah Hadid, NRC Middle East,Samah.hadid@nrc.no, +962790136972 Widespread destruction of civilian houses, new clashes, and social tensions are stopping two-thirds of displaced families from returning to their homes in Iraq’s north-western town of Sinjar, according to a new report by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). Nearly five years on from the large-scale military operation to Read More…

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UK Health Secretary Announces 10-Year Plan For Dementia

UK Health Secretary Announces 10-Year Plan For Dementia

The First Flight In 6 Years has Taken Off From Yemen's Capital Sana'a

The First Flight In 6 Years has Taken Off From Yemen’s Capital Sana’a

Stones, Blood And Fire As Deborah Samuel Is Murdered In The Caliphate

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Afghan Refugees Will Get a New Life in Canada

Reading Time: 2 minutes Fourteen countries issued a joint statement on human rights restrictions for Afghan women, and Canadian businesses continue to provide jobs for Afghan immigrants By: Charlotte Hui Human rights restrictions on women and girls have increased since the Taliban re-established the Islamic United Emirates of Afghanistan. Today, fourteen foreign ministries, including Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, Read More…

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Charest Wins First English Debate

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Spain Launches 024, National Helpline For Mental Health

Civilian Casualties Halved Since The Start Of The Truce In Yemen

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Will the New Housing Pilot Really Help the Dene People?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The federal government spends $200,000 a year to approve Dene Nation’s Strategic Housing Plan By: Charlotte Hui Northwest Territories -Today, situated on Treaty 8 Territory, Daniel Vandal, Minister of Northern Affairs, and Dene National Chief Gerald Antoine announced additional funding for the Dene Nation’s Strategic Housing initiative. The new housing pilot project will help the Read More…

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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

Indian Act Enfranchisement Litigations On Hold With Government Of Canada

Indian Act Enfranchisement Litigations On Hold With Government Of Canada

Manitoba Celebrates Louis Riel Day, Manitoba’s 1st Premier

Manitoba Celebrates Louis Riel Day, Manitoba’s 1st Premier

The Key First Nation, Welcomes Home Bison Herd Back To Treaty 4 Land

The Key First Nation, Welcomes Home Bison Herd Back To Treaty 4 Land

Everyone Should Be Free To Love Who They Want

International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia By: Charlotte Hui Yesterday, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan, Minister of International Development and Minister responsible for the Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada, and the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business, and Economic Development, stated everyone has the right to be who they are and feel safe expressing their sexual orientation. "May 17 is a day on which we unite to help end discrimination and violence against LGBTQ2I persons and remember that all people—without exception—are born free and equal in dignity and

Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall Are In Ottawa For Day 2 of Their Royal Visit

Prince Charles kicked off his 2022 Royal Tour yesterday with his first stop in Newfoundland By: Charlotte Hui To celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, marking the 70th anniversary on the throne, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will visit three Canadian provinces, Newfoundland and Labrador, Ottawa, and the Northwest Territories. Prince Charles arrived in Canada at 1.30 pm yesterday and was greeted with a welcoming ceremony at the Federal Building and visited the Government House. The Prince and Duchess met and prayed with members of the Indigenous community, reflected at Heart Gardens for aboriginal children

Charest Wins First English Debate

The first all-candidates English debate for the Conservative Party leadership was filled with rhetoric and lots of promises Through the first Conservative debate, the public got their first assessment of the candidates' positions and commitments on significant issues affecting Canadians. Every Candidate made lofty promises but fell short on specifics as to how they planned to pay for them. By: Charlotte Hui Six of the candidates participating in the debate are: Scott Aitchison: Real estate agents, Mayor of Huntsville. Roman Baber: Lawyer, member of the Ontario Provincial Parliament for York Centre. Patrick Brown: Lawyer, Mayor of Brampton. Jean Charest: Lawyer, former premier of

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Boring as all Hades

Reading Time: 6 minutes Thoughts of the Westray Bill while opining on the person named Revera Incorporated By Anne Thompson Three things are needed to deliver safe personal care: Space, Staff, Stuff. Among other things and put quite simply, Revera Incorporated controls the funds that supply the personal care facility (Space) the number of appropriately trained employees (Staff) necessary Read More…

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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

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Incident, not Accident

Rights For Humans, Accountability For Persons

Rights For Humans, Accountability For Persons

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Canadian Mobile Users Will Benefit From Huawei’s 5G Technology

Reading Time: 3 minutes Analysis of Huawei’s leading technologies in the world and the political factors involved By: Charlotte Hui In Global Data’s recent H2 2021 report 5G Radio Access Report “RAN”: Competitive Landscape Assessment, Huawei’s 5G RAN portfolio has been ranked top provider for the third year. In the H2 2021 report, Huawei’s product portfolio outclassed its competitors Read More…

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