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World Aids Day, 35 Years Of Reflection

Reading Time: 2 minutes Jim Kane reflects on 35 years of living with HIV By Jim Kane I have been living with HIV for 35 years now, and have been surviving the COVID-19 pandemic without contracting the virus so far. Since the new pandemic with COVID first surfaced, it reminded me of the times in the early 80’s when Read More…

Self-love is a reading learned from the book The Power of the Subconscious Mind by Dr. Ibrahim El-Feki – may God have mercy on him –

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A fully autonomous passenger shuttle service begins trials on UK roads today, Science Minister George Freeman has announced.

Fully Autonomous Shuttle Arrives In UK

Canada Issues Travel Ban To Slow Spread Of Omicron Variant
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Canada Issues Travel Ban To Slow Spread Of Omicron Variant

Reading Time: 3 minutes Government of Canada introduces new measures to address COVID-19 Omicron variant of concern   Public health authorities in South Africa have confirmed that a new COVID-19 variant of concern (B.1.1.529) has been detected in that country. Over the past 24 hours, this variant – named Omicron by the World Health Organization — has also been Read More…

Saudi Arabia’s Expertise Combatting MERS, Made The Kingdom Well Prepared For Fighting COVID-19

UK Confirms Two Case Of Omicron COVID-19 Variant

UK Confirms Two Case Of Omicron COVID-19 Variant

97 Airlines Are Banned From EU Skies

97 Airlines Are Banned From EU Skies

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131 Days in Office: PC Minister of Economic Development and Jobs Mute on BIPOC Unemployment Challenges

Reading Time: < 1 minute It is now 131 days since the MLA for Waverley Mr. Jon Reyes was appointed the Minister of Economic Development and Jobs by the former Premier Brian Pallister. The Waverley constituency is a multiculturally diverse community with about 6% of the population identified as Aboriginal people and over 58% visible minority groups. Unemployment and food Read More…

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

Canadians Commemorate Indigenous Veterans Day

Missing – Ms Klarissa Muswagon

Pope Francis Accepts Invitation To Canada To Talk Reconciliation

MKO Honours Students of Elkhorn Residential School

MKO Honours Students of Elkhorn Residential School

Lobster Fishing Agreement Reached With Bear River & Annapolis Valley First Nations

Lobster Fishing Agreement Reached With Bear River & Annapolis Valley First Nations

Honouring Our Ancestors – MKO Continues Reconciliation Dialogue

Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, Ends 24 Year Boiled Water Advisory Ends

Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, Ends 24 Year Boiled Water Advisory Ends

Party Leaders Dismiss Federal Government’s Work On Reconciliation

Canadian Government Returned To Parliament

A new session of parliament took a place After five months of pausing By: Maha Altamimi Parliament resumed its work on November 22, after taking a hiatus since the election, and a combination of new and re-elected MPs returned to the House of Commons. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau opened up thanking all of the winners, saying that Canadians "chose a Parliament that would work together to get big things done.” New rules requiring everyone visiting the House of Commons and Senate buildings to be fully vaccinated, or have a valid medical exemption went into effect. Regarding the vaccination requirements, MP Holland expressed disappointment

Rescue Teams Recover 4 Casualties From Mudslides

Rainstorms continue to cause severe damages to homes, properties and roads in British Columbia and sadly, it has caused its first fatalities. On Monday, rescue teams recovered the body of a woman near the mudslide on Highway 99 close to Lillooet. She was the first confirmed death. The bodies of three other people were also discovered between Monday and Thursday, bringing the number of confirmed casualties to four. The extreme weather caused some communities to suffer from power outages while a lot of them had to evacuate their homes to remain safe. The entire city of Merritt consisting of 7000 residents had

O’Toole’s Contentious Leadership Style Is Causing Dissension In The Party

O’Toole is in a tough leadership fight to remain party leader O'Toole continues to face mounting criticism regarding his policies and unfulfilled promises made as the leader of the Conservative Party. The criticisms have become sharper in the aftermath of losing the race to becoming Canada’s next Prime Minister to Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, which also lead to the party losing 2 key seats. Many Senators aren’t happy with O’Toole and his policies regarding several issues, such as gun laws and his carbon tax, which are some of the most contentious issues he is facing in his upcoming leadership review. According to the

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Rights For Humans, Accountability For Persons
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Rights For Humans, Accountability For Persons

Reading Time: 4 minutes Dedicated to my Mum, Isabel Sommerville, RN, BN, MPA By Anne Thompson Under Canadian law, a corporation is considered to be a legal person who can own property, borrow money, pay taxes, hire employees, and commence or be subject to a lawsuit.  They can be guided, but they cannot care, nor have empathy, nor have they Read More…

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The Cash Propaganda

Jamie Moses, First Black MLA To Speak In The Manitoba Legislature

Jamie Moses, First Black MLA To Speak In The Manitoba Legislature

University of Toronto Mississauga Charging Mandatory Fees To Students For Closed Facilities

Canadian University Continues To Charge Students Fees For Facilities That Are Closed Due To COVID-19

Chief Medical Officer Calls for renewed COVID-19 privacy

Chief Medical Officer Calls for renewed COVID-19 privacy

Our actions and inaction's, have hurt a lot of people

Our actions and inaction’s, have hurt a lot of people

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Another Mass Shooting In America

Another Mass Shooting In America

Reading Time: < 1 minute 3 dead and multiple injured in Michigan mass shooting There is nothing we can say that we have not said before. Politicians can keep their proverbial “Thoughts & Payers” and get their shit together and keep the kids safe. Mass shootings in America are horrific and preventable but expected. After all, the right to bear Read More…

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Three Georgia Residents Found Guilty Of Murdering An Innocent Unarmed Black Man

Rittenhouse Not Guilty Verdict, Confirms Two Justice System In America

Prime Minister Trudeau to attend North American Leaders’ Summit