COVID-19 Breaking News World News

Who’s Making Money From The Coronavirus? Did You Also Get Scammed?

Reading Time: 2 minutes As COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to spread globally, be on the lookout for associated scams. Fraudsters want to profit from consumers’ fears, uncertainties and misinformation. Examples of COVID-19 fraud Consumers in other countries have shared these scenarios: Private companies offering fast COVID-19 tests for sale Only hospitals can perform the tests No other tests are genuine Read More…

Africa World News

Mozambicans Still Struggling From Deadly Cyclone

Reading Time: 2 minutes World Food Programme (WFP) needs US$91 million to be able to fully implement rehabilitation projects for Idai victims this year. A year after Cyclone Idai devastated much of central Mozambique, limited funding for essential reconstruction is preventing many of the hardest-hit people from getting back on their feet, according to the United Nations World Food Read More…

Breaking News

Popular Boys Organization Knew Staff Were Abusing Young Boys For Over 100 Years

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Boy Scouts of American is the largest scouting organization in the world and one of the largest youth organizations within the United States; but what happens when that organization abandons the Scout’s honour and indulge in unlawful sexual predatory behaviours? If the mission of the Boy Scouts of American is to teach a young Read More…

COVID-19 U.S.A

Trump Once Again Refused To Check For Coronavirus

Reading Time: < 1 minute WASHINGTON – US President Donald Trump has said that he will not take a coronavirus test, despite a recent statement by US House of Representatives speaker Nancy Pelosi that it is necessary to do so. Earlier, Pelosi, responding to a reporter’s question about whether the US President needs to be checked for coronavirus, said that Read More…

Indigenous

Trudeau Government Announces $333.7 Million To Help Preserve Indigenous Languages

Reading Time: < 1 minute The implementation of the Indigenous Language Act—an act to support the efforts of Indigenous Peoples to reclaim, revitalize, maintain and strengthen Indigenous languages—remains a top priority for the Government of Canada. The Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage, is undertaking the first in a series of online and in-person consultation and engagement sessions to implement the Read More…

COVID-19 U.S.A

Coronavirus Puts Prisons In Tight Spot Amid Staff Shortages, Threats Of Lockdown

Reading Time: 4 minutes Federal prison union officials and inmate advocates warn that the combination of chronic understaffing, a new leave policy and the realities of coronavirus quarantines could lead to the first nationwide federal prison lockdown since 1995. As coronavirus races across the country, staffing challenges are particularly complicated in the nation’s jails and prisons where conditions create Read More…