Elon Musk's, Space X, Wins the race back to space
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Elon Musk’s, Space X, Wins the race back to space

Reading Time: < 1 minute Elon Musk’s, Space X, Wins the race back to space. First space shuttle launch on US soil in a decade On Saturday, May 30 at 3:22 p.m. EDT, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launched Crew Dragon’s second demonstration (Demo-2) mission from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and the next day Crew Dragon autonomously docked to Read More…

Minister Hajdu sets out $4.8M to help Canadians stop smoking
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Minister Hajdu sets out $4.8M to help Canadians stop smoking

Reading Time: 2 minutes Minister Hajdu sets out $4.8M to help Canadians stop smoking. 2016-17 vaping among students has doubled Tobacco is the leading preventable cause of premature death and disease in Canada. Although progress has been made over the years to reduce tobacco use among Canadians, it continues to be a significant public health problem. Troubling trends of Read More…

Ontario Takes Steps to Protect Seniors in Care Homes
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Ontario Takes Steps to Protect Seniors in Care Homes

Reading Time: 2 minutes Ontario Takes Steps to Protect Seniors in Care Homes. Seniors remain the most vulnerable to catching COVID-19 Province Makes Regulatory Amendments in Response to Pandemic Today, the Ontario government made amendments to the Retirement Homes Act, 2010 regulation, enabling the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority (RHRA) to better support seniors living in retirement homes during the COVID-19 outbreak.  Read More…

Skidegate First Nation on Haida Gwaii BC, Connected Remotely
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Skidegate First Nation on Haida Gwaii B.C, Connected Remotely

Reading Time: 3 minutes Skidegate First Nation on Haida Gwaii BC, Connected Remotely. Children’s mental health remains a priority As British Columbians get used to a new normal brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, child care providers like Susan Ellis knew she and her staff would have to find creative ways to provide comfort and care for the children Read More…

Nigeria: Borno launches COVID-19 heroes’ campaign
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Nigeria: Borno launches COVID-19 heroes’ campaign

Reading Time: 3 minutes Borno launches COVID-19 heroes’ campaign. The Borno state has the displacements for many people The campaign aims to demystify and de-stigmatize COVID-19 survivors by declaring them heroes and heroines of a disease that has claimed 25 lives in Borno As part of the ongoing response to the COVID-19 outbreak in north-east Nigeria, Borno State, WHO Read More…

Hate Unmasked In America
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Hate Unmasked In America

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hate Unmasked In America. Asians across the globe continue to face racial attacks for the Coronavirus. A neighbor shouted at Anna Almendrala and daughter Marigold Ganz for walking on their street without a mask a few days after the city of Los Angeles made mask use mandatory when leaving the house. (Courtesy of Anna Almendrala) Read More…

US: Provide Reparations for 1921 ‘Tulsa Race Massacre’
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US: Provide Reparations for 1921 ‘Tulsa Race Massacre’

Reading Time: 4 minutes Provide Reparations for 1921 ‘Tulsa Race Massacre. State, City Should have a plan to Compensate Survivors Reverend Robert Turner of the historic Vernon African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church, damaged in the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, leads a reconciliatory pilgrimage of sorts from Mount Vernon AME to Tulsa City Hall every Wednesday, demanding “reparations now.” © 2019 Read More…

Enough is Enough - Sound of the Beast Podcast Edition
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Enough is Enough – Sound of the Beast Podcast Edition

Reading Time: < 1 minute Enough is Enough – Sound of the Beast Podcast Edition. A real honest discussion on racism in America Very powerful, honest talk about police officers killing unarmed Black Men in America on “The Sound of The Beast” podcast. The host Tunde Tokunboh is also in law enforcement, so you get an authentic perspective. We encourage Read More…

Canada leads 2nd round of clean energy discussions with IEA
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Canada leads 2nd round of clean energy discussions with IEA

Reading Time: 2 minutes Canada leads 2nd round of clean energy discussions with IEA. Canada has a role to play in renewable energy Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the energy sector and its workers have reliably provided the power that Canadians and essential services depend on. Today, Seamus O’Regan Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources participated in the International Energy Agency’s Read More…

Bee-lieve it: B.C. celebrates the Day of the Honey Bee
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Bee-lieve it: B.C. celebrates the Day of the Honey Bee

Reading Time: 2 minutes B.C. celebrates the Day of the Honey Bee. Honey Bees economic contribution is over $3.2B. In recognition of the significant role the province’s honey bees and native pollinators play in B.C.’s agricultural industry and the lives of British Columbians, May 29 is proclaimed Day of the Honey Bee. “Honey bees and native pollinators may be Read More…

Trudeau announces another $285M for Indigenous communities
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Trudeau announces another $285M for Indigenous communities

Reading Time: 3 minutes Trudeau announces another $285M for Indigenous communities. $44.8M over five years to build 12 new shelters COVID-19 has further highlighted many existing challenges already facing Indigenous peoples, particularly those who live in remote areas. Throughout the pandemic, the federal government has been working closely with the Indigenous community to ensure their immediate and long health Read More…

COVID-19, found guilty of disrupting court procedures
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COVID-19, found guilty of disrupting court procedures

Reading Time: 2 minutes COVID-19, found guilty of disrupting court procedures. The virus brings unique challenges to courtrooms “COVID-19 has brought unprecedented challenges for court users and justice sector partners,” said David Eby, Attorney General. “Working with the judiciary, we are assessing courthouses to determine the best approach to protect the health of court users. Each courthouse is different, Read More…

Trudeau Leads High-level COVID-19 solution panel
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Trudeau Leads High-level COVID-19 solution panel

Reading Time: 6 minutes Trudeau Leads High-level COVID-19 solution panel. The world is counting on a solution as the death toll rises United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, and the Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness, will convene world leaders and international organizations today in a joint initiative to sharpen and accelerate our Read More…

Philippines: Lasting Harm to Children from ‘Drug War’
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Philippines: Lasting Harm to Children from ‘Drug War’

Reading Time: 5 minutes Philippines: Lasting Harm to Children from ‘Drug War’. Duterte’s war on drugs is tearing families apart UN Human Rights Council Should Promote Justice for Killings Jennifer M. drew this using pencil and crayon as part of her therapy  for the psychological distress she suffered after witnessing the killing of her father by police officers inside their Read More…

President Duterte will not reopen schools without a vaccine
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President Duterte will not reopen schools without a vaccine

Reading Time: 2 minutes President Duterte will not reopen schools without a vaccine. It will be a disaster said Duterte President Rodrigo Duterte believes the opening of classes should be pushed back until a vaccine that could protect persons against coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) would be developed. In a public address late Monday night, Duterte said it was “useless” Read More…

May 28, UK set to roll out National Contact Tracing
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May 28, UK set to roll out National Contact Tracing

Reading Time: 4 minutes May 28, UK set to roll out National Contact Tracing Service. 25,000 staff dedicated to contact tracing The Uk to set to launch new National Health Service (NHS) Test and Trace service will launch tomorrow (Thursday 28 May) across England, the government announced. The service will help identify, contain and control coronavirus, reduce the spread Read More…

Andrew Scheer getting $1,200 COVID-19 cheque #U.S.CITIZEN
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Andrew Scheer getting $1,200 COVID-19 cheque #U.S.CITIZEN

Reading Time: 2 minutes Andrew Scheer getting $1,200 COVID-19 cheque #U.S.CITIZEN. 1000s of Canadians getting US stimulus cheques Thousands of people in Canada can expect a letter shortly from the U.S. Treasury Department explaining that they will be receiving stimulus cheques of $1200 called the Economic Impact Payments. All American citizens who filed taxes in 2018 or 2019 will Read More…

Crown will not appeal Maurice Johnson hit and run verdict
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Crown will not appeal Maurice Johnson hit and run verdict

Reading Time: 3 minutes Crown will not appeal Maurice Johnson hit and run verdict. Brady Francis, of Elsipogtog First Nation, killed by Johnson Following a thorough review, provincial Crown prosecutors will not appeal the April 28 acquittal of Maurice Johnson following his trial on a hit and run charge. The acquittal of Johnson in this case has raised many Read More…

Long Term Care Homes are Failing Seniors - Epic Misconduct
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Long Term Care Homes are Failing Seniors – Epic Misconduct

Reading Time: 3 minutes Long Term Care Homes are Failing Seniors – Epic Misconduct. Canadian ARMED Forces report detail mismanagement It is incredible that it takes a simple report from the military medical services to tell governments and Canadians what we have known for years; that senior homes in Canada are offering below standard care which is borderline criminal.  Read More…

GM Oshawa plant to make 10M masks for Government of Canada
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GM Oshawa plant to make 10M masks for Government of Canada

Reading Time: 2 minutes GM Oshawa plant to make 10M masks for Government of Canada. Production to start immediately saving many jobs Prime Minister Trudeau today announced a contract with General Motors of Canada to provide 10 million face masks over the next year with production to begin immediately. GM Canada will manufacture the face masks at cost at Read More…