Eastern Canada Indigenous

30th Anniversary of the Oka Crisis

30th Anniversary of the Oka Crisis. Indigenous Solidarity. The 78-day confrontation that took place throughout the summer of 1990 “Thirty years ago, on this day, an armed standoff began in Kanesatà:ke and resulted in the deployment of the Canadian Armed Forces to Kanesatà:ke and Kahnawà:ke. This conflict was rooted in a centuries old land dispute Read More…

24H care for seniors in care home now becomes Finnish Law

24H care for seniors in care home now becomes Finnish Law

Minimum staffing levels in care homes has been detriment to seniors In future, provisions on a minimum staffing level in units for service housing with 24-hour assistance and for long-term institutional care for older people will be laid down by law. Until now, quality recommendations have been used to determine the staffing levels. After the Read More…


Switzerland and the United States secret aircraft systems

Can the FAA under Trump be trusted The Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation FOCA and the US Federal Aviation Administration FAA have signed a declaration of intent to strengthen collaboration in the area of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Collaboration will focus on research and development and on the exchange of ideas, personnel and information Read More…

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Money laundering in Europe about to get a punch in the face

MEP’s new measures set to disrupt flow of illegal currency Interconnected registers of beneficial owners, a preventive blacklisting policy and effective sanctions are among tools proposed by Member of European Parliament (MEPs) to stop money laundering. In a resolution adopted on Friday with 534 votes to 25 and 122 abstentions, MEPs welcomed the Commission’s Action Plan on Read More…

Nova Scotian women receives top recognition form the Queen
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Nova Scotian women receives top recognition from the Queen

Queens highest honour for volunteering, Commonwealth Points of Light award Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has recognized Rebeccah Raphael, representing Canada, as the 147th Commonwealth Point of Light in honour of her exceptional voluntary service supporting the educational needs of young people during the COVID-19 pandemic. His Honour The Honourable Arthur J. LeBlanc, Lieutenant Governor Read More…