Canada recognizes Historic Significance of Residential Schools
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Canada recognizes Historic Significance of Residential Schools

Reading Time: 4 minutes Residential schools destroyed Indigenous families and were designed to destroy Indigenous culture The Residential School System is a tragedy born from colonial policies in Canada’s history. It is one that has had negative effects on generations of Indigenous peoples with enduring impacts on First Nation, Inuit and Métis communities, cultures, economies, traditional knowledge and ways Read More…

B.C invests $39.8 million to upgrade Surrey classrooms
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B.C invests $39.8 million to upgrade Surrey classrooms

Reading Time: 3 minutes B.C government continues record investment into classroom construction A 240-seat expansion at K.B. Woodward Elementary and seismic upgrades at Prince Charles Elementary and Queen Elizabeth Secondary will bring an improved learning experience to students in Surrey. “No matter where they live, B.C. students deserve the best educational experiences possible, and that means learning in safe, Read More…

Worst oil ever recorded in Mauritius water, over 1 million litres dumped into Indian Ocean
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Worst oil spill catastrophe ever in Mauritius history, WAKASHIO tanker dumped over 1 million litres into Indian Ocean

Reading Time: 2 minutes Japan to dispatch disaster recovery experts to assist with the WAKASHIO oil spill clean up Japan has dispatched the third Japan Disaster Relief (JDR) Expert Team, which consists of 6 members, to the Republic of Mauritius to deal with the oil spill from the bulk carrier “WAKASHIO” which has been stranded off the coast of Read More…

Canada celebrates 40th anniversary of Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope
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Canada celebrates 40th anniversary of Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope

Reading Time: 2 minutes Over $750 million worldwide have been donate to fight cancer in the Name of Terry Fox Terry Fox was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and raised in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, a community near Vancouver on Canada’s west coast. An active teenager involved in many sports, Terry was only 18 years old when he was diagnosed Read More…

Canadians are the lucky ones; Trudeau secures 4 COVID-19 vaccines for Canada
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Canadians are the lucky ones; Trudeau secures 4 COVID-19 vaccines for Canada

Reading Time: 3 minutes Trudeau government secures close to 200 million COVID-19 vaccine doses While many countries are struggling to contain the coronavirus and have not yet secured agreements with major drug companies to be recipient of the first available COVID-19 vaccines, Canada remains miles ahead of rest. Not only have the Canadians put in place a national strategy Read More…