New Trump Social Media, TruthSocial Coming 2022
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New Trump Social Media, TruthSocial Coming 2022

Reading Time: < 1 minute Trump propaganda machine set to launch in 2020 TDS News – January 8, 2021, was the day the former US President Donald Trump was silenced from his tens of millions of followers on his social network of choice Twitter. Within days, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and several of the more popular networks permanently banned or suspended the Read More…

Canada's COVID-19 Guidelines Set For International Travellers
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Canada’s COVID-19 Guidelines Set For International Travellers

Reading Time: 4 minutes Using Canada’s COVID-19 proof of vaccination for travel The Canadian COVID-19 proof of vaccination provides Canadian residents with a reliable way to demonstrate that they are vaccinated against COVID-19 when travelling within and outside Canada. Canadians can get their proof of vaccination from their province or territory (for more information, visit Canada.ca/vaccine-proof). Each country decides what Read More…

U.S.A

The US House Of Representatives Committee Voted To Condemn Bannon For Contempt of Congress

Reading Time: < 1 minute Bannon cannot evade testifying before the House Committee By: Maha Ahmad On Tuesday night, a House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Terror attack on the US Capitol attack, formally authorized putting former US President Donald Trump’s top advisers Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress. This now sets the stage for a crucial House vote later Read More…

MKO Honours Students of Elkhorn Residential School
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MKO Honours Students of Elkhorn Residential School

Reading Time: 3 minutes MKO Held A Ceremony and Feast Held in Honour of Children from Northern Manitoba On Monday, October 18, MKO Grand Chief Garrison Settee travelled with Elders to host a ceremony at a small gravesite where children from the Elkhorn Residential School are buried. The ceremony included music, prayers, a sacred fire, offerings, and a feast. Elder Stan LaPierre led and Read More…

United Kingdom

Boris Johnson Declared The Pandemic Was Over Prematurely

Reading Time: < 1 minute An increase in Britain’s Covid-19 cases contradicts Johnsons’ statement declaration. By: Rawan Alshehri There has been an alarming increase in Covid-19 cases throughout Britain, which is something that was expected and does not align with UK Prime Minister Johnson’s declaration of the pandemic being over. Nor does it apply to the policies he has implemented Read More…

Western Canada

Jyoti Gondek Makes History as Calgary’s First Female Mayor

Reading Time: < 1 minute Jyoti Gondek wins the 2021 election to become Calgary’s first female mayor By: Maha Altamimi Prabjhote Kaur, mostly known as “Jyoti Gondek,” was born in London, England 1969. She is a Canadian politician who was elected as Calgary’s first female mayor on October 18, 2021.  In this context, she is replacing Naheed Nenshi, who has Read More…

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Edmonton Elects Amarjeet Sohi As The 36th Mayor

Reading Time: < 1 minute Amarjeet Sohi, former Liberal MP wins the Edmonton 2021 election By: Rawan Alshehri On Monday, October 18, former Liberal member of Parliament Amarjeet Sohi was elected Edmonton’s 2021 Mayor elect. Sohi replaces outgoing Don Iveson becoming the 36th Mayor of Edmonton. Sohi is an Indo-Canadian politician who immigrated to Canada in 1981. He worked as Read More…

Former Winnipeg Jet Suspended For Using A Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Card
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Former Winnipeg Jet Suspended For Using A Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Card

Reading Time: < 1 minute Evander Kane, the former Winnipeg Jet Suspended 21 days for falsifying his COVID-19 vaccine status Former Winnipeg Jet, Evander Kane has been suspended by the National Hockey League (NHL) for violating the league’s COVID-19 safety protocols. The NHL has some of the strictest COVID-19 policies in professional sports and requires all players to be fully Read More…

Europe

UN World Food Security Elects Spaniard As President

Reading Time: < 1 minute Incoming Gabriel Ferrero shares plans for World Food Security agency  Co-Authors; Maha Altamimi & Rawan Alshehri  The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) was founded in 1974 and reorganized in 2009 to serve as the most inclusive international and intergovernmental forum for all stakeholders to collaborate on ensuring food security and nutrition for everyone.  The Read More…

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Colin Powell – April 5, 1937 – October 18, 2021

Reading Time: < 1 minute Powell served as the United States first Black Secretary of State Colin Luther Powell was a retired four-star army general that served as America’s National Security Advisor, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs and the first black Secretary of State in the United States of America under the Bush administration.  “General Colin L. Powell, former U.S. Read More…

Africa

South Sudan Works To Eliminate Yellow Fever

Reading Time: < 1 minute South Sudan National Public Health Laboratory is increasing their vaccination capacity The National Public Health Laboratory in South Sudan is currently working on building their capacity to take part in controlling the Yellow Fever virus. This is in response to the ongoing outbreaks of the virus throughout the years. South Sudan has seen 187 cases Read More…

U.S.A

17 American Christian Missionaries And 1 Canadian Kidnapped in Haiti

Reading Time: < 1 minute Kidnapping in Haiti is a big business By: Maha Altamimi According to a former field director for Christian Aid Ministries, seventeen American victims, including three children, and one Canadian were kidnapped by a gang in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Saturday. The kidnapping occurred after the missionaries left an orphanage in the crisis-stricken Caribbean island. They were Read More…

Middle East

Why Does Saudi Arabia Not Have A Problem With Homeless?

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Saudi Government’s housing program should be adopted in North America Homelessness is an issue that is common to people around the world and governments struggle to solve this problem. In a country like Saudi Arabia, the government continues to put all their efforts into dealing with this problem while lowering the rate of homelessness Read More…

United Kingdom

UK Government Invests Over £300 Million To Improve Teaching Qualifications

Reading Time: < 1 minute Prime Minister Johnson affirms support for new trainee teachers in high-demand subjects By: Maha Altamimi Starting from 2022 to 2023, all fresh UK graduates will receive tax-free bursaries of up to £15,000 for training in subjects such as languages, geography, design, technology, and an additional £24,000 bursary or a £26,000 scholarship for teachers studying math, Read More…

Trudeau Sets Date For Swearing In New Cabinet
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Trudeau Sets Date For Swearing In New Cabinet

Reading Time: 3 minutes Prime Minister Trudeau announces the dates of the Cabinet swearing-in and return of Parliament In September, Canadians chose to move forward for everyone. They chose to take strong action to beat the COVID-19 pandemic, create jobs and grow the middle class, put homeownership back in reach for everyone, and tackle climate change. The Government of Read More…

2 Winnipeg Taxi Drivers Charged With Assaulting Indigenous Women
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2 Winnipeg Taxi Drivers Charged With Assaulting Indigenous Women

Reading Time: 3 minutes MKO Encourages First Nations Citizens Accessing Taxis in the City of Winnipeg to Remain Vigilant Treaty One Territory, Winnipeg, MB –Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Inc. (MKO) continues to be concerned about the safety of First Nations citizens from Northern Manitoba in regard to using taxis in the City of Winnipeg. This month, there have been two taxi drivers Read More…

Toronto Gears Up For Big Vaccination Weekend
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Toronto Gears Up For Big Vaccination Weekend

Reading Time: 2 minutes Shop And Vax 2.0 COVID-19 vaccination clinics to offer first and second vaccination doses This weekend, clinics across Toronto will be offering first and second COVID-19 vaccination doses at local malls and shopping centres as part of Shop And Vax 2.0. Team Toronto has joined forces with Cadillac Fairview, No Frills, Primaris, Rexall, Rio Can, Read More…

Canada/US Border To Reopen In November To The Fully Vaccinated
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Canada/US Border To Reopen In November To The Fully Vaccinated

Reading Time: 1 minute The Canada/US border has been closed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic On October 12, 2021, the United States announced that in November, they will begin allowing fully vaccinated travellers from Canada to enter the United States at land and ferry points of entry for discretionary (non-essential reasons), such as tourism. The Canada Border Services Agency Read More…

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

Reading Time: 2 minutes Interim understanding reached that will see Bear River and Annapolis Valley First Nations members fishing in pursuit of a moderate livelihood The Government of Canada is committed to renewing its relationship with Indigenous peoples. To this end, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) continues to work with First Nations across the Maritimes and the Gaspé region Read More…

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Nunavut Under A State Of Emergency

Reading Time: < 1 minute Nunavut’s water source has been contaminated by petroleum For almost ten days, the communities of Igloolik, Resolute Bay and Whale Cove have been complaining about the drinking water having an odorous smell, but they were not taken as seriously as they should have been. After several members within the community were getting sick from consuming Read More…

Africa

Chad Authorities Continue To Repress Freedom Of Speech

Reading Time: < 1 minute By: Rawan Alshehri Planned peaceful protest gets restricted by Chad authorities After the passing of Chad’s former President Idriss Deby, there has been a rise in the number of organizations in opposition to the ruling Wakit Tama party. The Wakit Tama party is ruled by a Transitional Military Council, led by the former President’s son, Read More…

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23rd Anniversary Of Deadly Attacks On U.S Embassies In Africa

Reading Time: < 1 minute 12 Americans died in the attacks on the U.S African Embassies This year marks the 23rd anniversary of the bombing of two U.S. Embassies in Africa. The survivors of those devastating attacks will never forget the horror that took place on August 7th, 1998. The attack happened in two locations simultaneously. They were targeted at Read More…