33 Dead In Massive Chinese Deluge
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33 Dead In Massive Chinese Deluge

Reading Time: 2 minutes After torrential rains torment Henan province, 33 people are confirmed dead due to massive deluge. By Donovan Martin Jr. It is confirmed that over 33 people have died in the recent deluge in Henan, China’s central province. Around 617 millimetres of water fell on the province, nearly equaling Henan’s yearly average of 641 millimetres of Read More…

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Olympic Director Fired For Joke Made Over 2 Decades Ago

Reading Time: 2 minutes Tokyo Olympic organizing committee has fired the director of the opening ceremony due to a joke he made about the Holocaust during a comedy show in 1998. By Maryam Razzaq The president of the organizing committee, Seiko Hashimoto announced earlier today that director, Kentaro Kobayashi has been fired.  “We found out that Mr. Kobayashi, in Read More…

Government of Canada Establishes Climate Change Youth Council
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Government of Canada Establishes Climate Change Youth Council

Reading Time: 2 minutes Applications are now open to join the Environment and Climate Change Youth Council By Dami Igbinyemi Young Canadians aren’t just the leaders of today, they are also the leaders of the future. This is why we must do everything we can to build a better future for them, with them. Climate strikes, March for Our Read More…

Rights For Humans, Accountability For Persons
Op-Ed Western Canada

Rights For Humans, Accountability For Persons

Reading Time: 4 minutes Dedicated to my Mum, Isabel Sommerville, RN, BN, MPA By Anne Thompson Under Canadian law, a corporation is considered to be a legal person who can own property, borrow money, pay taxes, hire employees, and commence or be subject to a lawsuit.  They can be guided, but they cannot care, nor have empathy, nor have they Read More…