Trudeau Calls For Parliament To Dissolve, Triggering A Fall Election
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Trudeau Calls For Parliament To Dissolve, Triggering A Fall Election

Reading Time: < 1 minute Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Calls for Parliament to dissolve, triggering a September election. By Dami Igbinyemi After weeks of speculation over a pandemic election, Trudeau visited Rideau Hall and asked Governor General Mary Simon to dissolve the 43rd Parliament. The dissolution of parliament triggers an election scheduled for September 20th. Dissolution of Parliament officially takes Read More…

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With US Troops Departing Afghanistan, The Taliban Takes Over

Reading Time: 3 minutes With the United States military pulling their troops by the end of August, 2021 from Afghanistan, violence and gloom once again strikes the nation. By Maryam Razzaq  The United States government has been pressuring Pakistan to speak with the Taliban to organize a peace deal in Afghanistan. This comes after the negotiations between the Taliban Read More…

Going Green: 35 New Electric Busses in Prince Edward Island
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Going Green: 35 New Electric Busses in Prince Edward Island

Reading Time: 2 minutes Prince Edward Island is to have 35 new busses to help combat climate change. By Dami Igbinyemi Governments have been taking steps to minimize and support families, businesses, and communities alike to make a better post-COVID-19 world. Canada is working with Prince Edward Island to reduce the impact of the pandemic by creating a sustainable, Read More…

Over 100 South Africans Firefighters Fly To Manitoba
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Over 100 South Africans Firefighters Fly To Manitoba

Reading Time: 2 minutes 114 South African firefighters are flying to Manitoba to combat the rampant wildfires. By Donovan Martin With wildfires rampant throughout Manitoba, more resources than Canada can expend are being used to combat them. With the province ablaze, international help was needed to protect citizens. And in this time of peril, over one hundred South African Read More…