Canada COVID-19

Manitoba Students Must Be Vaccinated To Be Educated

Reading Time: 2 minutes Manitoba schools requiring staff, students and visitors to be vaccinated as the Fall term approaches. By Maryam Razzaq Manitoba’s largest universities alongside several other post-secondary schools require students and staff to be prove that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to be able to be on university and school premises. On Thursday morning, the Read More…

Bill 64: The Education Modernization Act, Or Is It?
Western Canada

Bill 64: The Education Modernization Act, Or Is It?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Bill 64 proposes the elimination of democratically elected school boards. Op-ed By: Uche Nwankwo (PhD) Bill 64 is designated as ‘The Education Modernization Act’. Is anyone averse to modernization? Are those Manitobans who continue to adorn their lawns with signs criticizing Bill 64 ardent believers of the doxological creed “As it was in the beginning, Read More…

Atlantic Canada Elections

The Results Are In From The Nova Scotian Election

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Results from the Nova Scotian 64th General Assembly Election held on August 17, 2021, are in. By Dami Igbinyemi  The 2021 Nova Scotia general election took place yesterday to elect members of the 64th General Assembly of Nova Scotia. Each General Assembly of the legislature for Nova Scotia comes to an end via dissolution, Read More…

P Diddy Helps Shyne Enter the US as Belize Diplomat
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P Diddy Helps Shyne Enter the US as Belize Diplomat

Reading Time: 2 minutes The former Bad Boy rapper has returned to the US-Belize to strengthen relations thanks partially to the campaigning of P Diddy. By Donovan Martin In the year 2000, Shyne debuted with his self-titled album. One year before its release, however, Shyne was arrested and charged with attempted murder, assault, and reckless endangerment after he shot at Read More…

UN Launches Climate Change Campaign Amid Growing Water Concerns In Libya
COVID-19 Africa

UN Launches Climate Change Campaign Amid Growing Water Concerns In Libya

Reading Time: 2 minutes Wadi Kaam Dam, once holding about 33 million cubic meters of water, has entirely dried up due to an ever-warming climate As concerns about water availability in Libya grow due to climate change and conflict, the UN’s humanitarian office (UNOCHA) today commemorates World Humanitarian Day and launched #TheHumanRace – a global challenge for climate action Read More…