Albertans Can Now Get The Astra Zeneca Vaccine At Walk In Clinics
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Albertans Can Now Get The Astra Zeneca Vaccine At Walk In Clinics

Reading Time: 2 minutes More than one million vaccine doses have been administered in Alberta Since the reporting of blood clotting with the Astra Zeneca vaccine, there has been an increased reluctance by communities across Canada to get the shot. This reluctance is even more heightened within black and brown communities. The Federal government has order tens of millions Read More…

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New Brunswick Preps For Forest Fire Season

Reading Time: < 1 minute In 2020, 462 fires burned 1356 hectares of forest land in New Brunswick. Under the Forest Fires Act, if you ignite a fire, you are responsible for it. If your fire gets out of control, you may be liable for the cost of fighting the fire and/or damage to another person’s property. You may also face Read More…

Liberals Announce $235,000 In Pre-Election Funding To Switch Energy
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Liberals Announce $235,000 In Pre-Election Funding To Switch Energy

Reading Time: 2 minutes Switch Energy will plans to power up electric vehicles across Ontario and Quebec by installing 61 charging stations As the pending 2021 fall of the federal government, a huge emphasis has been placed on climate change as the Liberals plan to build on their last campaign promise to make the environment a priority. Fresh of Read More…

New York City COVID-19 Infections Drop Below 4% For First Time Since March 11
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New York City COVID-19 Infections Drop Below 4% For First Time Since March 11

Reading Time: < 1 minute New York was one of the first US States to go into a Statewide lockdown in the early stages of the virus Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that COVID-19 hospitalizations in New York State dropped to 3,963, the first time under 4,000 since December 1. The statewide positivity rate dropped to 2.76 percent, the lowest since Read More…

UK Exposes Russian Involvement In SolarWinds Cyber Compromise
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UK Exposes Russian Involvement In SolarWinds Cyber Compromise

Reading Time: < 1 minute The UK government has for the first time today exposed details of the SVR’s cyber program The SVR is Russia’s civilian foreign intelligence service and is the successor organization to the KGB’s First Chief Directorate. It predominantly targets overseas governmental, diplomatic, think-tank, healthcare and energy targets for intelligence purposes. It is technologically advanced, developing capabilities Read More…

New Brunswick's $9 Million Trust Fund Bolsters Higgs Commitment To The Environment
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New Brunswick’s $9 Million Trust Fund Bolsters Higgs Commitment To The Environment

Reading Time: < 1 minute Environmental Trust Fund invests over $9 million in environmental initiatives “The department is pleased to support ideas to make New Brunswick communities a better place, and to continue our work to protect, preserve and enhance the province’s natural environment,” said Environment and Climate Change Minister Gary Crossman. The fund is a longstanding mechanism for community Read More…

Emergency Child Care For Ontario Critical Frontline Workers
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Emergency Child Care For Ontario Critical Frontline Workers

Reading Time: < 1 minute From grocery store clerks to hospital workers, provision of free child care services will support key workers As Ontario schools move to remote learning due to the rapid increase in COVID-19 transmission across communities and the increasing risks posed to the public by COVID-19 variants, frontline workers will have access to emergency child care for Read More…

Conservatives Tough Sell To Canadians They Are The Party To Tackle Climate Change
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Conservatives Tough Sell To Canadians They Are The Party To Tackle Climate Change

Reading Time: < 1 minute Conservatives Want To Replace Carbon Tax With Their Own Tax For years the Conservative Party of Canada has levied bold accusations against the Trudeau government for being out of touch with Canadians for implementing a carbon plan. A plan that was ultimately challenged in the Supreme Court of Canada by the Provincial Conservative Premiers. The Read More…

Quebec Government Steps In To Help Victims Of Parish Of Saint-Siméon
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Quebec Government Steps In To Help Victims Of Parish Of Saint-Siméon

Reading Time: 1 minute Heavy rains and strong winds from November 30 to December 2, 2020 cause massive damage to the region Saint-Siméon Due to the abundant rains and strong winds that occurred from November 30 to December 2, 2020, the Quebec government announced that the Parish of Saint-Siméon, located in the administrative region of Gaspésie -Îles-de-la-Madeleine, as well Read More…

3 Tips To Help Support Your Small Business’ Road To Recovery
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3 Tips To Help Support Your Small Business’ Road To Recovery

Reading Time: 2 minutes The road to recovery for small business will be difficult without proper help (NC) As the COVID-19 vaccine begins to reach Canadian communities, many small business owners are viewing 2021 as the year to shift from crisis response to rebuilding and recovery. “While the pandemic continues to pose uncertainties, it’s important that business owners do Read More…

Canadian Government Makes Environment Protection Top Priority
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Canadian Government Makes Environment Protection Top Priority

Reading Time: 2 minutes Environmental Protection Act, 1999 and Recognizes a Right to a Healthy Environment Today, the Government of Canada delivered on its commitment to amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA) and recognized that Canadians have a right to a healthy environment. The amendments will enable the Government to respond effectively to new science, which is Read More…

Major Tobacco Smuggling Ring Busted In Quebec
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Major Tobacco Smuggling Ring Busted In Quebec

Reading Time: < 1 minute Quebec Tobacco smuggling – Fines over $ 1.3 million for ten offenders and two jail sentences Revenu Québec announces that the ten people mentioned below have been convicted of offenses related to contraband tobacco. They were ordered by the Court of Quebec to pay fines totaling $ 1,341,342.26. Two offenders were also sentenced to prison terms. These Read More…

Waterloo Launches "StaySafe" COVID-19 Rapid Screening Pilot Program
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Waterloo Launches “StaySafe” COVID-19 Rapid Screening Pilot Program

Reading Time: < 1 minute StaySafe point-of-care tests will help keep workers safe in small and medium sized businesses The Ontario government, in partnership with the federal government, is launching the StaySafe™ COVID-19 Rapid Screening Pilot in the Waterloo Region. The StaySafe™ program will provide free rapid antigen point-of-care tests for employees of small- and medium-sized businesses, with a target Read More…

$733,000 To Build Nova Scotia's Field Of Dreams
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$733,000 To Build Nova Scotia’s Field Of Dreams

Reading Time: < 1 minute Accessible sports infrastructure that will benefit all Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton residents Today, Mike Kelloway, Member of Parliament for Cape Breton-Canso Her Worship Amanda McDougall, Mayor of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality, announced funding for Phase I of the redevelopment of Hawks Dream Field, in Dominion, into a fully accessible recreation space. Once completed, the Read More…

COVAX On Pace To Deliver 2 Billion Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine
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COVAX On Pace To Deliver 2 Billion Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine

Reading Time: 2 minutes COVAX has now delivered more than 38 million doses across six continents WHO workers Nestor Ariel Salazar Cabares, Roesenber de la Cruz Rodriguez, Giovanni Diaz Gaitan and Juan Alberto Sanchez finish setting up the COVID-19 vaccination site in the indigenous community of Concordia, Colombia. More than one hundred economies have received life-saving COVID-19 vaccines from Read More…

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Toronto Has Administered Over 700,000 COVID-19 Vaccine Doses

Reading Time: 2 minutes Toronto on pace to be the first Canadian city to reach one million vaccine doses The City of Toronto has been working with all healthcare partners, pharmacies and Toronto Public Health to administer all available COVID-19 vaccines. To date, 710,852 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Toronto. Currently, people age 50 or older who live in Read More…

Government Of Canada Makes $375,000 Investment To Support NWT Tourism Industry
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Government Of Canada Makes $375,000 Investment To Support NWT Tourism Industry

Reading Time: 2 minutes Federal government supports tourism infrastructure in Yellowknife, NWT The tourism industry plays a key economic, social and cultural role in the Northwest Territories, and is an important part of diversifying the Northern economy. The Canadian Government has supported the industry since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and has demonstrated its commitment to helping the Read More…

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His Royal Highness Prince Phillip, Duke Of Edinburgh, Has Died Age 99

Reading Time: 2 minutes Prince Phillip was two months short of his centurion birthdate Today the world mourns the loss of His Royal Highness, Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh. Prince Phillip’s passing is saddening but not unexpected. At the age of 96, he retired from his official duties as a Royal and has been battling issues with his Read More…

Toronto Mayor John Tory Launches 2021 City-Wide Spring Cleanup
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Toronto Mayor John Tory Launches 2021 City-Wide Spring Cleanup

Reading Time: 2 minutes Mayor John Tory officially launched Toronto’s annual city-wide spring cleanup campaign. Despite the ongoing pandemic, work at the City continues to move forward to ensure that residents have access to City services and amenities. This includes the work of essential workers from multiple City divisions who will take on the necessary work of making public Read More…

Quebec Employment Rate Increased In March 0.6%
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Quebec Employment Rate Increased In March 0.6%

Reading Time: 2 minutes Employment growth and unemployment rate stability in March 2021 In March 2021, in Quebec, employment increased (+ 25,900; + 0.6% compared to the previous month). The unemployment rate remains stable at 6.4%. This is reflected in the results of Statistics Canada’s Labor Force Survey released today. Employment has grown by 713,200 since May 2020, which is just over 86% of Read More…

Government Of Canada Commits $6 Million For Youth Climate Education
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Government Of Canada Commits $6 Million For Youth Climate Education

Reading Time: < 1 minute Canadians want clean air and clean water for their children and grandchildren Today, Andy Fillmore, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities announced that the Government of Canada will invest $6 million in the Discovery Centre’s Inspiring Youth to Climate Action project. This Halifax-based science centre will partner with 30 science centres across Read More…

Flags To Be Flown At Half Mast For Passing Of The Duke of Edinburgh
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Flags To Be Flown At Half Mast For Passing Of The Duke of Edinburgh

Reading Time: < 1 minute Flag flying guidance for UK government buildings. It is with great regret that we note the announcement today, Friday 9 April 2021 from Buckingham Palace of the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. All official flags, including the Union Flag, are to be half-masted on all UK government buildings as soon as Read More…

Ontario Schools To Say Open In Provincial Wide State Of Emergency
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Ontario Schools To Say Open In Provincial Wide State Of Emergency

Reading Time: < 1 minute Education workers become eligible for vaccines as part of state of emergency Under the Ontario government’s plan, expanded access to asymptomatic testing is available for students and staff at pharmacies that offer testing and in 180 assessment centres across the province for the week of April 12-18, 2021. In addition, beginning next week, education workers Read More…

$1 Million In Funding For Dalhousie University’ African Canadian History Education
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$1 Million In Funding For Dalhousie University’ African Canadian History Education

Reading Time: < 1 minute African history is a significant part of Canada’s history but little is still known Today, Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage, along with Andy Dellmore, Member of Parliament (Halifax), announced $1,031,565 in funding for Dalhousie University’s three-year project to fill a gap in African Canadian History Education. This new project, called A Black People’s History of Canada, will Read More…

B.C Sets Up PST Rebates For Capital Investments
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B.C Sets Up PST Rebates For Capital Investments

Reading Time: 2 minutes 100% rebate for business will mean real growth for B.C’s economy Businesses can grow back bigger and stronger following the pandemic, with up to half-billion dollars in expected rebates available for purchases or leases of select machinery and equipment, including tools, furniture, computers, software and zero-emission vehicles. “This measure is a direct response to what Read More…

New Zealand Blocks Travelers From India & Brazil From Entering Country
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New Zealand Blocks Travelers From India & Brazil From Entering Country

Reading Time: 2 minutes Brazil & India has seen massive COVID-19 outbreaks each day topping over 100,000 The handling of New Zealand’s COVID-19 pandemic has been at times the envy of the world leaders. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has managed the pandemic with a steady hand and has been able to keep her country’s COVID-19 case to a minimal. Read More…

Ontario In Crisis - Ford To Declare Full Provincial Lockdown
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Ontario In Crisis – Ford To Declare Full Provincial Lockdown

Reading Time: 2 minutes Ontario is going backwards while other provinces are flattening the curb There has been many criticism of Premier Doug Ford’s handling of the global pandemic as cases in Ontario continue to rise while other provinces are flattening the curb. It is expected in today’s 2pm press conference, Ford will announce strict measures on Ontarians only Read More…

World's Greatest Mayor Naheed Nenshi Will Not Seek Re-Election
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World’s Greatest Mayor Naheed Nenshi Will Not Seek Re-Election

Reading Time: < 1 minute Nenshi could be making a possible run for a federal seat In 2010 Harvard academic Naheed Nenshi surprised Calgarians and the rest of Canada by becoming the first Muslim Mayor of a major Canadian city. To his credit, his campaign was seen as the first real mobilization of social media to elect a mayor. Nenshi’s Read More…

UNHCR On High Alert As Thousands Flee Attacks In Northern Mozambique
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UNHCR On High Alert As Thousands Flee Attacks In Northern Mozambique

Reading Time: 2 minutes UNHCR staff prepare to distribute sleeping mats and blankets to families fleeing violence in Palma, northern Mozambique.  This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Babar Baloch – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. Image UNHCR/Martim Gray Pereira UNHCR, the Read More…

Massive Drop In British Passport Application Due To The Pandemic
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Massive Drop In British Passport Application Due To The Pandemic

Reading Time: < 1 minute UK residence are encouraged to not leave their application to the last minute During the pandemic, Her Majesty’s Passport Office has seen a significant drop in the number of people applying for passports. In a normal year it processes around seven million passport applications, however in 2020 just over 4 million people applied for their passport. While Read More…

Proceeds Of Crimes In Quebec Becoming Lucrative Business In Need Of Cash
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Proceeds Of Crimes In Quebec Becoming Lucrative Business In Need Of Cash

Reading Time: < 1 minute $2 million to support 49 crime prevention projects The Deputy Premier, Minister of Public Security and Minister responsible for the Capitale-Nationale region, Ms.  Geneviève Guilbault, announces that a sum of $2 million will be used for continue to support 49 projects, led by 41 community organizations, to prevent delinquency and crime among young people aged 12 to Read More…

Close To 100 New Brunswick Municipal Seats Have No Candidates
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Close To 100 New Brunswick Municipal Seats Have No Candidates

Reading Time: 2 minutes Deadline for nominations approaches for May 10 elections With four days to go until the close of nominations, the clock is ticking down for candidates considering running in the May 10 municipal, district education council and regional health authority board elections. The deadline for filing nomination papers is Friday, April 9 at 2 p.m. “We Read More…

Toronto administers more than 600,000 COVID-19 vaccines
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Toronto administers more than 600,000 COVID-19 vaccines

Reading Time: < 1 minute Toronto is the first health region in Ontario to achieve this vaccine milestone. The City of Toronto and its healthcare partners have now administered more than 600,000 COVID-19 vaccines. While working with all healthcare partners, pharmacies and Toronto Public Health to administer all available COVID-19 vaccines. To date, 612,284 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Toronto. Read More…

UK Government Rewards Businesses For Employing Veterans
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UK Government Rewards Businesses For Employing Veterans

Reading Time: 2 minutes A National Insurance contributions holiday for businesses who employ armed forces veterans comes into force on 6 April 2021 The new policy delivers on the UK government’s manifesto commitment, allows employers to claim National Insurance contributions relief for veterans they have hired during their first year of civilian employment after leaving the armed forces. The Read More…

Businesses Benefit And Grow When They Hire Professionals To Do Their SEO
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Businesses Benefit And Grow When They Hire Professionals To Do Their SEO

Reading Time: 2 minutes Genial SEO understands the importance of helping businesses stay relevant on Google, especially in the middle of a pandemic Marketing is the most important part of any business especially in the middle of a pandemic. It is vital to have a great seo campaign to help customers find you on the web. SEO is the Read More…

Egypt Captivates World With Launching Of New National Museum
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Egypt Captivates World With Launching Of New National Museum

Reading Time: 2 minutes They event marked by Royal Decree and a Golden Parade of Pharaohs Twenty-two pharaoh mummies walked the streets of Cairo on Saturday evening in a stunning royal procession from the Egyptian Museum on Tahrir Square to the new National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) in Fustat. The event marked the official launch of NMEC. Against Read More…

Free Rapid Testing Twice Weekly For Everyone In England
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Free Rapid Testing Twice Weekly For Everyone In England

Reading Time: 2 minutes Everyone in England will be able to access free, regular, rapid coronavirus (COVID-19) testing from 9 April, the Government has announced. In a significant step forward, which paves the way for businesses and society reopening, anyone will be able to access free, rapid lateral flow tests (LFDs) for themselves and their families to use twice Read More…

Can You Really Get Virtual Care In A Rural Or Remote Community?
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Can You Really Get Virtual Care In A Rural Or Remote Community?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Working from home is now the new normal (NC) If you live in a remote Canadian community or even a rural area, you know just what a challenge it is to access healthcare. Now, amidst pandemic-lockdowns and the risks of exposure, even a short hospital visit or checkup are worrisome. Thanks to streaming video and Read More…

UK Authorizes AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use
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UK’s Vaccination Roll Out Is Efficient & Impressive

Reading Time: 2 minutes 5 Million People In The UK Receive Second COVID-19 Vaccine Dose Health services across the UK have now administered over 36.6 million vaccines between 8 December and 02 April, including over 31.4 million people with their first dose and over 5.2 million with their second. The milestone means nearly 1 in 10 of all UK Read More…

2,300 Job Seekers In Quebec To Benefit From New Funding
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2,300 Job Seekers In Quebec To Benefit From New Funding

Reading Time: 2 minutes $19 million for training Quebec’s unemployed announced by Jean Boulet, Minister of Labour Quebec’s Minister of Labor, Employment and Social Solidarity and Minister responsible for the Mauricie region, Jean Boulet, announces an investment of $ 18.8 million to support workforce training in the Montreal, Laval and Montérégie regions. Concretely, this investment will allow the government of Quebec Read More…

“Godzilla vs. Kong” Crushes at the Box Office
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“Godzilla vs. Kong” Crushes at the Box Office

Reading Time: 2 minutes Godzilla vs. Kong brought in $300 Million Worldwide in Only 12 Days Riding the wave of a massive opening in international markets, including $137.1 million in China so far, “Godzilla vs. Kong” debuted this week in the U.S. in theaters and on HBO Max, taking in $48.5 million at the domestic box office over five Read More…

A Quiet Easter, But Still Plenty Of Reason To Be Thankful
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A Quiet Easter, But Still Plenty Of Reasons To Be Thankful

Reading Time: < 1 minute Easter is a time to celebrate and reflect TDS News – Easter is traditionally a time to come together and celebrate family, friends and life. Although the pandemic has made the idea of coming together physically difficult, we are still finding ways to embrace each other. Whether it being a throw back to simple times Read More…

Big Investment For The Y.M.C.A Other Ontario Rec. Facilities
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Big Investment For The Y.M.C.A Other Ontario Rec. Facilities

Reading Time: 2 minutes Canada and Ontario Invest in Improved Community and Recreation Infrastructure in Elora and Guelph Today, Lloyd Longfield, Member of Parliament for Guelph, His Worship Kelly Linton, Mayor of the Township of Centre Wellington; Jaya James, Executive Director of HOPE House; and Peter Sweeney, Chief Executive Officer of the YMCA of Three Rivers, announced joint funding Read More…

UK Announces Sanctions On Myanmar Military-Linked Companies
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UK Announces Sanctions On Myanmar Military-Linked Companies

Reading Time: 2 minutes Sanctions target the Myanmar regime and a boost to funding for evidence gathering of violations The sanctions against MEC will be enforced immediately for its involvement in serious human rights violations by making funds available to the military, as well as its association with senior military figures. Designating MEC will prohibit funds and economic resources Read More…

Exclusive: New Details Leaked About Trumps New Social Media
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Exclusive: New Details Leaked About Trumps New Social Media

Reading Time: 3 minutes Trumps new social media will be a political game changer 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 Read More…

Nova Scotia Expands Virtual Care With $5.9 Million From Federal Government
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Nova Scotia Expands Virtual Care With $5.9 Million From Federal Government

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Province of Nova Scotia is partnering with the Government of Canada to expand the province’s virtual care services Physicians and regulated health professionals, including nurses, pharmacists, dentists, optometrists and others can continue to offer publicly funded services virtually until March 31, 2022. Virtual care will continue to complement in-person care. One of the positive Read More…

Ontario Investing $1 Billion to Expand COVID-19 Testing
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$925M Sanofi Vaccine Facility In Ontario Will Create 300 High Quality Jobs

Reading Time: 3 minutes By Investing in Sanofi Province Will Create Hundreds Of Jobs and Increase R&D The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted Canada’s in ability to mass produce vaccines at home in the middle of a global crisis. Canada has some of the worlds greatest minds, scientists and technology. Now with the creation of a state of the art Read More…

Today Marks International Day For Transgender Visibility
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Today Marks International Day For Transgender Visibility

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Transgender community continue to fight for equality and basic human rights around the world As today marks international Transgender Day of Visibility, it provides an opportunity for Allies of the Transgender community understand the struggles and adversity they have faced. The road to equality is paved with sadness, injustices and far to often physical Read More…

Global leaders unite in urgent call for international pandemic treaty
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Global leaders unite in urgent call for international pandemic treaty

Reading Time: 2 minutes 25 heads of government and international agencies come together in extraordinary joint call TDS News – The international community should work together “towards a new international treaty for pandemic preparedness and response” to build a more robust global health architecture that will protect future generations, world leaders said in a commentary published today in several newspapers around Read More…

Dogs Now Allowed On Restaurant Patios, Sidewalk Cafes In This Province
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Dogs Now Allowed On Restaurant Patios, Sidewalk Cafes In This Province

Reading Time: 2 minutes The new law draws praises and criticism from Nova Scotians TDS News – Pet dogs are now allowed on restaurant, bar and café patios (along with their owners, of course) as part of the Rankin government’s promise to remove unnecessary barriers for restaurants to meet customer needs. “We’ve listened to the restaurant industry. They told Read More…

Turkey Hunting Season A First In New Brunswick
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Turkey Hunting Season A First In New Brunswick

Reading Time: 2 minutes 2021 marks the first wild turkey hunt to be held in New Brunswick TDS News –  A new, limited-entry wild turkey hunting season has been introduced by the New Brunswick provincial government to take place May 10-22. “I am thrilled that our government is introducing a new wild turkey hunt,” said Natural Resources and Energy Read More…

Canada Commits $49.5-Million To Syria's Humanitarian Crisis
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Canada Commits $49.5-Million To Syria’s Humanitarian Crisis

Reading Time: 2 minutes Canada has committed $3.3 billion to Syria and the region since 2016 TDS News – A decade of war has resulted in a devastating humanitarian crisis, leading to the dire suffering of millions of people in Syria and neighbouring countries. The COVID-19 pandemic has only magnified their hardship. Today, during the Brussels V Conference on Read More…

Norway Blocks Rolls Royce Subsidiary Bergen Engines Sale To Russia
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Norway Blocks Rolls Royce Subsidiary Bergen Engines Sale To Russia

Reading Time: 2 minutes Norway cited National Security for blocking the sale to of Bergen Engines to Russia TDS News – In a royal decree issued on Friday 26 March, the government of Norway has ordered that Rolls Royce stop the sale of Norwegian company Bergen Engines AS to companies within the Transmash Holding Group. Additionally, a block has Read More…

Trudeau & World Leaders Meet To Assess COVID-19 Fallout
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Trudeau & World Leaders Meet To Assess COVID-19 Fallout

Reading Time: 6 minutes Calls for additional measures to reduce debt burden and increase liquidity in low and middle-income countries to ensure full recovery With many countries continuing to struggle to overcome the human and economic devastation from COVID-19, UN Secretary-General António Guterres is convening a meeting of world leaders on Monday, 29 March from 10 a.m. to 1:00 Read More…

$10 Million Drug Bust By RCMP & CBSA
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$10 Million Drug Bust By RCMP & CBSA

Reading Time: 2 minutes CBSA and RCMP investigation leads to a tonne of opium seized TDS News – Despite the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have been just as busy trying to safeguarding our country and keeping contraband goods, such as narcotics, from reaching our communities. Read More…

Fake COVID-19 Vaccine BNT162b2 On The Rise In Mexico
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Fake COVID-19 Vaccine BNT162b2 On The Rise In Mexico

Reading Time: 2 minutes Falsified COVID-19 Vaccine BNT162b2 identified in the WHO region of the Americas TDS News – The WHO Medical Product Alert refers to falsified COVID-19 Vaccine identified as “BNT162b2” detected in Mexico in February 2021 and recently confirmed as falsified to the WHO. The falsified product was supplied and administered to patients outside authorized vaccination programs. This Read More…

Genial SEO Experts Know Why Backlinking Lands You On The Front Page Of Google
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Genial SEO Experts Know Why Backlinking Lands You On The Front Page Of Google

Reading Time: 2 minutes Backlinking is the one aspect of marketing companies often overlook TDS News – Backlinks are an important part of website marketing that is often overlooked by many business owners trying to get ranked in Google. They also give an indication of the popularity of a website. You can easily find out if a site has Read More…

Brain Injury In Women Correlates Directly With Domestic Violence
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Brain Injury In Women Correlates Directly With Domestic Violence

Reading Time: 3 minutes Common thinking up until a few years ago was men were far more likely than women to end up with a brain injury. TDS News –  Football, hockey, extreme sports, fighting – so many of the activities known to carry a risk of head trauma tend to be those that are more popular among males. Read More…

Canadian Big Polluter Find Record $60 Million
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Canadian Big Polluter Find Record $60 Million

Reading Time: 2 minutes Teck Coal Limited to pay $60 million under the Fisheries Act and must comply with a Direction requiring pollution reduction measures TDS News – On March 26, 2021, Teck Coal Limited was ordered to pay a total of $60 million in fines and monetary court orders after a guilty plea was entered on two counts Read More…

Supreme Court Hands Trudeau Government Big Win Heading Into Spring Election
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Supreme Court Of Canada Rules Carbon Policy Is Within Federal Authority

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Supreme Court of Canada rules the federal carbon pricing law is constitutional Briefing Below Prepared by The Supreme Court of Canada TDS News – Parliament passed the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act in 2018, based on the consensus that greenhouse gas emissions contribute to global climate change. Countries around the world committed to drastically reduce their Read More…

Major Global Tech Company HCL Expanding To Ontario
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Major Global Tech Company HCL Expanding To Ontario

Reading Time: 3 minutes Strengthened relationship with India leads to a significant investment from HCL Technologies that will bring hundreds of good jobs to Mississauga TDS News – The Ford government welcomed the decision by HCL Technologies to expand its Canadian operations with a new global delivery centre in Mississauga. The company is making a significant  investment to build Read More…

A Fresh Start For Women Out Of Homelessness
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A Fresh Start For Women Out Of Homelessness

Reading Time: 3 minutes Shelter Of Hope Leads The Way out of homelessness TDS News – A major challenge in addressing homelessness is having the right supports at the right time that will help a diverse mix of people whose needs and readiness are constantly shifting and changing. The Association for Advocating for Women and Community (AWAC) has the Read More…

New UK Study Confirms COVID-19 Vaccination Strengthens Immune System
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New UK Study Confirms COVID-19 Vaccination Strengthens Immune System

Reading Time: 3 minutes 99% of people have robust immune response against COVID-19 after one dose of Pfizer vaccine TDS News – A new study led by Sheffield and Oxford Universities with support from the UK Coronavirus Immunology Consortium has found that 99% of people generate a robust immune response against COVID-19 after just one dose of the Pfizer Read More…

Germany’s Strengthened Partnership Supports Thousands in Ethiopia
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Germany’s Strengthened Partnership Supports Thousands in Ethiopia

Reading Time: 2 minutes 1.8 million people in Ethiopia remain displaced across some 1,350 sites TDS News – Ethiopia faces one of the world’s most complex human mobility environments, with myriad social, economic, political and climatic factors driving the movement of people within and beyond its borders. According to the latest National Displacement report prepared by the International Organization Read More…

Canadian Government Commits $3.2M Nunavut's Fishing & Industries
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Canadian Government Commits $3.2M Nunavut’s Fishing & Industries

Reading Time: 2 minutes Federal support for fisheries and sealing in Nunavut provides jobs and opportunities TDS News – Nunavut’s fishing and sealing industries are key economic drivers in the territory, supporting the livelihood of generations of Inuit. These industries are a source of sustainable economic development in Nunavut, providing  jobs for Nunavummiut, as well as presenting a significant potential Read More…

Canada Teams Up With The Netherlands To Fight Type 2 Diabetes Research
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Canada Teams Up With The Netherlands To Fight Type 2 Diabetes Research

Reading Time: 2 minutes More than 3 million Canadian adults – or 1 in 11 adults – were living with diabetes. TDS News – Diabetes is a chronic condition that affects millions of people across the world. Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is the most common type, making up nearly 90% of all diabetes cases. T2D can result from a Read More…

UK Invest £2B In "Tempest" Air Combat System
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UK Invest £2B In “Tempest” Air Combat System

Reading Time: 2 minutes Defence Minister Jeremy Quin has warned that the ‘freedom of the air cannot be taken for granted’ TDS News – UK Defence Minister Jeremy Quin has outlined how more than £2bn of investment in the Tempest program will power the next phase to build a world-leading new combat air system in a keynote speech at Read More…

Toronto Milestone, 400,000 COVID-19 Vaccine Doses To Date
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Toronto Milestone, 400,000 COVID-19 Vaccine Doses To Date

Reading Time: 2 minutes Several regions in Ontario remain under Code Red lockdown TDS News – Amidst the rise in COVID-19 cases in Ontario, the City of Toronto is working with all healthcare partners, pharmacies and Toronto Public Health to administer all available COVID-19 vaccines. To date, 403,902 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Toronto. Toronto is currently vaccinating residents Read More…

Canada Imposes New Rounds Of Sanctions On Russia
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Canada Imposes New Rounds Of Sanctions On Russia

Reading Time: 2 minutes Sanctions are in response to deteriorating human rights situation in Russia TDS News – Effective March 24, 2021, Canada is imposing sanctions against Russian officials in response to gross and systematic human rights violations that have been committed in Russia. Today’s announcement serves to highlight the deteriorating human rights situation in Russia and the shrinking Read More…

Qaumajuq - Winnipeg Celebrates Canada's National Inuit Art Gallery
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Qaumajuq – Winnipeg Celebrates Canada’s National Inuit Art Gallery

Reading Time: 2 minutes Qaumajuq becomes Canada’s newest National Inuit Art Gallery TDS News – The Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) and the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) announce a new partnership days before the March 27, 2021 opening of Qaumajuq, the new Inuit art centre at the WAG.  WAG-Qaumajuq provides a home for largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art, while the NFB has a rich Indigenous Read More…

Government Of Canada Announces $23.7 Million For 19 COVID-19 Safe Sites
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Government Of Canada Announces $23.7 Million For 19 COVID-19 Safe Sites

Reading Time: 2 minutes Isolation sites are voluntary but strongly encouraged TDS News – Today, Patty Hajdu, Minister of Health, announced $23.7 million for the Province of Ontario to operate a number of safe, voluntary isolation sites in various communities identified under Ontario’s High Priority Community Strategy. These sites will help residents in the province who have COVID-19, or Read More…

Northern Ireland One Step Closer To Abortion Regulations
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Northern Ireland One Step Closer To Abortion Regulations

Reading Time: < 1 minute UK Government takes further steps to deliver on its legal obligations and uphold the rights of women and girls in Northern Ireland TDS News – Today, the UK Government has taken a further step to ensure women and girls have access to high-quality service provision for abortion and post-abortion care locally in Northern Ireland. Secretary Read More…

Until America Passes Reasonable Gun Laws...
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Until America Passes Reasonable Gun Laws…

Reading Time: < 1 minute Another mass shooting in the US, This is a America TDS News – There is nothing we can say that we have not said before. Politicians can keep their proverbial “Thoughts & Payers” and get their shit together and keep the kids safe. More great reading

Winnipeg Company Jet Stucco, Scores Hat-Trick With Employees
Western Canada

Winnipeg Company Jet Stucco, Scores Hat-Trick With Employees

Reading Time: 2 minutes Jet Stucco, understands the importance of paying good wages, good working environment and steady employment TDS News – 2020 will forever be remembered as the year COVID-19 united the world, and the people of the world came together to fight a common enemy. In the middle of the pandemic, we saw the service industry decimated Read More…

Parti Québécois Tables Bill To Better Protect Whistleblowers
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Parti Québécois Tables Bill To Better Protect Whistleblowers

Reading Time: 2 minutes Stronger protection for whistler will help to fight corruption TDS News – The Member of Parliament for Jonquière Sylvain Gaudreault , filed last week Bill n o  697 , which aims to strengthen the current law to better protect whistleblowers. This is a tool for genuinely fighting corruption and promoting the public interest, he believes. The Entitled An Act to Read More…

CBSA Convicts GTA Jewels Smuggler
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CBSA Convicts GTA Jewels Smuggler

Reading Time: 2 minutes CBSA investigation leads to conviction of jewellery smuggler TDS News – Today the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced the results of a two-year long investigation leading to the conviction of a Toronto area man, and corporation, for smuggling gold jewellery into Canada.  In early 2018, border services officers working at Toronto Pearson International Airport Read More…

Facebook Marketing Is Key To Businesses Recovering From The Pandemic Says Genial SEO
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Facebook Marketing Is Key To Businesses Recovering From The Pandemic Says Genial SEO

Reading Time: 4 minutes Genial SEO is one of the Top Facebook Marketing firms guiding small business when making important social marketing decisions TDS News – Nothing helps a business grow better than a solid marketing campaign, and Facebook is an excellent tool to do the job. As a business, it is important to always respond to comments written Read More…

UK Has Vaccinated Almost 95% Of People Aged 60
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UK Has Vaccinated Almost 95% Of People Aged 60

Reading Time: 3 minutes Half of all adults in UK receive first dose of COVID-19 vaccine TDS News – Half of all adults in the UK have received their first dose of the (coronavirus) COVID-19 vaccine, the latest figures show. The UK health services vaccinated a total of 26.8 million people between 8 December and 19 March with first Read More…

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Canada Has Administered 3.68 Million COVID-19 Vaccines

Reading Time: 5 minutes Canada is in a race to vaccinate Canadians as more variants to begin to spread TDS News – As COVID-19 vaccines begin making their way into the arms of Canadians, new variants continue to pose a threat towards herd immunity. New cases of the virus are popping up across the country and while some provinces Read More…

First Cases of COVID-19 UK Variant Confirmed In Ontario
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Ontario Shifts Several Regions To Code Red As COVID-19 Spreads

Reading Time: 3 minutes Province making adjustments to public health measures for indoor and outdoor dining TDS News – On the advice of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, the Ontario government is moving eight public health regions to new levels in the COVID-19 Response Framework: Keeping Ontario Safe and Open. Decisions were made in consultation with the local medical officers Read More…

Wage Increase On April 1, Wait, Is This A Joke
Atlantic Canada

Wage Increase On April 1, Wait, Is This A Joke

Reading Time: 2 minutes Wage increases on April 1 for workers in the human service sector TDS News – The provincial government is investing $12.4 million to fund wage increases on April 1 for workers in the human service sector, including home support workers, community residence workers, special care home workers, and family support workers. “The government values its Read More…

Ford Government Taking Innovative Approach To Fighting Homelessness
Eastern Canada

Ford Government Taking Innovative Approach To Fighting Homelessness

Reading Time: 2 minutes By-name lists will collect detailed information and help match people with supports they need TDS News – The Ontario government is directing municipal service managers to begin collecting detailed, up-to-date information from individuals experiencing homelessness and use a strategy called by-name lists. This innovative approach is being launched across Ontario following significant consultation, and will Read More…

B.C Continues To Lead Nation In Affordable Housing For Vulnerable Communities
Western Canada

B.C Continues To Lead Nation In Affordable Housing For Vulnerable Communities

Reading Time: 2 minutes Forty-nine people will have a safe and secure place to call home with a new supportive housing project opening in Kelowna TDS News – “These 49 new supportive homes will help support people who are vulnerable in the community and provide a safe place for those who don’t have a home,” said David Eby, Attorney Read More…

Johnson & Johnson Announces Single-Shot COVID-19 Vaccine
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AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine Outweighs The Risks Says Health Canada

Reading Time: 2 minutes AstraZeneca has been a rise in blood clotting among many recipients of the vaccine TDS News – Astrazenca was one of the early vaccines to be approved by the United States and Canada for emergency authorization of use. Up until a few weeks ago, there were little known side effects and was viewed as the Read More…

B.C. Celebrates Francophonie Day
Western Canada

B.C. Celebrates Francophone Day

Reading Time: 2 minutes March 20 as B.C. Francophone Day TDS NEWS – Adrian Dix, Minister of Health and Responsible for Francophone Affairs, celebrated the 19th annual B.C. Francophonie Day with the francophone community. Since 2002, the Province has proclaimed March 20 as B.C. Francophonie Day, in recognition of the social, economic and cultural contributions francophones and francophiles have Read More…

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Rules In Favour Of First Nations Families
Indigenous Canada

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Rules In Favour Of First Nations Families

Reading Time: 2 minutes Canadian Government responsible for greater funding for First Nations children, families and communities TDS News – On March 17, 2021, the Government of Canada received confirmation from the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal on the importance of increasing funding for First Nation children and families living on-reserve and in the Yukon not served by First Nations Read More…

Canada Receives Iran’s Final Report Into The Downing Of PS752 Concludes
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Canada Receives Iran’s Final Report Into The Downing Of Ukraine Flight PS752

Reading Time: 3 minutes 167 passengers and crew died in the downing of Ukraine Flight Ps752 TDS News – The downing of Ukraine International Airlines flight 752 shocked the entire international community. The tragic loss of life hit close to home as there were many Canadians onboard. At first the downing was blamed on mechanical failure by the Iranian Read More…

Black Class Action Lawsuit Against The Government Of Canada
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Black Class Action Lawsuit Against The Government Of Canada

Reading Time: 3 minutes Black employees want equality and representation Black employees sue the Federal Government for decades damages include the wrongful failure to promote, intentional infliction of mental suffering, constructive dismissal, wrongful termination, negligence, and in particular, violations of employment law, human rights law, and Charter breaches. There have been many class action lawsuits filed against the Canadian Federal Read More…

8 Dead In Another Mass Shooting In The United States
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8 Dead In Another Mass Shooting In The United States

Reading Time: < 1 minute Expect thoughts and Prayers and that’s about it from politicians On 3-16-2021, at around 5:47 PM, Atlanta Police Officers responded to a business robbery in progress call at 1916 Piedmont Road in Northeast Atlanta. Upon arrival, officers located 3 females deceased inside the location from apparent gunshot wounds. While still on scene, officers were advised Read More…

New UK Law, Tags Ex Convicts Upon Release
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New UK Law, Tags Ex Convicts Upon Release

Reading Time: < 1 minute Burglars, thieves and robbers released from prison will be made to wear GPS tags to track their movements in a world first scheme to crack down on neighbourhood criminals. TDS News – With more than half of those convicted of theft and burglary reoffending within a year and almost 80% of cases resulting in no Read More…

The Provocative Untold Stories Of Black Women In Rock 'n' Roll
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The Provocative Untold Stories Of Black Women In Rock ‘n’ Roll

Reading Time: < 1 minute Rock ‘n’ Roll Tackles Sexism, Racism, and Ageism as Black Women in Rock Music TDS News – In the early 20th century, Black trailblazers created and popularized rock ‘n’ roll music, spawning generations of white imitators who rode rock to international stardom and multimillion dollar careers. Yet, why are there so few Black women artists Read More…

Temporary Foreign Workers (TFWS), Key To Canada's Food Security
Canada

Temporary Foreign Workers (TFWS), Key To Canada’s Food Security

Reading Time: 3 minutes Government announces comprehensive plan to better protect foreign workers in order to secure Canada’s food supply chain TDS News – Temporary foreign workers (TFWs) have played an important role in ensuring our food security for decades, and especially during this pandemic. Their continued safety and timely entry into Canada is essential to our economy, and Read More…

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PEI Streamlines Autism Assessment Wait Time For Kids

Reading Time: 2 minutes A new Health PEI program will provide early intervention for children who are awaiting an autism assessment from a psychologist. TDS News – The Social ABCs(link is external) program is a structured, evidence-based early intervention program for children identified as possibly having autism spectrum disorder (ASD), providing families with intervention support at the first signs of concern, Read More…

CampTO First Signs Of Return To Normalcy
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CampTO First Signs Of Return To Normalcy

Reading Time: 2 minutes Mayor Tory announces spring break CampTO programs TDS News – Today, Mayor John Tory announced that registration will be opening for spring break CampTO programs on Tuesday, March 23. The City of Toronto will offer spring break camps from April 12 through to April 16. In February, the provincial government announced March break would be Read More…

Canada & US Join Forces To Protect $46 Billion Industry
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Canada & US Join Forces To Protect $46 Billion Industry

Reading Time: 2 minutes Canada, United States agree on protocol to guide bilateral trade if African swine fever is detected in wild pigs TDS News – Today, Canada’s Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) have reached another milestone in their collaboration on prevention and preparedness related Read More…

Libya Takes Important Step To Unity With Swearing In Of Unified Government
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Libya Takes Important Step To Unity With Swearing In Of Unified Government

Reading Time: 2 minutes Special Envoy congratulates the Prime-Minister Abdlehamid AlDabaiba and his cabinet as well as the new Presidency Council TDS News – The Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Libya, and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Ján Kubiš welcomes the swearing-in of the Government of National Unity (GNU) today before the House Read More…

UK Fighter Jets Strike Terrorist Targets In Syria And Iran
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UK Fighter Jets Strike Terrorist Targets In Syria And Iran

Reading Time: 2 minutes The RAF are continuing to take the fight to Daesh in Iraq and Syria TDS News – British Royal Air Force continued to conduct strikes, as part of the global coalition’s support for the Iraqi Security Forces, as they conduct operations to prevent the Daesh terrorist group from re-establishing its presence in the country. The Read More…

Canadians Overwhelmingly Support Stricter Gun Legislation Introduce By Trudeau Government
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$200 Million Electric Vehicle Factory Investment Coming To Quebec

Reading Time: < 1 minute Major investments by Canada and Quebec in electric vehicle battery assembly TDS News – Today Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, and the Premier of Quebec, François Legault, announced on Monday an equal investment totalling nearly $100 million to Lion Electric, for the establishment of a highly automated battery-pack assembly plant in Saint‑Jérôme, in the Laurentians. This Read More…

UK Imposes New Round Of Sanctions Targeting Syrian Regime
United Kingdom Middle East

UK Imposes New Round Of Sanctions Targeting Syrian Regime

Reading Time: 2 minutes The UK has announced a fresh round of targeted sanctions on the Assad regime, including close allies of the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad. TDS News – Today the UK government announced a fresh round of targeted sanctions on the Assad regime, including close allies of the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, to send a clear message Read More…

Vaccine Hesitancy Poses Huge Problem To Herd Immunization
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Vaccine Hesitancy Poses Huge Problem To Herd Immunization

Reading Time: 2 minutes City of Toronto announces formation of a COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Working Group TDS News – Today, the City of Toronto is providing additional details on efforts to combat vaccine hesitancy led by the City’s COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Working Group. “We are doing everything we can as a municipal government to get as many people vaccinated Read More…