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Ontario Expanding Addictions Services In Thunder Bay
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Ontario Expanding Addictions Services In Thunder Bay

Reading Time: 3 minutes Funding Will Improve Access to Specialized Addictions Services and Supports The Ontario government is investing over $3.8 million through the new Addictions Recovery Fund to immediately enhance access to addictions treatment supports in Thunder Bay. This funding will be provided to St. Joseph’s Care Group and Dilico Anishinabek Family Care to expand access to a total of Read More…

Quebec Government Invests More than $17.8 million Into Municipal Water Infrastructures
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Quebec Government Invests More than $17.8 million Into Municipal Water Infrastructures

Reading Time: 2 minutes More than $17.8 million for water infrastructure in Saint-Pierre-les-Becquets On behalf of the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Ms.  Andrée Laforest, the MNA for Nicolet-Bécancour, Mr. Donald Martel, is pleased to announce an unprecedented investment of $17,858,789 has been granted to the Municipality of Saint-Pierre-les-Becquets for the construction, expansion and repair of water infrastructures. The work is aimed Read More…

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CBSA and RCMP Seize 265 Kilos Of Meth and Heroin

Reading Time: 2 minutes CBSA and RCMP unravel alleged narcotics smuggling attempt and seize over 265 kilograms of suspected narcotics The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), Southern Ontario Region, in partnership with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), is committed to keeping illegal goods from entering our neighbourhoods. The dedication of officers from these forces kept approximately 265 kilograms Read More…

Medusa - A Work Of Art Created From Plastic Waste
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Medusa – A Work Of Art Created From Plastic Waste

Reading Time: 2 minutes Quebec artist Alex Côté highlights the duality between the illusion of plastic beauty and pollution.  A huge, one-of-a-kind jellyfish is appearing at the Aquarium du Québec. Composed from waste and plastic materials removed from the St. Lawrence, the artwork Plastic. Medusa, signed by artist Alex Côté, is glaringly true. More than 1,500 young people were made aware of the issues Read More…

Manitoba Celebrates Louis Riel Day, Manitoba’s 1st Premier
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Manitoba Celebrates Louis Riel Day, Manitoba’s 1st Premier

Reading Time: < 1 minute Louis Riel was a champion for Métis rights and freedom Louis David Riel 22 October 1844 – 16 November 1885) was a Canadian politician, a founder of the province of Manitoba, and a political leader of the Métis people of the Canadian Prairies. He led two revolutions against the government of Canada and its first post-Confederation prime minister, John A. Macdonald. Riel sought Read More…

Manitobans Frustrated With Justice Minister Goertzen's Inability To Manage Illegal Blockades
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Manitobans Frustrated With Justice Minister Goertzen’s Inability To Manage Illegal Blockades

Reading Time: 2 minutes Goertzen is facing a lot criticism from Manitobans for his mishandling of the Illegal convoys across the province. One of the biggest threats to Canadians and the economy right now is the occupation of truck convoys, considering many of them have now entered into their second week across the country. While members in all branches Read More…

Freedom Convoy Has Overstayed Its Welcome In Ottawa
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Freedom Convoy Has Overstayed Its Welcome In Ottawa

Reading Time: 2 minutes Ottawa Mayor and citizens want the Freedom Convoy to roll on out of their city Canada’s freedom rally has made its way across the country and has stalled in Ottawa. The truckers came, but many have not left and have overstayed their welcome according to Ottawa’s Mayor. The right to protest is a Canadian right. Read More…

The Key First Nation, Welcomes Home Bison Herd Back To Treaty 4 Land
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The Key First Nation, Welcomes Home Bison Herd Back To Treaty 4 Land

Reading Time: 3 minutes Mashkode-bizhiki | Plains bison herd successfully re-established to The Key First Nation in Saskatchewan Today, the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, and Jennifer McKillop, Saskatchewan Regional Vice-President for Nature Conservancy of Canada, announced that 40 plains bison were successfully translocated to establish a new herd Read More…

Canada Raising Awareness on Zero-Emission Vehicles in Ontario
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Canada Raising Awareness on Zero-Emission Vehicles in Ontario

Reading Time: 3 minutes $500,000 to two organizations in Ontario to support zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) awareness projects. Reducing emissions from the transportation sector is critical to achieving Canada’s climate targets and keeping our air clean. That’s why the Government of Canada is making sure people can be confident in purchasing and driving emissions-free electric cars in Ontario and across Read More…

Extreme Cold Weather Issued For The City Of Toronto
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Extreme Cold Weather Issued For The City Of Toronto

Reading Time: 2 minutes Close to 500 warming spaces available in the City of Toronto Based on Environment and Climate Change Canada’s forecast, the Medical Officer of Health has issued an Extreme Cold Weather Alert (ECWA) today for Toronto in anticipation of the cold weather conditions forecasted for the next 24 hours or longer. The ECWA will be in Read More…

Team Toronto Ramps Up Vaccine Drive Across The City
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Team Toronto Ramps Up Vaccine Drive Across The City

Reading Time: < 1 minute Team Toronto continues to help kids and education workers get vaccinated Over the next three days, starting today through Saturday, January 15, Team Toronto will hold clinics that will work to administer COVID-19 vaccine to kids and education workers, ahead of the return to in-class learning next Monday. The clinics include 11 school-based clinics, one school Read More…

Ontario Continues to Add Hospital Beds and Build Up Health Workforce
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Ontario Continues to Add Hospital Beds and Build Up Health Workforce

Reading Time: 3 minutes Province Expanding Opportunities for Internationally Educated Nurses to Support Pandemic Response The Ontario government is continuing to accelerate its efforts to add hospital beds and build up the province’s health care workforce to ensure patients can continue to access the health care they need when they need it. The province is collaborating with Ontario Health Read More…

Quebec To Tax The Unvaxxed
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Quebec To Tax The Unvaxxed

Reading Time: < 1 minute Premier François Legault announced another controversial measure to incentivise the unvaccinated Today Quebec Premier François Legault announced his government will soon start imposing a healthcare tax on the unvaccinated. As the rates in Quebec continue to climb daily, the pressure on the healthcare system and hospitals have reached its stress levels. The most recent data Read More…

Toronto Reaches 1,000,000 COVID-19 3rd Dose Milestone
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Toronto Reaches 1,000,000 COVID-19 3rd Dose Milestone

Reading Time: 2 minutes The vaccination clinics are part of the Team Toronto effort to support the province and school boards reopening schools to in-class learning as planned on January 17. Mayor John Tory helped open the clinic at Woodbine Mall this morning and thanked staff as well as education workers who were attending the clinic in order to Read More…

Quebec Government Commits $1.6M To Mining Industry Sustainability
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Quebec Government Commits $1.6M To Mining Industry Sustainability

Reading Time: 2 minutes The financial incentive replaces the current tax credit Today, Quebec’s Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources announces the Support Program for Sustainable Development in 2021 mining companies -2024. The purpose of this financial assistance program is to encourage mining exploration companies, their service providers and mining companies to improve their sustainable development practices. To achieve this, Read More…

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Ontario Helping More Immigrants Start and Grow Businesses

Reading Time: 2 minutes Entrepreneurship project expected to generate $20 million in business investment and create good local jobs Ontario is recruiting 100 international entrepreneurs to start or grow businesses in regions outside of the Greater Toronto Area that have been hit hard by pandemic job losses through the Entrepreneur Stream of the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP). This Read More…

32st Anniversary Of Montreal’s Polytechnique Massacre
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32st Anniversary Of Montreal’s Polytechnique Massacre

Reading Time: 2 minutes Canadian honour the students of that died 32 years ago in the Polytechnique Massacre The École Polytechnique massacre (French: tuerie de l’École polytechnique), also known as the Montreal massacre, was a mass shooting in Montreal at an engineering school affiliated with the Université de Montréal. Fourteen women were murdered and a further fourteen people were injured: ten women and four men. On December 6, Read More…

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Moroccan and American movie star, international actor Charaf ben Affane

Reading Time: < 1 minute Moroccan actor charaf ben Affane, who embodied the role of “Adnan” in the second part of the series “The Past does not die”, revealed the details of his participation in this series, which is considered the first Moroccan work in which he participates after a series of international works, and Sharaf also spoke about the Read More…

Ontario Expanding Eating Disorder Services for Children and Youth
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Ontario Expanding Eating Disorder Services for Children and Youth

Reading Time: 4 minutes Protecting our Progress by Improving Access to Specialized Mental Health Services As part of the 2021 Ontario Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review: Build Ontario plan, the Ontario government is investing $8.1 million this year to immediately address the increased demand for services to support specialized care for children and youth diagnosed with eating disorders. This new Read More…

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Icono del arte español david corsino

Reading Time: 2 minutes Mariya el amraoui David corsino, nacido en Madrid España el día 11/07/1986. De descendencia andaluza. Nieto , hijo ,sobrino , de artistas. Empezé en la música , tocando la guitarra en pequeñas fiestas, bares, y algúna que otra sala con buen nombre . Me fui metiendo más y más en la música, empezé a escribir, Read More…

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Governments Protecting the Mental Health of Ontario Farmers

Reading Time: 3 minutes Two new investments add more resources to help farm families The governments of Canada and Ontario are protecting the mental health of farmers and their families by investing more than $7 million dollars through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership to launch two, new multi-year mental health initiatives that are specialized to support those in the agriculture Read More…

Ontario Supporting Women in Post-COVID Economy
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Ontario Supporting Women in Post-COVID Economy

Reading Time: 3 minutes Funding will enhance employment and entrepreneurial training for low-income women The Ontario government is providing an additional $500,000 in the Investing in Women’s Futures Program, bringing the total funding to $2.7 million this year. Offered at 23 women’s centres across the province, the program provides free employment readiness and violence prevention programming to socially and Read More…