Day: 3 November 2021

Covid-19 Updates English News Updates

Status update of Covid-19 cases worldwide

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Here we provide a daily update of the data available for select countries and jurisdictions as of November 3, 2021, at 4:30 pm EST.

 

On Wednesday, health officials in Russia logged 40,443 new infections, pushing the total number of confirmed positive cases passed 8.6 million. Of the cumulative total number of cases, 86.2% are considered recovered. In the last 24-hours, authorities have reported 1,189 Covid-related deaths for a total of 242,060 fatalities attributable to Covid-19.

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Canada Covid-19 Updates English Featured News Updates Ontario

Covid: booster for vulnerable people but Ford won’t mandate vaccines for health-care workers

TORONTO – The long wait is over. The Ontario government has decided that due to concerns about staff shortages in hospitals, it will not make vaccination mandatory for health-care workers. This was announced today by Prime Minister Ford himself, sparking endless controversy: both the Ontario Science Table and doctors and experts in the field had asked to make the vaccine mandatory for health workers. “The issue is complex. After reviewing the situation our government decided to maintain its flexible approach by leaving the decision to individual hospitals,” he said.  (more…)

Canada Editorials English Featured News Updates Politics

No honeymoon for Trudeau, Tory base in revolt against O’Toole

TORONTO – Justin Trudeau’s European tour was a breath of fresh air, but now it’s time to tackle the internal grit. Today the Prime Minister left Glasgow, Scotland, and reached Ottawa in the late afternoon. After the official visit to the Netherlands, the G20 Summit in Rome, the bilateral meetings – including the one with Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi – and the climate summit in Glasgow, Trudeau is preparing to face a series of commitments at Parliament Hill that promise quite challenging. First of all, the liberal leader has to deal with an extremely fragmented political context, with a honeymoon with the electorate that basically never began and with a long series of knots to be solved in the coming months. (more…)

Canada Economy English Featured GTA News Updates Ontario Toronto

House prices in Toronto are rising again: + 20% in one year

TORONTO – House prices in Toronto are rising again. On an annual basis, the increase is almost 20% according to the analysis of TRREB, Toronto Regional Real Estate Board. Reason: Prospective homebuyers in the Greater Toronto Area found significantly fewer homes on the market last month than they did a year ago, thereby driving down sales and, consequently, raising the prices of the few properties available.  (more…)

Bengali News Updates The Environment World News

জলবায়ু সম্মেলনে মোদির ৫ প্রতিশ্রুতি

(Shomporko সম্পর্ক) বিশ্বজুড়ে জলবায়ু পরিবর্তন রুখতে তথা উষ্ণায়নের মাত্রা হ্রাস করতে ৫ প্রতিশ্রুতি দিয়েছে ভারত। সোমবার (১ নভেম্বর) স্কটল্যান্ডের গ্লাসগোয় জলবায়ু সম্মেলনের মঞ্চে দাঁড়িয়ে এসব প্রতিশ্রুতির কথা বলেন ভারতের প্রধানমন্ত্রী নরেন্দ্র মোদি … Read More in Shomporko >>> 

Arts & Culture Culture Italian World News

Corot e Matisse cantori delle modelle

Le modelle di artista che dagli inizi del 1800 a Roma e successivamente con successo internazionale, a Parigi e poi a Londra, sono una pagina affascinante della Storia dell’Arte, di cui si scoprono continuamente aspetti e personaggi. Grazie a loro nacque nei primi anni del 1800 sia la parola ‘modella’ femminile, solo in Italiano, e sia il mestiere, la professione vera e propria, quella che poi un secolo più tardi diverrà la top model. E, quale cronaca, una di tali moderne top models, tra le più celebrate assieme a Naomi Campbell, è Linda Evangelista, oriunda ciociara canadese, da Pignataro Interamna… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

Canada Economy Italian News Updates Ontario

Il salario minimo dell’Ontario non è dignitoso

TORONTO – Un salario minimo di base più elevato è una buona notizia per gli abitanti dell’Ontario in difficoltà per pagare le bollette e mettere il cibo in tavola. La provincia ha affermato che a partire dal 1º gennaio 2022 il salario minimo aumenterà a $15 all’ora. Attualmente è di $14,35 all’ora. Ma a seconda di dove si vive in Ontario, coloro che percepiscono il salario minimo – l’importo che i datori di lavoro devono pagare per legge – potrebbero non guadagnare abbastanza per permettersi di vivere nella loro comunità… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

Canada Italian News Updates Ontario

Campagna elettorale, Ford alza il salario minimo a 15 dollari

TORONTO – Meglio tardi che mai. Il governo provinciale ha deciso di alzare il salario minimo a 15 dollari l’ora, a partire dal prossimo gennaio. Con un annuncio in pompa magna, accompagnato dal ministro delle Finanze Peter Bethlenfalvy e del ministro del Lavoro Monte McNaughton, Doug Ford ha rispolverato un provvedimento che era già stato approvato dal precedente governo guidato da Kathleen Wynne, una misura che era stata poi bloccata e accantonata dallo stesso premier conservatore dopo aver vinto le elezioni del 2018. Secondo i calcoli del governo, l’aumento in busta paga dovrebbe riguardare 760mila lavoratori in Ontario… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

Canada Covid-19 Updates Italian News Updates Ontario Quebec

Ontario, contagi altalenanti: ora calano Le percentuali dei vaccinati in Canada

TORONTO – È tornato ad essere altalenante il ritmo dei contagi in Ontario. Ieri, la provincia ha registrato più di 300 nuovi casi (331) e altri 7 decessi. Infezioni in calo, dunque, rispetto alle 422 di lunedì ma in aumento rispetto alle 269 di una settimana fa. Comunque decisamente meglio di un anno fa: in questo stesso giorno del 2020, la provincia aveva segnalato 948 nuovi casi… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 


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