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Ius Sanguinis messo in discussione? La Marca: “Falso, il Centrodestra
dà i numeri”

TORONTO – In questi giorni sta circolando sulle agenzie e sulla stampa in italiano all’estero una lettera aperta sottoscritta da esponenti dei partiti della Destra italiana residenti in diversi Paesi del continente americano, dal titolo “Il Centro-sinistra vuole limitare lo Ius sanguinis, è una vergogna”. Una lettera che anche il Corriere Canadese ha pubblicato (potete leggerla qui) ed alla quale replica l’onorevole Francesca La Marca (nella foto sopra), parlamentare del Pd eletta nella Circoscrizione Estero, Ripartizione Nord e Centro America… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Ex-boyfriend charged over Elnaz Hajtamiri kidnapping in Ontario

ORILLIA, Ontario –The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have charged one person with several criminal offences in connection to the January abduction and disappearance of Elnaz HAJTAMIRI (in the pic, from by the Hajtamiri family). The 37-year-old Elnaz — who also goes by the surname TAMIRI — was abducted on January 12, 2022 from a residence in Wasaga Beach, Ontario by three suspects dressed in police gear, but not actual uniforms, in what is believed to be a white Lexus RX sport utility vehicle. 

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Rosemarie Bryan, un’altra vittima dei wokisti

TORONTO – In un certo senso, il caso di Rosemarie Bryan dovrebbe riguardarci tutti. Era, forse è ancora, una responsabile della società religiosa della Salvation Army per servizi comunitari e familiari. Aveva accettato la sfida di proporre il suo nome per sostituire, temporaneamente, il consigliere uscente Michael Ford, ora MPP e ministro del governo Ford… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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USA, la decisione sull’aborto influenzerà il Canada. Ma facciamo parlare i dati

TORONTO – Come su tante questioni, gli USA stanno ancora una volta influenzando il dibattito politico in Canada. La decisione della Corte Suprema americana (USSC) di revocare i “diritti all’aborto” è stata immediatamente attaccata qui in Canada dai nostri rappresentanti politici e da altri… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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OHRC: “ Proteggere e difendere i diritti umani durante l’epidemia di ‘vaiolo delle scimmie’ ”

TORONTO – La Commissione per i Diritti Umani dell’Ontario (OHRC) ha lanciato un appello riguardante il “vaiolo delle scimmie”, chiedendo di proteggere e difendere i diritti umani durante l’epidemia. In una dichiarazione, l’OHRC scrive che “la lotta mondiale contro il focolaio di ‘varicella delle scimmie’ solleva diverse questioni molto preoccupanti sui diritti umani”… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Vescovo americano toglie lo status di “cattolica” a scuola che sventola le bandiere LGBT E BLM: il Cattolicesimo è sempre più diviso in Nordamerica

È in atto una profonda divisione nel Cattolicesimo in Nordamerica e tale dicotomia appare particolarmente evidente in ambito scolastico, sia in Canada che negli USA. Il vescovo della Diocesi di Worcester (Massachusetts, USA), ha rimosso pochi giorni fa lo status di “cattolico” da una scuola gestita dai gesuiti dopo che l’istituto ha disatteso il suo ordine di non sventolare la bandiera arcobaleno LGBT e la bandiera del movimento Black Lives Matter (BLM)… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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US bishop strips Jesuit school of ‘Catholic’ status for defiantly flying ‘pride’ and BLM flags: Catholicism increasingly divided in North America

There is a deep division in Catholicism in North America, and this dichotomy is particularly evident in schools, both in Canada and in the USA. 

As reported by LifeSiteNews, the Bishop of the Diocese of Worcester (Massachusetts, USA) – in the pic above, from Twitter – , has removed the “Catholic” status from a Jesuit-run school after it refused to heed his orders not to fly the LGBT rainbow flag and the Black Lives Matter flag.  (more…)

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“Angoscia mentale inflitta intenzionalmente”: misure anti-Covid, le altre accuse al governo federale

TORONTO – “Inflizione intenzionale di angoscia mentale”: è una delle tante accuse che i 600 querelanti muovono contro il governo federale nello Statement of Claim (SoC) depositato in Corte Federale il 30 maggio scorso, con il quale gli stessi denuncianti chiedono, ciascuno, 650.000 dollari (per un totale di quasi 400 milioni di dollari) a titolo di risarcimento dei “danni da misure anti-Covid” al primo ministro Trudeau, ai ministri Freeland, Alghabra, Mendicino, al direttore sanitario Theresa Tam ed altri esponenti dell’esecutivo… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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“Intentionally Inflicted Mental Distress”: anti-Covid measures, another accusations
against the federal government

TORONTO – “Intentional infliction of mental anguish”: it is one of the many accusations that the 600 plaintiffs bring against the federal government in the Statement of Claim (SoC) filed in the Federal Court last May 30. Throught it, the same complainants ask, each, $ 650,000 (for a total of nearly $ 400 million) as compensation for “damage from anti-Covid measures” to Prime Minister Trudeau, Ministers Freeland, Alghabra, Mendicino, Health Director Theresa Tam and other executive officials.  (more…)

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Millionaire class action against the government: “There has never been a pandemic, now compensate us”

TORONTO – “There is no, and there has not been, a ‘Covid-19 pandemic’  beyond and/or exceeding the consequences of the fall-out of the pre-Covid annual flu”. It is one of the considerations contained in the Statement of Claim (SoC) filed in Federal Court on May 30, by 600 plaintiffs who ask, each, $ 650,000 (for a total of nearly $ 400 million) in “damages from anti-Covid measures “. The defendants are the federal government of Canada, Prime Minister Trudeau, the Ministries Freeland, Alghabra, Mendicino, the medical director Theresa Tam and other members of the federal government.  (more…)

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Vaughan, Mayor Bevilacqua will not run for re-election

VAUGHAN – The mayor of Vaughan, Maurizio Bevilacqua, will not run again in the next municipal elections, next 24 October.

The news was announced by Bevilacqua himself, during a gala tonight in Vaughan, where the mayor also celebrated his birthday.

“The city is in good shape,” Bevilacqua told those who asked him the reason for his decision.

 

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Candice Bergen: “Les Italiens et les Italo-Canadiens ont apporté une contribution incroyable au Canada”

OTTAWA – L’honorable Candice Bergen, cheffe du Parti conservateur du Canada et de l’Opposition officielle, a fait la déclaration suivante à propos du Mois du patrimoine italien: « En 1497, Giovanni Caboto, mieux connu des Canadiens sous le nom de John Cabot, a débarqué sur la côte est de l’Amérique du Nord, devenant ainsi le premier Italien à visiter ce qui est maintenant le Canada. Depuis le voyage emblématique de Cabot, les Italiens et les Italo-Canadiens ont apporté une contribution incroyable au Canada, l’aidant à devenir le pays fort qu’il est aujourd’hui ». 

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Sénateur Tony Loffreda, appel à tous les fonds de pension : Investissez au Canada

MONTREAL – Dans ma chronique du mois dernier, j’ai fait valoir que le Canada a un problème majeur de croissance de la productivité et qu’il doit sérieusement envisager d’adopter un plan pluriannuel détaillé pour s’attaquer au cœur de ce problème. Nous devons trouver des moyens d’encourager les entreprises à investir dans les nouvelles technologies, l’innovation et leurs employés. Il n’y a pas de solution miracle ou d’approche unique pour assurer notre croissance économique et relancer la piètre productivité du Canada, en particulier dans une économie post-Covid. 

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Il Senatore Tony Loffreda: “I fondi pensione canadesi devono investire di più nel Made in Canada”

MONTREAL – Il mese scorso, ho sostenuto che il Canada ha un importante problema di crescita della produttività e che deve seriamente pensare di adottare un piano strutturale e pluriennale per risolvere alla radice questa criticità. Bisogna trovare il modo di incentivare le imprese ad investire nelle nuove tecnologie, nell’innovazione e nei loro dipendenti. Non esiste un approccio univoco che possa garantire la crescita economica e rilanciare la scarsa produttività del Canada, in particolare in un’economia post-Covid. 

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Senator Tony Loffreda’s Calling on all Pension Funds: Invest in Canada

MONTREAL – In my column last month, I argued that Canada has a major productivity growth issue and seriously needs to consider adopting a comprehensive, multi-year plan to address this issue at its core. We need to find ways of encouraging businesses to invest in new technologies, innovation, and its people. There is no silver bullet or a one-size-fits-all approach to ensuring our economic growth and boosting Canada’s lackluster productivity record, particularly in a post-Covid economy. 

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The last farewell to Naseem Mahdi, pillar of the Ahmadis and the concept of integration in Woodbridge and beyond

TORONTO – Maulana Naseem Mahdi, pillar of the Ahmadi community and a great supporter of integration, in Woodbridge and beyond, passed away. Last Friday, in the Bai`tul Islam Mosque (in the pic above) in Jane, on Teston Road, the public funeral took place in the presence of many people, including Corriere Canadese’s publisher Joe Volpe.   (more…)

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Joe Volpe appointed to the National Advisory Board of the AGPI

TORONTO – The Hon. Joe Volpe, Publisher of the Corriere Canadese, has been appointed to the National Advisory Board of The Abraham Global Peace Initiative (AGPI). It is an honour that our Publisher has accepted with modesty in recognition of the impact of the Corriere and its team’s value to the Italian Diaspora and to the Canadian mainstream in which it operates. 

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Jason Kenney steps down after 51.4 per cent approval in leadership review

CALGARY – Jason Kenney (in the pic, from his Twitter profile) quit as leader of his party, and premier of Alberta, Wednesday night after receiving a slight majority of support in his United Conservative Party leadership review. “While 51 per cent of the vote passes the constitutional threshold of a majority, it clearly is not adequate support to continue on as leader,” Kenney told at Spruce Meadows in Calgary. 

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Cherry blossom season in Brampton: the drone footage

BRAMPTON – Brampton’s cherry blossoms are in bloom. The City’s cherry blossoms are located at Joyce Archdekin Park along Main Street South, with an additional tree at the entrance to Gage Park. Cherry blossoms typically bloom in late April and in to May.  

The City of Brampton was gifted cherry blossoms as part of the Sakura Project, which was initiated in the year 2000. The Sakura Project granted trees to a number of public locations in Ontario as a symbol of goodwill and friendship between Japan and Ontario. The City’s Parks and Forestry department planted the community’s trees in 2002 and 2003. 

Brampton has approximately 70 cherry blossom trees. The City continues to maintain these trees with regular care and pruning.

The City of Brampton invites everyone to be respectful and: allow space for everyone to take photos and enjoy the scenery; do not litter; do not touch or pick the flowers, or climb the trees, as it is harmful to the trees.

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Baseball, Alessandro Volpe invited by Italian U18 National Team for a second look

NETTUNO (Rome) – The Italian-Canadian slugger, Alessandro Volpe (in the pic), 17 years-old, has been invited by the Italian Under 18 Baseball National Team for a second look.

The “Azzurri” staff decided to invite him again to Italy as the Under 18 team prepares for the upcoming season, Alessandro will leave for Italy in the next few days, destination Nettuno (province of Rome), the birthplace of world football champion Bruno Conti. Things augur well.

Good luck, Alessandro!

In the video below, Alessandro (number 20) at bat in a game last weekend in Brampton 

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Construction industry, a province-wide strike of carpenters is imminent

VAUGHAN (Ontario) – Carpenter’s District Council of Ontario, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (the “Carpenters”) is announcing that a province-wide strike of carpenters in the industrial, commercial and institutional (ICI) sector in the construction industry is imminent. 

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Frank D’Amico presidente ad interim del Toronto Catholic District School Board

TORONTO – Frank D’Amico, fiduciario per il Ward 6 al Provveditorato Cattolico, è il presidente ad interim del Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) con effetto immediato, dal momento che il presidente Angela Kennedy, trustee del Ward 11, è in congedo per candidarsi alle imminenti elezioni provinciali dell’Ontario… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Journée de l’Europe 2022 au Canada: toutes les célébrations programmées

OTTAWA – Chaque année, les Européens du monde entier célèbrent la Journée de l’Europe le 9 mai, en souvenir d’un moment important pour l’histoire de l’Europe. Dans son discours du 9 mai 1950, connu sous le nom de « Déclaration Schuman », Robert Schuman, ministre français des affaires étrangères, a appelé les nations européennes à s’unir après les ravages de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. 

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“Big Mario”, arbitro migrante dal barcone della speranza al campo di calcio

AVELLINO – Ha fatto l’esordio ufficiale sul rettangolo verde di Sant’Angelo dei Lombardi, in provincia di Avellino, Ebrima Gaye – soprannominato “Big Mario” – della sezione AIA di Ariano Irpino diretta da Francesco Grasso. A rendere nota la sua storia è la pagina Facebook dell’Associazione Italiana Arbitri del Tricolle. 

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Pandemic’s highest number of classes affected by staff absences at TDSB on Friday

TORONTO – After Ontario ended, on March 21, mandatory masking in indoor public spaces, including classrooms, on Friday about 30 out of 583 TDSB schools reported classes that shifted to remote asynchronous learning, estimated to be the highest number of classes affected by staff absences in a single day during the pandemic. 

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