Toronto, June 10: More than 300 people attended a candlelight vigil at the Regent Park last night to remember the hundreds of children whose remains were found buried at a former residential school as well as four Muslims who were run down and killed in London by a truck Sunday evening in what police say was a hate-motivated attack. Thus, all speakers denounce Islamophobia and urge action to defeat anti-Muslim hate and all forms of discrimination among people. (more…)
টরন্টো, জুন ১০: গত রাতে রিজেন্ট পার্কে তিন শতাধিক মানুষ মোমবাতি প্রজ্জ্বলনের মাধ্যমে কানাডার সাবেক আবাসিক স্কুলে দুই শতাধিক আদিবাসী শিশুর প্রাপ্ত দেহাবশেষ ও লন্ডনে রোববার পুলিশের ভাষায় ঘৃণ্য অভিপ্রায়ে ট্রাক চাপায় নিহত মুসলিম পরিবারকে স্মরণ করেছে। সেজন্য বক্তারা সেখানে ইসলামোফোবিয়াসহ মুসলিম বিরোধী ঘৃণা এবং মানুষে মানুষে বিদ্যমান ভেদাভেদকে প্রত্যাখ্যান করেছেন। (more…)
Article by Francesco Veronesi — Video: Rosanna Colavecchia
– Il tempo è galantuomo. La macchina del fango – mediatica e politica – che ha investito il Corriere Canadese negli ultimi mesi inizia a perdere pezzi per strada.
blogTO, portale web di Toronto, ha dovuto presentare le sue scuse ufficiali per aver definito “omofobo, transfobico e razzista” un articolo pubblicato sul Corriere Canadese a firma dell’editore Joe Volpe.
THUNDER BAY —Communities across Canada are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, and need immediate assistance to ensure their public infrastructure is safe and reliable. Details were provided by the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Health and Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay-Superior North, on behalf of the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Federal Minister of Infrastructure and Communities; Stephen Crawford, Parliamentary Assistant to Ontario’s Minister of Infrastructure and Member of Provincial Parliament for Oakville, on behalf of the Honourable Laurie Scott, Ontario’s Minister of Infrastructure; and His Worship Bill Mauro, Mayor of the City of Thunder Bay. The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing more than $15 million to protect the health, and well-being of residents in 99 municipalities across Northern Ontario. (more…)
A new research program will distribute 50,000 free HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) self-testing kits across Canada to reach people who are undiagnosed and get them connected to care, with the goal of identifying factors that affect access to testing and care and ultimately, ending Canada’s HIV epidemic.
Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, will be joined by Matthew Anderson, President and CEO of Ontario Health, to make an announcement.