TORONTO – Justin Trudeau’s behavior in the China case “either it’s not honest or it’s not very bright. Which one is it?”: the question come from the opposition parties who consider the prime minister’s response to alleged Chinese interference in the 2019 federal elections insufficient and late. Interferences that were the reason for the clash between Trudeau himself and the Chinese president Xi Jinping at the G20 in Bali (in the pic above) and on which, then, two days ago, the prime minister declared that he had never received any official information from the Canadian intelligence. (more…)
TORONTO – As expected, negotiations between the Ontario government and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) are not the easiest.
LONDON – On occasion of the mourning of the passing of HRH Elizabeth II, Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau gave an unrehearsed tribute to Queen with his rendition of “Bohemian Rhapsody”. Below is a video taken by Sami Parvez and published on YouTube.
TORONTO – And about common acceptance that decisions so arrived are legally binding and enforceable. Thank God that is still the case, despite the disruptive human habit to shrug off decisions we may find personally undesirable. At the very least, talk/debate, replace shooting, stabbing and anarchy. Elections are a “civil substitute” for mayhem and violence.
On Sunday Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan (in the pic above, from his Twitter profile) has indicated about toppling his government. Apparently that threat came after meeting the Russian President Vladimir Putin at the eve of waging war on Ukraine and he defied a written call for support from the western allies.
TORONTO – At a minimum, MP Vuong now knows he is the centre of attention – for better or for worse. He is definitely the focus of attention for the “holier than thou” evangelists of the new morality. It is an austere, severe collection of critics only a mother could love. (more…)
TORONTO – I respect anyone who puts her/his name on a ballot for election. It is rarely a soft exercise; most often it is at best “rough and tumble”. Our democratic institutions need people prepared to take the hits on our behalf. Democracy is not a process for the feint of heart or for those easily offended. (more…)
ROME – Pope Francis has undergone surgery and is in good condition: this was confirmed by the Press Office of the Holy See, in two medical bulletins issued last night and this morning. (more…)
The Ontario government has published a comprehensive document that is intended to be the basis for understanding and forming a vision for the development of transportation for Toronto and the Greater Golden Horseshoe for the next decades. (more…)
Article by Francesco Veronesi — Translation and Video: CNMNG Staff
Anthony Rota challenges Justin Trudeau. The battleground is the controversial story surrounding the firing of two virologists of Chinese origin from the National Microbiology Laboratory, a maximum-security laboratory in Winnipeg where lethal viruses such as Ebola are studied. (more…)
TORONTO – Anthony Rota challenges Justin Trudeau. The battleground is the controversial story surrounding the dismissal of two virologists of Chinese origin from the National Microbiology Laboratory, a maximum-security laboratory in Winnipeg where lethal viruses such as Ebola are studied. This tug-of-war, which has been developing for several weeks, has gone a little undertrack but is likely to lead to a serious institutional crisis between the legislative and executive powers here in Canada in the near future. (more…)
Toronto, June 21: Bangladesh has expressed “deep disappointment” over the new United Nation General Assembly (UNGA) resolution on Myanmar as it failed to recommend actions on repatriation of the Rohingyas, as it observed World Refugee Day yesterday. (more…)
The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, and the President of Spain, Pedro Sánchez (in the pic from the NATO website, with secretary general Jens Stoltenberg), met in the NATO Summit this Monday, June 14. They discussed the economic and social relations between the two nations, as well as forced migration and the importance of an international policy for the distribution of vaccines for the less favored countries. (more…)
“Who knows, speak up: I’ll give him 50 thousand dollars”. Tony Di Piazza, an Italian-American entrepreneur and former vice president of Palermo Calcio, born in Palermo and resident in New York, has decided to make a reward available to help “put an end to” the painful affair of fellow countrywoman Denise Pipitone. (more…)
VATICAN CITY – Stop conflicts, stop wars: let’s think of the poorest and overcome the delays in the distribution of anti-Covid vaccines. This, in a nutshell, is the message of Pope Francis broadcast worldwide from St. Peter’s Basilica on the occasion of Easter. (more…)
After a week of the imprisonment of former interim president Jeanine Áñez, the tension in Bolivia has not ceased with official marches that repudiate the alleged “coup d’etat” of 2019 and a civic council that calls for the cessation of what is considered “political persecution “against opponents, so the Canadian government issued a travel warning. (more…)
The Italian language and culture are alive and well in Canada and in Ontario and not only in large metropolises such as Toronto and Montreal.
In Ontario, outside of the GTA and the Niagara Peninsula, there are several other towns and cities where our beautiful language is still spoken and flourishes even at the academic level. (more…)
TORONTO – One way to build public trust is for government officials and health experts to have a clear and consistent communication strategy. When that breaks down you are left with uncertainty, frustration and public outrage. (more…)
SANREMO – It is the first Sanremo Festival without the audience in the hall and with recorded applause: due to Covid-19, in fact, the historic event dedicated to the Italian song – which starts tonight (Tuesday 2 March) and ends Saturday 6 March – takes place “behind closed doors”. (more…)