Toronto, May 25: As Canada reported partially immunizing 50 percent of residents against COVID-19, more provinces stepped up efforts to add younger age groups to be vaccinated. These provinces have already expanded vaccine eligibility to those 12 and over, including Newfoundland and Labrador, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta. Even though, nationally, new COVID-19 cases continued to trend below the third-wave peaks reported in mid-April, although case counts remained high in several provinces. (more…)
A study by the KPMG group of office workers who have been working remotely for more than a year showed that most employees are ready to return to physical office work, but 75% of employees want a hybrid work model so that they can work remotely on certain days. (more…)
#WeAnswerTheCall is this year’s theme
At a time when Ontario is accelerating the mass vaccination process of the population, as a weapon to combat Covid-19, in a particularly difficult social and economic context, the role of health professionals in this fight is not forgotten. (more…)
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) decided to be more inclusive and put systemic racism behind them. To ensure that their agents include more Hispanics, Native Americans, blacks, and other ethnic minorities who respond to the diverse community they serve, they published a call for a contractor to evaluate new candidates. (more…)
Statistics Canada has just released data for March. (more…)
Education in Canada is big business. International students contribute more than $21 billion each year to the Canadian economy and promote diversity within communities. The pandemic has presented a variety of challenges for foreign students resulting in a drop in enrollment numbers. The effects could have a negative economic impact.
Article by Marzio Pelu`
Toronto, April 21: Cooperation Canada which brings together and advocates for Canada’s international development and humanitarian organizations has expressed disappointment with the federal budget presented by the minority Liberal government, calling it “a missed opportunity to demonstrate such political leadership” and saying it limits Ottawa’s ability to play a “meaningful long-term role” in a post-pandemic global recovery. (more…)
Five years after the Panama Papers, the fight against offshore crime has a long way to go. Governments around the world have recovered more than $1.36 billion in back taxes and penalties, including $185 million in the last 2 years; however, the recovery in Canada is very low. (more…)
Often the best stories start by chance. Maybe due to a series of coincidences, a chance encounter, an intuition. (more…)
ROME – Bringing Italian and Canadian entrepreneurs and workers closer together as easily and quickly as possible, even in times of Covid. (more…)
ROMA – Avvicinare nel modo più agevole e veloce possibile imprenditori e lavoratori italiani e canadesi, anche in tempi di Covid. È una delle nuove, principali sfide della Canadian Chamber in Italy, associazione no profit attiva da anni a Roma, che oggi è pronta a rilanciare la sua attività con un direttivo rafforzato, a cominciare dalla nuova presidente Caterina Passariello – volto emergente tra i più promettenti nel mondo della giovane imprenditoria e project manager della società di consulenza alle imprese “Euromed International Trade” – ed il vicepresidente Domenico Letizia, giornalista e analista casertano tra i più attivi autori di ricerche e approfondimenti sulla blue economy, la pesca e la geopolitica canadese (nelle foto in alto, la presidente ed il vice). (more…)
Toronto, April 16: The first clinical trial of the Covid-19 vaccine made in Canada has been conducted. Developed by University of Alberta researcher and CEO of Entos Pharmaceuticals, Dr. John Lewis, the phase 1 of the clinical trial of that vaccine has been applied to the human body yesterday. (more…)
Uno spazio per promuovere l’Italia ai canadesi, e le opportunità di affari in Canada alle imprese italiane: questa è la Canadian Chamber in Italy, associazione no profit attiva da anni a Roma, che oggi è pronta a rilanciare la sua attività con un direttivo rinnovato per dare una ventata di freschezza e dinamicità alle proprie attività. (more…)
Has the internet played against you? You’re not alone. (more…)
Foto cortesía de Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.
El Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte ahora viajará por tren. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. (CP, por sus siglas en inglés) anunció la compra de Kansas City Southern (KCS, por sus siglas en inglés) por 29 mil millones de dólares, con el objetivo de crear una red ferroviaria de 20 mil millas que recorra Canadá, Estados Unidos y México. (more…)
VANCOUVER – For the first time, an Italian orchestra will be the protagonist of the World Water Day, celebrated on 22 March and organized in Canada: it’s the Bazzini Consort, a Brescia musical reality wanted and founded by young musicians, which pursues exclusively artistic, cultural and educational purposes and carries out dissemination activities for schools. (more…)
- The federal Liberals lead the Conservatives by four seats, with the NDP remaining unchanged.
- Liberals have 33 seats, Conservatives have 29, and the NDP has one.
- On a regional basis, we see a close three-way race in British Columbia, broad Conservative leads in the Prairies, a 13-point Liberal lead in Ontario, a 7-point Liberal lead over the PQ in Quebec, and a 21-point Liberal lead in Atlantic Canada.
- “Essentially nothing has changed since the last survey, indicating that we may be entering a period in which political opinions remain stable, particularly as the risk of a third COVID wave rises and the public focuses on the consequences,” Says David Coletto, Abacus Data (more…)
In the late 90s, when the dot com bubble burst, every household felt the need to acquire a desktop computer and equip it with a server. America On-Line (AOL) became a byword. And Norton antivirus as well. Thus, started the evolution of modern technology. (more…)
Corriere Canadese is in the final stages of developing a Canadian National Multilingual News Group (CNMNG). This is a project made possible in part, through funding by Canadian Heritage.
It is a “proof of concept” taking advantage of the Collective Initiatives Program under Canadian Heritage and seeks to show commitment to Canadian journalism’s development aimed at Canada’s growing Multilingual sector by utilizing human resources available in the Multilingual publications. The last Census, in fact, underscores the need for such journalism in our diverse peoples’ integration process: fully 22% of Canadians speak a language other than English or French at home. (more…)
Muhammad Ali Bukhari, CNNG News, Toronto
On Monday, 266 out of Canada’s 338 members of parliament voted against this motion. Although most cabinet members were absent from voting. The House of Commons also explicitly blames for the country’s indiscriminate killings of Uighurs and other Turkish-speaking Muslims in China.
The said proposal was made in Parliament by the opposition Conservative Party. It said China’s state action in the Xinjiang region was tantamount to genocide in accordance with UN policy adopted in 1948. In addition to the Conservative members, a significant number of ruling Liberal party MPs voted in favour of the proposal. The final vote count showed that 266 MPs present voted without any opposition, only two MPs have remained officially absent. (more…)