Tag: class

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Class action milionaria contro il governo: “La pandemia non esiste, risarciteci”

TORONTO – “Non c’è e non c’è stata una “pandemia di Covid-19″ al di là e/o al di sopra delle conseguenze delle ricadute dell’annuale influenza pre-Covid”. È una delle considerazioni contenute nello Statement of Claim (SoC) depositato in Corte Federale il 30 maggio scorso, con il quale 600 querelanti chiedono, ciascuno, 650.000 dollari (per un totale di quasi 400 milioni di dollari) a titolo di risarcimento dei “danni da misure anti-Covid”… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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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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Class action contro il governo federale per i danni da Covid-19

TORONTO – Secondo gli atti del Tribunale registrati in Corte Federale il 30 maggio 2022 e ottenuti dal Corriere Canadese, le controversie relative alla, ed emerse dalla, gestione da parte del governo federale delle questioni legate al Covid-19, sono passate da “chiacchiere di strada” alla “responsabilità legale”… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Mandatory vaccine: divisive issue, silence by the political class

TORONTO – Officially nobody is talking about of it. And this is because the issue – very topical – is hot and complicated and difficult to solve: a mix of explosive characteristics for the political class, which in these days has therefore preferred to stay behind the scenes, if not in some small case. Yet, despite the embarrassed silences of those who govern us and those who, in opposition, should sting the executive on its shortcomings and shortcomings, vaccination obligation is talked about. Experts, virologists, trade representatives of the health and hospital sector discuss it. 

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Canada Editorials English Featured Politics

Federal leaders in identity crisis: the weakness of our ruling class

TORONTO – The elections usually start a new political era: the last chapter of a political season ends and a new phase begins. The federal elections of September 20 is an exception, because they were not able to resolve either the contradictions of a weak government, supported by a fragile minority in the House, nor the ineffectiveness and instability of the opposition, on which Prime Minister in pectore Justin Trudeau built his political fortunes.  (more…)

Community Education Matters English Featured News Updates Ontario

Parents rally to keep students safe and class sizes small

Parent groups and concerned community members rally in solidarity to protest the province’s plan to increase class sizes. Parents held coordinated demonstrations at several Catholic elementary schools across Toronto calling on the Ontario government and the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) to halt the reorganization of class sizes.

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Parents voice concerns over Lecce’s plans to increase class sizes

TORONTO – Lecce approves the increase of class sizes at the TCDSB, parents are worried. The health and safety of students and staff is top of mind when it comes to individuals learning in Ontario education system, or at least it should be. That is why parents are concerned over the province’s plan to increase class sizes… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Parents voice concerns over Lecce’s plans to increase class sizes

The health and safety of students and staff is top of mind when it comes to individuals learning in Ontario education system, or at least it should be. That is why parents are concerned over the province’s plan to increase class sizes.

This is particularly the case for parents of students enrolled at the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB). (more…)

Editorials English Featured Sport

Euro Cup 2020 revealed those with “a touch of class”

The list of those who distinguished themselves in the four-week soccer tournament did not include England and its English fans. Yes, it is important to win in a sport that demands great technical skill, stamina, ability to follow a strategic plan, to move forward or retreat and be poised to seize opportunities all while being the ultimate team player. Such is life; such is soccer. (more…)


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