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Nathaniel Veltman and his fatal truck attack on Muslim family

Nathaniel Veltman, the man facing murder charges in the truck attack of a Muslim family at the intersection of Hyde Park Road and South Carriage Road in London, Ontario has left no traces on social media about his life, but a neighbor who spoke to CBC News said while the 20-year-old kept to himself, he’d have frequent and noisy gatherings in his downtown apartment. (more…)

Covid-19 Updates English Health & Medicine

AstraZeneca: Canada ahead on his way, waiting on Ema decision

TORONTO – Canada is continuing its immunization campaign with the three vaccines approved by the regulator. The confirmation came from the health authorities, who clarify the case related to AstraZeneca, while in Europe the final decision of EMA (the European drug body) regarding the resumption of the use of the vaccine of the Anglo-Swedish consortium, blocked in many countries, is expected for tomorrow. (more…)

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Mexican consul in Leamington, Canada, dismissed for sex tape in his office

The director-general for North America of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE), Roberto Velasco Álvarez, announced that Darío Alberto Bernal Acero, honorary consul of Mexico in Leamington, Canada, was dismissed from his position after knowing a sexual video recorded in front of his desk at the consular headquarters. The Canadian authorities and also in Mexico are already investigating the events. (more…)

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Gaudiano wins Sanremo Giovani
with a song for his father

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian SANREMO – First verdict at the Sanremo Festival, the event dedicated to the Italian song. Luca Gaudiano (in the photo), a young singer-songwriter from Foggia, is the winner of the “Young” section: the thirty-year-old from Puglia won the final on Friday 5 March with the song “Polvere da sparo”, triumphing over the other three finalists Wrongonyou (with “Lessons in flight”), which won the Critics’ Award “Mia Martini”, Davide Shorty (with “Regina”) who was awarded the Press Office Award “Lucio Dalla” and Folcast (with “Discover yourself”). (more…)


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