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How the Dhaka University turned as the “Oxford of East”?

The Dhaka University celebrates its centenary this year as it opened its doors on July 1, 1921. Its patrons particularly, Nawab Sir Khwaja Salimullah by donating 600 acres of land, steered the new institution with Oxford University’s academic model of a residential institution where the students would primarily live in the campus. (more…)

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“This is how Denise could be today”: a new appeal from her mother Piera Maggio

MAZARA DEL VALLO (Trapani) – Tomorrow, Tuesday 26 October, Denise Pipitone would turn 21. She would, because no one knows what happened to that little girl who disappeared on 1 September 2004 from Mazara del Vallo, a town in the province of Trapani, in Sicily. Since then, investigations, trials, appeals, searches, all without the desired results: to find Denise or, at least, to know the truth about what happened that day in the small Sicilian village where everyone knows each other. (more…)

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Election Day coming up. How will you vote?

TORONTO – I voted in the advance polls. Like many readers of the Corriere Canadese, I have been taken aback by the riding profiles offered daily by Priscilla Pajdo in our pages. No other publication has been providing their readers with as extensive and detailed a picture of any constituency as her pieces have. She has focused on districts where 9% or more of the population are of Italian origin.  (more…)

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The election will be a referendum on how Trudeau handled the pandemic

TORONTO – The federal vote on September 20 is a gamble for Justin Trudeau. At the polls, the election will inevitably turn into a sort of referendum on how the outgoing prime minister managed the Covid-19 emergency and, in the future, on how the country can get out of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. According to the polls, the Liberal leader at the starting line is ahead of the other candidates for the leadership of Canada, although the goal of achieving a parliamentary majority – unlike the vote two years ago – still remains a long way off.  (more…)

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Denise, her mother on Facebook: “If you only knew how many beautiful people you have around…”

MAZARA DEL VALLO (Trapani) – She has launched many appeals in the last seventeen years, since that September 1st when her little Denise, only 4 years old, disappeared from Mazara del Vallo, in Sicily (Italy). Now the mother, Piera Maggio, addresses her directly and does so on social media, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, with a message that moves the whole of Italy. (more…)

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Italian study: this is how the sun destroys Covid

Article by Corriere Canadese’s staff

“We have shown that Uva and Uvb rays of the sun in a matter of tens of seconds completely kill Sars-Cov-2”. This was stated by Mario Clerici, professor of general pathology at the State University of Milan and scientific director of the Irccs of Milan Foundation Don Gnocchi, author, together with the research group of the National Institute of Astrophysics, of an all-Italian study published yesterday. (more…)

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Cinema and How It Affects Our Daily Lives

Have you ever watched a movie that affected your life to a point as to alter some of your movements in a cautionary way? I have. “Jaws” made me think twice before heading to the deep part of the ocean. “Exorcist” made me imagine the bad behaviour I witness out there to be demonic. Needless to say, I watched these movies when I was in my early twenties and, though I’ve revisited “Jaws” once, I admit having stayed away from “Exorcist” altogether. (more…)

Culture English Family Living

Mother’s Day, origin and curiosity: how it was born and where it is celebrated

TORONTO – Sunday 9 May 2021 is Mother’s Day, a recurrence that is widespread all over the world. While the decision to dedicate a day to mothers is common to many countries, the choice of the day in question is different, for an event that is celebrated at a different time of the year depending on where you are. There are also several stories related to the origin of the festival, which in the past had a fixed date in our country and is now celebrated on the second Sunday of May instead. (more…)

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Italian chefs protagonists in Canada
“This is how we spread our traditions”

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian VANCOUVER – Italian chefs in Canada in the spotlight: the APCI (Professional Association of Italian Chefs) is growing exponentially in every corner of North America and last Sunday it was the protagonist of the World Tiramisù Contest, which saw one of the association’s chefs engaged in Alberta, Alberto Alboreggia (in the pic above), who presented a live video recipe. (more…)

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