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Canadian products cooked in “an Italian way”: live streaming on line with the recipes by Apci’s chefs

VANCOUVER – On Monday 26 July, at 7 pm Italian (and 10 am in Vancouver), online on the Facebook pages of the APCI and the Canadian Embassy in Italy, ​​appointment with “Italy-Canada, culinary encounters”: protagonists, some Italian and Italian-Canadian chefs and products from both Italy and Canada, with live connections from Vancouver, Milan and Rome during which very original recipes will be performed “live”. (more…)

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PM Trudeau Delivers Apology for Internment of Italian Canadians During Second World War: watch the live video

Today, Prime Minister Trudeau will rise in the House of Commons, today, May 27 and offer apologies to a class of Canadians for what their Canadian government of the day did to them, 80 years ago. Briefly, it declared them “enemy aliens”.

That designation caused many to lose their jobs, depriving their families of sustainable income, making their homes prone to the designs of rapacious municipal officials eager to expropriate for non-payment of property taxes. It subjected all of them to placement under police surveillance, exposed them all to vexatious and malicious ridicule and lead more than 700 individuals being interned in concentration camps without due process.

Their “crime”? They we were of Italian ethnicity. Overnight, the designation “converted” them from being valuable members of the Canadian federation to being labeled Fascists, Nazis, Imperialist…

WATCH THE LIVE DISCUSSION IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, CLICK HERE AND PRESS PLAY: https://www.cpac.ca/en/direct/cpac1/

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Via Crucis in a deserted
St. Peter’s Square:
here the live video

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian VATICAN CITY – In a deserted St. Peter’s Square due to the coronavirus emergency, Pope Francis presides over the Via Crucis: on the sides of the churchyard, 13 cardinals and about 250 faithful.

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