Tag: national

Canada English Health & Medicine Language

National Nursing Week 2021 highlights the role of these Canadian health professionals

#WeAnswerTheCall is this year’s theme

CNA’s National Nursing Week digital poster

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…)

Bengali Business & Economy English

Freeland says Corona pandemic provides an opportunity for ‘national child care’

Chrystia Freeland Official Portrait/ Portrait officiel
Ottawa, ONTARIO, Canada on 20 November, 2019.
© HOC-CDC
Credit: Mélanie Provencher, House of Commons Photo Services

Toronto, April 9: Yesterday, Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said in a conversation with former Minister Ken Dryden that the current government’s corona recovery plan has provided an opportunity to fulfill a long-standing commitment to ‘child care’. (more…)

Community English

Corriere Canadese is in the final stages of developing a Canadian National Multilingual News Group (CNMNG).

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…)


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