TORONTO – Ontario schools will remain closed until the end of this school year, and students will have to continue with distance learning. (more…)
Tourism Week in Canada takes place on May 23-30, 2021. It is a week during which the tourism industry in Canada is promoted, ranging from Canada-wide tourism, tourism in provinces, regions, cities, towns, tourism-related attractions are also promoted and opportunities to combine many activities are exposed, using the services of various service providers. (more…)
TORONTO – Ontarians are eager for life to get back to normal. Some enjoyed the warm weather and over the Victoria Day long weekend celebrating the unofficial start of the summer. For thousands of others, including children as young as twelve, it meant standing outside vaccine clinics waiting to get their shot.
Ontarians are eager for life to get back to normal. Some enjoyed the warm weather and over the Victoria Day long weekend celebrating the unofficial start of the summer. For thousands of others, including children as young as twelve, it meant standing outside vaccine clinics waiting to get their shot. (more…)
VERBANIA – It was supposed to be the Sunday of the restart, for Italy, after months of lockdowns and restrictions, but it will remain in the memory of the Italians as a tragic Sunday: yesterday in Piemonte, on mount Mottarone in Verbania, a cable car crashed, making a flight twenty meters and rolling downstream until it ends its death race against some trees. Fourteen victims and only one survivor: a 5-year-old boy who is admitted to the hospital in Turin on a reserved prognosis. (more…)
Toronto residents will not be able to drink a beer in the park this summer, nor in any foreseeable time. (more…)
TRAPANI – Olesya is not Denise. The hope of having found the missing girl from Mazara Del Vallo (Trapani, Italy) on 1 September 2004 lasted a few days. (more…)
With the Spring Break ending, distance learning resumed for students across Ontario today. (more…)
VANCOUVER – Italian restaurateurs in the square today in Vancouver to protest against the sudden closure decided on Monday in British Columbia by the provincial government after the surge in infections last week. (more…)
The $ 180 million acquisition deal for rival Air Transat was cancelled by Air Canada on Friday. (more…)
TORONTO – More than a million doses of covid-19 vaccine, delivered by federal authorities to Ontario health authorities, are ready to be administered but still unused. (more…)
On April 11, animal lovers across the nation celebrated National Pet Day. But, there was not much to celebrate for Donna Cox, founder of North Toronto Cat Rescue (NTCR). Unfortunately, there does not seem to be much love for cats, at least in the city of Vaughan. (more…)
Muhammad Ali Bukhari, CNMNG News
Toronto, March 23: The top Canadian scientists did not support the delay between the two doses of the corona vaccines, which have been used for 4 months in the elderly. Their argument is that there is no specific study, not even a prerequisite for that population. (more…)
Transcript of Video – Summary of Joe Volpe’s Article –
“Your eminence, a lot of things do not make sense”, by the Honourable Joe Volpe, brings to light the disparity between the rights afforded religious institutions and commercial enterprises in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Church has protested feebly to the severe restrictions, while big box stores, supported by the Provincial Cabinet, have been vociferous and unrelenting. The result is that, while large chain stores and outlet malls are now permitted to be open, even crowded, churches and mausoleums remain virtually shuttered. Volpe laments the Cardinal’s inaction, as seen also in recent events surrounding Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Toronto.