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Canada Covid-19 Updates English Featured News Updates Ontario

School, Minister Elliott: “Our weapon is vaccines”

TORONTO – Hope, to eradicate Covid-19 among children, is placed in the vaccine. This was reiterated today – just a day after Pfizer formally asked Health Canada to approve its vaccine for use in children between the ages of five and 11 – by Health Minister Christine Elliott. As soon as the green light arrives, Elliott said clearly, we will be “ready to go”: “We are actively working with public health units to draw up a plan for the administration of the vaccine, we will be ready – as soon as it is approved by Health Canada – to distribute it and make it available to children throughout the province – said the minister – I know that parents are worried but they do not have to be because we will be ready, we are actively working on this and are in the process of finalizing the plan right now.”  (more…)

Canada Editorials English Featured Politics

Federal leaders in identity crisis: the weakness of our ruling class

TORONTO – The elections usually start a new political era: the last chapter of a political season ends and a new phase begins. The federal elections of September 20 is an exception, because they were not able to resolve either the contradictions of a weak government, supported by a fragile minority in the House, nor the ineffectiveness and instability of the opposition, on which Prime Minister in pectore Justin Trudeau built his political fortunes.  (more…)

Canada Culture English Featured News Updates Ontario Show Biz

TIFF 2021: We are trying our best to go back to The Real Normal

TORONTO – There is a gaping hole in front of Roy Thomson Hall. Where there was once a long white pitched-up tent where the media elbowed each other to get a word in edge-wise to famous celebrities as they graced the red carpet, there now stand dog walkers picking up poop in David Pecaut Square. It is quiet. No screaming fans, no flash photography. But all is not lost. (more…)

Canada English Featured News Updates World News

“Canada rescued 2,700 people”, but leaves Kabul. And minister Monsef calls the Taliban “our brothers”

KABUL – More than 2,700 people evacuated by Canadian airplanes, over 500 on Tuesday alone. And it is rushing to rescue other people but time is running out because Canada will also have to withdraw its troops by August 31, the date set by the Taliban for the exit from the country of “all foreigners”.  (more…)

English Filipino Opinion Show Biz

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…)

Canada Community English Gastronomy

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…)
Bengali English The Environment

The ocean, our climate and weather

Toronto, March 23: Today, with World Meteorological Day looming, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has raised the issue of the ocean crisis. Climate change is having an adverse effect on the oceans, that’s for sure. The climate of the ocean is changing rapidly. The warmth of the sea is increasing with the height of the sea level. The wind on the surface of the ocean is becoming terrible. As a result, natural disasters like Tornadoes, cyclones and hurricanes are increasing, those causes loss of life and property. (more…)


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