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Soccer World Cup 2026: matches in Toronto and Vancouver, Edmonton out

TORONTO – The city of Toronto has been chosen as one of the 16 sites for the 2026 World Cup to be held in Canada, USA and Mexico: Fifa announced it yesterday, at the end of a long selection among 22 candidate cities. Vancouver is the only other Canadian city chosen to host the games. Edmonton, included on the list of potential sites, didn’t make it. 

After all, the slice of the “cake” reserved for Canada was small: only 10 of the 80 games scheduled. Ten (10) were also reserved for Mexico, while the United States took the lion’s share with 60 games that will be played in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami, New York / New Jersey. Monterrey, Guadalajara and Mexico City are the cities chosen for Mexico. (more…)

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Non solo Covid: pronto soccorso ’sold out’

TORONTO – Di tutto, di più: lesioni, traumi, e pure virus (Covid-19 a parte). Gli ospedali dell’Ontario – e non solo – sono di nuovo sotto assedio ma questa volta non per la pandemia, bensì per altri motivi: dall’influenza stagionale alle ferite che le persone (soprattutto giovani), tornate “libere” dopo due anni di restrizioni, si procurano in svariati modi… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Not only Covid: emergency rooms ‘sold out’ in Ontario

TORONTO – Everything: injuries, trauma and even viruses (Covid-19 aside). Ontario hospitals are again under siege, this time not due the pandemic but for other reasons: from the seasonal flu to injuries (especially young people, returned “free” after two years of restrictions). The situation is similar in all hospitals in the country: records of emergency room visits and beds “sold out”.  (more…)

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Italy – North Macedonia 0-1: Azzurri out of the World Cup

PALERMO – Italy defeated 0-1 by North Macedonia in the playoff semifinal for access to the 2022 World Cup: the Azzurri therefore remain sensationally out of the top international competition for the second consecutive edition. Mancini’s team dominated for over 90 ‘, wasting a lot. And it was punished in the 92nd minute by a great goal from Trajkovski. The Macedonians will now play for a place in Qatar in the final against Portugal who defeated Turkey 3-1 in the other semifinal.

(Pic from Azzurri’s Twitter profile)

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Ontario, intensive care below four hundred. Rapid tests in Quebec: out of 80 thousand, 62,000 are positive

TORONTO – The number of patients with Covid-19 in intensive care in Ontario drops below four hundred for the first time in 2022: today, in fact, the number of people in ICU was 394. And the total number of people in the hospital still falls: 1,369 today, compared to 1,540 on Sunday.  (more…)

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Ontario, ogni giorno quasi 15mila contagi. “Black out” dei dati in molte province

TORONTO – Anche ieri l’Ontario ha registrato un numero altissimo di contagi: 13.578. Sempre tantissimi, anche se in calo rispetto ai 16.714 di domenica e 18.445 di sabato. Adesso la media mobile di casi giornalieri calcolata su sette giorni è pari a 14.074: una settimana fa era quasi la metà, 7.550. I casi attivi e noti in Ontario sono ora 136.860… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Why Pakistan opted out of Prez Biden’s Summit for Democracy?

As China and Bangladesh were not invited to the US President Joe Biden’s Summit for Democracy, Pakistan did not join being invited. Apparently Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan did not receive any phone call since President Biden has taken office. The Pakistan government has chosen not participate, but Wednesday Islamabad said that it was “thankful” to the US government for the invite. This summit is being held for the first time on 8-10 December, with countries participating virtually.  (more…)

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Taliban, ultimatum to the US: “Out”. But the Panjshir resists

KABUL – Winds of war blow over Afghanistan again. According to the Taliban, the “foreign occupation” (US and UK) must end and as of today there is a date: 31 August. “It’s a red line. President Joe Biden has announced that on August 31 the US will withdraw all its military forces. So if they decide on an extension it will mean they will be extending the occupation while there is no need”, Suhail Shaheen, spokesman for the Taliban, told Sky News. And then he added: “If the United States or the United Kingdom take longer to continue the transfers, the answer is ‘no’. Or there would be consequences”. (more…)

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Groups call on Canada to phase out its immigrant detention system

In a joint report, human rights organizations denounced abuses in Canadian detention centers and prisons, and noted discrimination against people with mental discapacities. Human Rights Watch (HRW) and Amnesty International assure that the conditions faced by many migrants, who after fleeing their country and requesting protection in Canada, “are regularly handcuffed and kept with little or no contact with the outside world.” (more…)

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What do we do with trespassers? Throw them out

TORONTO – When the trustees at the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) told the Cardinal to “stick it in his ear” they touched off a firestorm of rejection, local and beyond. The public would seem to object to their religious and legal rights being usurped by entry-level politicos. A blogger from far-away Texas […] (more…)

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What do we do with trespassers? Throw them out

TORONTO – When the trustees at the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) told the Cardinal to “stick it in his ear” they touched off a firestorm of rejection, local and beyond. The public would seem to object to their religious and legal rights being usurped by entry-level politicos. A blogger from far away Texas has initiated an online petition calling for the ouster of these “pretenders”. (more…)

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Covid deaths in Canada, out of 24,402 only 400 under 50

TORONTO – Covid-19 in Canada has claimed more lives among older people, while contagion has affected all demographics in the country. The further confirmation comes from the latest data recorded by health-infobase.canada.ca, where the development of the epidemiological curve in Canada and the various provinces is monitored through the control of the main indicators such as the number of people infected, hospitalizations, intensive care admissions and deaths. (more…)

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Covid out of control, today Ford will announce new restrictions

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian TORONTO – New restrictions on the way to curb the surge in Covid-19 infections. The Provincial Government of Ontario could today announce the new crackdown, in the face of an epidemiological curve that has returned to run strongly in the last 10 days, with the new daily cases above 2 thousand for a week and with intensive care admissions marking the new record since the beginning of the pandemic. (more…)

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Pope to “Counter-Culture Catholics”: are you in or out?

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian TORONTO – Even if you are the Pope, you can go from hero to goat faster than a superstar who misses scoring a goal on an empty net. Fair-weather friends abound. (more…)

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