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Nobel Peace Prize: Isang Panandaling Saglit na Nagbigay ng Kaginhawaan

Isang Panandaling Saglit na Nagbigay ng Kaginhawahan Habang ang Pangatlong Taon nitong Pandemya ay Palapit Na Nung nakaraang buwan, habang ang Canada ay unang nakakarinig ng Omricon, isang variant na nadiskubre ng mga siyentipiko sa South Africa, isang panandaling saglit na nagbigay ng kaginhawahan ang aking naranasan sa gitna nitong pandemya. 


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Nobel Peace Prize: A Feel-Good Moment

A Feel-Good Moment as We Enter the Third Year into This Pandemic. Last month, as Canada was hearing about omricon for the first time, I had a moment of pause from all the COVID 19 stories and reports which were unsettling. I was up at seven in the morning of December 10, 2021 to watch the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo, Norway. Recipients of this award went jointly to Dmitry Muratov of Russia and Maria Ressa of the Philippines for “their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression which is a precondition for democracy and lasting peace”. 


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School, there is no peace: protest and Covid-19 cases on the rise

TORONTO – The news that in the coming weeks there would be cuts to the teaching staff of the Toronto Caholic District School Board (TCDSB) to parents just did not go down. Today, a group of mothers and fathers of the students of the schools of the Catholic Board organized a protest that started in front of the Saint Pius X Catholic School which is located near Jane and Bloor Street.  (more…)

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Justice of the Peace, Delano Vasquez Europa

Delano Europa ay nakapagtapos nang bilang isang mang ba batas na digree sa San Beda College sa Pilipinas noon 1970. Bago siya magimigrate sa Kanada Delano Europa ay mambabatas nang 13 taon sa Pilipinas. Siya ang munisipio korte husgado. Siya ay kinilalang at binigyan nang plaqueng karagalan bilang isa sa sampung pinakamabilis na mag litis sa buong Pilipinas. Siya ay isang batas na guro nang 17 taon sa St. MaryUnibersidad sa probinsia nang Nueva Viscaya. (more…)

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Honourable Delano Velasquez Europa – Justice of the Peace

Delano Europa is a graduate of Bachelor of Law degree at San Beda college Philippines in 1970. Before immigrating to Canada Delano Europa is a law practitioner for 13 years in the Philippines. He is a municipal trial Court Judge. He was recognized and awarded a plaque as one of the top ten fastest deciding judge in the Philippines. He is also a law instructor for 17 years at St. Mary’s University in the province of Nueva Vizcaya. (more…)

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India has given Gandhi Peace Prize to Bangabandhu of Bangladesh

Muhammad Ali Bukhari, CNMNG News

Toronto, March 22: Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman has been awarded the Gandhi Peace Prize 2020. The award was announced by the Indian Ministry of Culture this Monday afternoon. It is evident that this award was given to Bangabandhu in recognition of his contribution to the social, economic and political transition of the country by liberating Bangladesh, inspired by the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi. (more…)

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Italians and Canadians together
teaching peace to students

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian PALERMO – Italians and Canadians together for “peace, security and prosperity”, as stated in the title of the 1st forum held – in webinar – in recent days in Sicily (Italy) to preserve the memory of the fallen of all parties in conflict during Operation “Husky” in July 1943, which saw the First Canadian Division engaged in Sicily – together with the Allies. (more…)

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