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Canada Interviews Italian Politics

MP Schulte non si lascia abbattere dai problemi di salute

TORONTO – Il governo federale sembra pronto a convocare elezioni durante una pandemia. Non importa quando arriva quella chiamata, i membri dei partiti politici e le loro squadre sono sempre pronti. La situazione non è diversa per l’onorevole Deb Schulte, membro del Parlamento per King-Vaughan e Ministro degli anziani. In previsione di quella chiamata alle elezioni, il Corriere Canadese ha parlato con il ministro Schulte per affrontare alcune questioni chiave per i canadesi… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

Canada English Featured Interviews Politics

MP Schulte undeterred by health issues

The federal government appears poised to call for an election during a pandemic. No matter when that call comes, political party members and their teams stand at the ready.

The situation is no different for the Honourable Deb Schulte, Member of Parliament for King-Vaughan and Minister of Seniors. In anticipation of that call to election, the Corriere Canadese spoke with Minister Schulte to address some key issues for Canadians.

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Canada History Podcasts & Videos Politics Spanish

Deb Schulte: “Un momento histórico apasionante”

article by Mariella Policheni, translation and video by Lisa Picerno

El tan esperado perdón oficial finalmente ha terminado. Ayer, como prometió en 2019, el primer ministro canadiense, Justin Trudeau, pidió disculpas a los italo-canadienses por el internamiento sufrido en la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Más de 600 Italo-canadienses fueron internados después de que Italia declarara la guerra a los Aliados en 1940, mientras que 31.000 perdidos fueron reportados como “enemigos extranjeros”. (more…)

Canada English History

Internment of Canadians of Italian descent, Deb Schulte: “An exciting historical moment”

The long-awaited official apology has finally arrived. Today, as promised in 2019, the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, apologized to the Italian-Canadians for the internment suffered in World War II. More than 600 Italian-Canadians were interned after Italy declared war on the Allies in 1940, while 31,000 people were reported as “foreign enemies”. (more…)


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