TORONTO – Violence occurs in four out of ten schools in Toronto. And nearly three-quarters of principals and vice principals say they are finding it increasingly difficult to manage student behavior, with many of them expressing concern about an increase in violence. (more…)
TORONTO – Italy of the future is here. A multi-ethnic, multicultural Italy which struggles to emerge in the “Belpaese” but has found its ideal, natural dimension in Toronto. The proof is the group “Italians in Toronto Events” (Italiani a Toronto Eventi) which for a decade has been a reality made up of meetings and events for young Italians in Toronto. (more…)
TORONTO – Crews continue to work tirelessly to try to restore electricity to more than 200,000 customers across Ontario after a storm hit the province on Saturday, killing at least 10 people.
TORONTO – When it comes to pursuing post secondary education, typically, most people focus on academics. However, campus life and the world beyond also factor into one’s choice in their post secondary education journey. For many, it may also mean moving to a new city or town. With that in mind, Mississauga, comes in as one of the top ten university cities in Canada.
TORONTO – There are the very first signs of a settling of the peak of the wave of Covid-19 “featuring” Omicron, which could be preparatory to the descent of the curve. (more…)
TORONTO – Record numbers for Covid-19 in Canada: both Ontario and Quebec today recorded the highest number of cases in a single day since the start of the pandemic: 5,790 for Ontario and 9,397 for Quebec. (more…)
Covid in Ontario, over ten thousand active cases. Quebec close to two thousand a day, Alberta breathes
TORONTO – The surge in infections already recorded last week in Ontario shows no sign of decreasing: today the province reported 1,476 new cases of Covid-19 and 8 deaths. Infections were 1,607 on Saturday (the high number in seven months) and on Friday 1,452. The seven-day moving average of daily cases is now 1,236 (Saturday it was 1,194, a week ago 761). (more…)
TORONTO – The number of Ontario schools closed due to the Covid-19 outbreak has reached double digits for the first time since the beginning of this school year. Following the decision to transfer the students of Grenoble Public School, which is located in the Flemingdon Park neighborhood, to distance learning as of today, 10 schools in Ontario are now closed. The decision to suspend face-to-face classes was taken after at least 15 students tested positive for the virus within a few days. (more…)
Co łączy tańczącą striperkę w maseczce z Ramadanem, Netflixem, kupującym marihuanę, siłownią, koszulką z Amazona i kościołem polskiego pastora Artura Pawłowskiego w Calgary?
W poniedziałek na wolność wyszedł polski pastor w Calgary, Artur Pawłowski, który w sobotę był aresztowany za (more…)
Professional Development Opportunities in Canada. An overview of the ten most influential Hispanics
Do you have plans to live in Canada? The Facebook group Study Work Live En El Exterior invites today April 8, at 11:30 am, to listen to some of the most influential Hispanics in Canada, among which are Elvira Sánchez de Malicki, founder and former president of the Canadian Hispanic Congress; the lawyer Fernando García; the film director Norma Weis and Bernardo Riveros, international director of Strategies at Global University Systems.
The objective of the Facebook group is to inform about destinations, academic programs and institutions that may be of interest to students from LATAM and other regions.
Here the link for registration: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-Q-Q9-AWQNOhmJIYuKZzuw