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Caribbean Tourism Organization to honour Air Canada, CAL

The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) will honour Air Canada and Caribbean Airlines (CAL) for their decades of service to the Caribbean. The CTO will present awards to the two airlines during Caribbean Week Canada for longstanding service from that market. The organization’s director of USA Inc, Sylma Brown, says the decision to recognize the two Read More

Remembrance Day ceremonies held nationwide to honour Canadian veterans

Ceremonies were held across Canada for Remembrance Day to honour the men and women that fought and died for this country, and those that continue to fight today. In Toronto, a large and diverse crowd gathered at the Cenotaph at Old City Hall. That’s where Mayor John Tory delivered a message, not only to recognize Read More

Black man from US seeks asylum in Canada, citing killings of Blacks at home

A Black American man wants refugee status in Canada because of the police brutality he has experienced in the United States. Kyle Canty has lived in seven American states and he says Canada is not killing black people at the alarming rate seen in the US. Canty appeared in front of the Canadian Immigration and Read More

New PM Trudeau, cabinet ministers sworn in at Rideau Hall

Canada’s new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet were officially sworn in at a ceremony this morning in Ottawa. The Prime Minister arrived at Rideau Hall with a 30-member Liberal cabinet; half of them are women, and 7 are from ridings in the GTA. For the first time ever, the public was invited to Read More

National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation opens up in Winnipeg

The grand opening of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation was held today in Winnipeg. The centre is based at the University of Manitoba and serves as a permanent home for archives related to Canada’s residential school system curated by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). The aim is to gain more insight into Read More

Ontario unveils new guidelines for police carding

New measures have been announced to set tighter limits on carding practices by Ontario’s police forces. Community Safety Minister Yasir Naqvi made the announcement at Queen’s Park today, saying that officers cannot stop people randomly based on their appearance or their home neighbourhood. If someone is being stopped, police must tell them that the stop Read More

Canadian diplomat Ken Taylor remembered in funeral

A funeral was held today for Ken Taylor, the former Canadian ambassador to Iran. He was most well known for his role in helping to free six Americans during the Iran hostage crisis in 1979. In attendance were family, friends, and dignitaries, who gathered at Timothy Eaton Memorial Church. Taylor died of cancer on October Read More

Guyana welcomes Canada’s help in justice system reform

Canada is being lauded for its efforts to assist Guyana in improving that country’s criminal justice system. A team from the Vancouver-based Justice Education Society went to Guyana earlier this year to run training sessions for members of the justice sector. Speaking at a business forum in Brampton, Guyana’s National Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan is Read More

Premier Wynne warns of penalties if no deal with striking teachers is reached

The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) is facing an ultimatum from the provincial government. Premier Kathleen Wynne says the school boards requested a letter of consent so they could respond to the ongoing job action. The premier is giving a deadline of November 1 for government to give consent. She says if no deal Read More

Ontario government moves to end police carding

The Ontario legislature has unanimously passed a motion to make the controversial practice of random police carding illegal by this winter. Community Safety Minister Yasir Naqvi made the announcement at Queen’s Park, calling arbitrary street checks discriminatory and unacceptable. A debate on the matter was sparked by New Democrat MPP Jagmeet Singh, who put forth Read More

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