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Guelph woman with ties to Ethiopian community missing for two months

An Ethiopian woman who has been missing for nearly two months has the community and police puzzled with her disappearance. 39 year old Seble Dietrich, was last seen July 10 leaving her home and driving to her business, a coffee shop called Sidamo Café in downtown Guelph. Police say  she was driving her 1999 red Read More

Ottawa cleaning company mistaken for another caught up in discrimination case

It’s a huge case of mistaken identity. An Ottawa based business says its been receiving hate mail because its name is similar to the company that was charged with discrimination by Ontario’s Human Rights Tribunal. The owner of Ottawa Valley Carpet Cleaning, George Monsour, says his company has nothing to do with Ottawa Valley Cleaning Read More

Federal multiculturalism minister hit with racist remarks

Canada’s multiculturalism minister was the target of racist comments while at a tennis court in Ottawa recently. Minister of State for Multiculturalism Tim Uppal tweeted about the incident saying, “A woman leaving the tennis court looked at me and my wife and said ‘Are they members? Why can’t they play in the day – they Read More

Migrant worker speaks on alleged harsh conditions before dying in Quebec farm

The death of a temporary foreign worker at a farm in Quebec is raising questions about the quality of working conditions for migrants. Ivan Guerrero, who came to Canada from Mexico, had drowned while working at the farm in the town of Ormstown in May, but police considered his death to be an accident. After Read More

Ottawa cleaning company forced to pay in racism case

An Ottawa company has been ordered to pay thousands to a man they refused to hire because he was black. Ontario’s Human Rights Tribunal ordered Ottawa Valley Cleaning and Restoration to pay Malek Bouraoui 8,000 dollars for saying they only hire white men. The court heard Bouraoui applied for the job and received a call Read More

Vandalized statue of Oscar Peterson in Ottawa restored

A bronze sculpture of legendary Canadian jazz pianist Oscar Peterson looks like new after hoodlums vandalized it on Tuesday. Surveillance footage of the National Arts Centre in Ottawa shows two people with a spray can, spraying his eyes. When discovered by the centre, his eyes were sprayed gold. The footage has been handed over to Read More

Toronto woman identified as innocent bystander in fatal Calgary shooting

A Toronto woman was killed when multiple gunshots were fired outside of a Calgary bar. Witnesses say Natasha Mohamad Farah was an innocent bystander when she was hit by a stray bullet. She had gone out with friends to “socialize, have a few drinks and head home,” said acting Staff Sergeant Michael Cavilla. “Natasha was Read More

Burger King makes official deal with Tim Hortons

Burger King has officially bought popular Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons in an 11 billion dollar deal. The deal is expected to boost the operations of both companies while continuing to function as independent brands and could create the world’s third largest fast-food company. The merger is really a combined company to be based at Read More

Manitoba First Nations community calls for inquiry into crimes against Aboriginal females

A week after a 15 year old Aboriginal girl’s body was pulled out of a river in Winnipeg, the community is demanding a national inquiry into the thousands of missing or murdered Aboriginal women. The family of Tina Fontaine gathered Saturday near a Manitoba First Nation to remember the teen that was stolen from them. Read More

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