Argentinian Captain Messi, Chases Elusive World Cup Championship
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Argentinian Captain Messi, Chases Elusive World Cup Championship

Qatar World Cup Finals Set, defending champions France, Versus Lionel Messi’s Argentina. The Argentinian team held off a valiant effort by the cinderella team of the tournament Morocco. The first Arab and African nation to reach a World Cup semifinal. Argentina striker Lionel Messi is a contender for the Golden Boot after scoring five goals Read More…

New York Commits $25 billion, To Build Affordable Housing
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New York Commits $25 billion, To Build Affordable Housing

100,000 affordable homes will be created across New York, including 10,000 with support services for vulnerable populations, plus the electrification of an additional 50,000 homes. Governor Kathy Hochul and Mayor Eric Adams today announced the groundbreaking of Logan Fountain, a mixed-use project developed under the 2016 East New York rezoning that will transform a defunct Read More…

Sweeping Changes Proposal For Canada Employment Insurance
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Sweeping Changes Proposed To Canada’s Employment Insurance

The Bill will be aimed at creating an Employment Insurance Board Of Appeals On December 14, the Canadian government introduced legislation amending the Ministry of Employment and Social Development Act and related changes to other acts to create the new Appeals Division for the Employment Insurance Agency.  “This is another step towards ensuring that Canadians Read More…

U.K. Passengers To Benefit From Biggest Airport Security Changes In Decades
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U.K. Passengers To Benefit From Biggest Airport Security Changes In Decades

Rules about taking liquids and large electrical items through airport security to change. The rules around taking liquids and large electrical items through airport security are set to change by 2024 with the installation of new technology at major airports across the UK.  Over the next two years, most major airports will introduce cutting-edge systems into their Read More…

Former City Councillor Kevin Klein Wins Kirkfield By-Election
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Former City Councillor Kevin Klein Wins Kirkfield By-Election

Klein will fill the vacated seat left by Scott Fielding Former Winnipeg City Councillor and Mayoral candidate Kevin Klein win the Kirkfield by-election, nearly beating our N.D.P. candidate Logan Oxenham. The seat became vacant earlier in the year when Scott Field, a former City Councillor, had tendered his resignation. With a voter turnout of 36.48%, Read More…

Charles Sousa, Wins Mississauga-Lakeshore By-Election
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Charles Sousa, Wins Mississauga-Lakeshore By-Election

Sousa wins with a record-low voter turnout of only 26% to fill the vacant seat left by held by Sven Spengemann Former Ontario Liberal Finance Minister in the Kathleen Wynne Government, Charles Sousa, wins vacated Liberal seat in the highly contested by-election for Mississauga-Lakeshore. Before Sousa’s victory, the seat had been held by Sven Spengemann Read More…

Putin's War Will Lead To His Ultimate Demise
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Putin’s War Will Lead To His Ultimate Demise

The longer the war prolongs, the less likely Putin is to prevail Russia’s undeterred war in Ukraine and the Western reaction to it have shown Vladimir Putin that the condition of democracy in Europe, and much of the world, is stronger than he believes. President Vladimir Putin’s vast craving for power is likely a critical Read More…

France Issuing Free Condoms As STD Rates Rise
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France Issuing Free Condoms As STD Rates Rise

Free condoms will be available for people between 18 and 25 years old amid rising Std rates The rise of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in France has set off alarm bells in the country, causing the enactment of a new law to address the crisis head-on. Emmanuel Macron announced Friday that from January 2022, condoms Read More…

Jim Carr, Former Libera Cabinet Minister, Dies at 71
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Jim Carr, Former Liberal Cabinet Minister, Dies at 71

Carr has lost a long battle with myeloma Cancer Jim Carr, former Cabinet Minister, loses battle with myeloma Cancer after a long and courageous fight. Carr, the former journalist and musician, had represented Winnipeg South Centre since 2015 and was re-elected in 2019.  “As a dedicated elected official, business and community leader in Manitoba for Read More…

Where Does Canada Rank Among The World Democracies?
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Where Does Canada Rank Among The World Democracies?

According to The Democracy Index, Canada ranks 12 among democratic nations Canada has one of the most robust democracies in the world, according to the annual rankings. As it has done since the first Democracy Index edition in 2006, Canada ranks as North America’s best democracy. The Index categorizes Canada as a full democracy, one Read More…

New Law In Indonesia, Makes Cheating Punishable By Imprisonment
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New Law In Indonesia, Makes Cheating Punishable By Imprisonment

Indonesia criminalizes adultery, and anyone convicted faces up to a year in Jail Indonesia’s Government has approved a landmark overhaul to the country’s criminal code, meaning that pre-marital sexual activity will now be considered a felony. Under the new criminal code, those having sex before marriage can face a maximum sentence of one year in Read More…

South Africa Welcomes Calls for Public Sex Worker Bill
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South Africa Welcomes Calls for Public Sex Worker Bill

The CGE has always maintained that the criminalisation of sex work goes against the human rights of sex-workers in South Africa The Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) welcomes the announcement by the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Ronald Lamola, that the Sex Work Bill is open for public comments. This marks significant progress towards Read More…

Uk Holds First Public Parole Hearing Following Government Reforms
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Uk Holds First Public Parole Hearing Following Government Reforms

The first public parole hearing in UK history is set to go ahead today following reforms to increase transparency and improve victims’ experience of the parole system. Convicted murderer Russell Causley, who killed his wife Carole Packman in 1985, will become the first prisoner to have a public parole hearing after the government lifted the Read More…

Is It A Big Deal If No Snow Falls On Christmas Day?
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Is It A Big Deal If No Snow Falls On Christmas Day?

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow, or opt for a Christmas in the Caribbean The old Farmers Almanac predicted that a wide area of the country would likely receive snow over Christmas. According to several meteorologists, long-range prediction, Christmas week will probably be snowy across large parts of North America this year. Read More…

Canadian Premiers Demand More Money From Federal Government
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Canadian Premiers Demand More Money From Federal Government

Premiers are asking for an increase in federal transfer payments from 22% to 35% Today Canada’s Premiers are meeting in Winnipeg, Manitoba, to demand more dollars from the federal government in healthcare transfers. The Premiers are insisting more money is needed to address the rising cost of administering care to Canadians but want the funding Read More…

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Senator Sinema Quits Democrats To Sit As An Independent

Sinema’s leaving opens the door for a Democratic challenger to run against her in 2024 Today, Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema announced she had left the U.S. Democratic Party to sit as an independent Senator as it is in the best interest of Arizonans. With Senator Warnock’s win in Georgia, however, she has lost her leverage Read More…

Is The World Ready For A.I Journalism?
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Is The World Ready For A.I Journalism?

What many readers may not have noticed is that A.I technology has gotten so advanced, it is hard to distinguish an article written by a human or A.I Artificial intelligence (A.I.) is already being used in journalism, and its use is only growing. By automating mundane tasks such as fact-checking and data analysis, A.I. can Read More…

2022, The Year Of Political Coups, Thwarted And Successful
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2022, The Year Of Political Coups, Thwarted And Successful

There is no shortage of extremist groups and anti-government establishments wanting to over through democratically elected governments 2022 has seen more political coup attempts to over through elected governments than in recent years. From US January six insurrections to the thwarting of far-right extremists in Germany and, most recently, the arrest of Peru’s President trying Read More…

Feds Commit $1.2M To Address Mental Health In Asian Communities
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Feds Commit $1.2M To Address Mental Health In Asian Communities

Stats Canada reported approximately 23% of women in B.C have reported symptoms of Post-Partum Depression Today, Wilson Miao, Member of Parliament for Richmond Centre, announced the awarding of $1.2 million to promote mental health in postpartum women and their families within Asian and South Asian immigrant communities. The COVID-19 pandemic has had significant adverse impacts Read More…

When Job Hunting Your Image is Everything (Part 1)
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When Job Hunting Your Image is Everything (Part 1)

This column is the first of a 2-part series discussing an aspect that most job seekers ignore, the image they project to employers. Part 1: Getting noticed is your image’s job. “Image is everything. You don’t spare any expense to create the right image. And word of mouth is critical. Once you get a good reputation, Read More…

Canadian Government Commits $8.9M To Indigenous Sports
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Canadian Government Commits $8.9M To Indigenous Sports

The funds will be used to fund a series of social development within Indigenous communities across the country Sports have always been the event that transcends barriers globally, racially and ethnically. It is a common bond that unites a community and a country, therefore making it imperative governments at all levels provide adequate funding to Read More…

Canada's Extremely Cold Winters Are Not For The Faint Of Heart
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Canada’s Extremely Cold Winters Are Not For The Faint Of Heart

Canadian winters are long, dry and can be extremely cold With good reason, Canada is often called the Great White North: the winters are snowy and icy. Canada has some of the worst winter weather of any country on earth. Canadians all over the country may experience extreme weather conditions with the chill, which may Read More…