Evaluation of a Canadian-funded project for ethnic women in Lai Chau | Company

Photo: baodantoc.vn Lai Chau (VNA) – A meeting was held in the mountainous province of Lai Chau (north) on September 21 to discuss the local implementation of the project “Advancing Women’s Economic Empowerment in Vietnam – AWEEV” funded by Canada. This hybrid meeting was jointly organized by the Lai Chau Provincial People’s Committee, the Canadian … Read more

Canada should reopen the door to the unvaccinated at the end of September

Alain Chest September 21, 2022 September 21, 2022 The Canadian press indicates that reflections are underway to reopen the borders to the unvaccinated in Canada. Meanwhile Biden has declared the outbreak over… The Canadian federal government is considering removing the vaccination requirement to travel to Canada. A decision should be made very soon. The vast … Read more

Pierre Poilievre at the head of the CPC, the Conservatives finally have a “real” leader (Opinion)

AA /Montreal / Hatem Kattou The previous week in Canada was marked, politically, by a series of events of disparate importance, particularly with regard to the death of the Head of State, Queen Elizabeth II of England, who occupied this honorary position at the head of this constitutional monarchy for 70 years, and the resignation … Read more

what business to start in Quebec?

OUR ADVICES – With a diversified economy oriented towards sectors with high growth potential, Québec offers a place of choice on the Canadian scene and a gateway to the North American market. This article is taken from Special Figaro “From East to West – Living in Canada why not you?” This issue offers you to … Read more

France will not extradite to Canada Joannes Rivoire, a French priest accused of sexual assault

France announced Tuesday that it will not extradite to Canada Joannes Rivoire, a French priest accused of sexually assaulting young Inuit in the 1960s. The French Ministry of Justice unsurprisingly told a delegation of Inuit, who came to Paris to support this request, that he refused the extradition, requested by Canada. Joannes Rivoire, who resides … Read more

$25 million in additional humanitarian assistance from Canada

AA / Montreal / Hatem Kattou Canada announced on Tuesday the granting of new humanitarian aid, of at least $25 million, to Pakistan, which has experienced the worst flooding in its recent history. This is what emerges from a press release posted on the website of the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and from a … Read more

Police officer killed in shooting in Canada

A police officer was killed and at least two people are in hospital Monday (September 12) following broad daylight shootings in the Toronto area, police and local media said. The main suspect was arrested after fleeing in a stolen vehicle, regional police added, citing two shootings. “One person was pronounced dead at the scene and … Read more