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RINJ: Canada Should Release Sabrina Meng Wanzhou

The RINJ Foundation Women, a Canadian-based Civil Society women's group is urging Canada not to be duped by an American ploy to attack the women cherished by its enemy in its Cold War on China.

Canada Should Release Sabrina Meng Wanzhou

Inadmissible Patrons Program launches in Surrey

The Surrey RCMP, together with the City of Surrey, BC Restaurant and Food Services Association (BCRFA) and Restaurants Canada, are launching the Inadmissible Patrons Program (IPP) in Surrey this week to further support public safety and deter individuals who are associated to violent crime from being in Surrey.

Landmark survey may help prevent sex trafficking

Study reveals parents have a critical window of time to educate their daughters about the risks of online luring and sex trafficking.

Loi resserrant l’encadrement du cannabis : les propriétaires de logement seront touchés de façon négative par ces modifications

L'Association des Propriétaires du Québec (APQ) prend connaissance du projet de loi 2, Loi resserrant l'encadrement du cannabis, et constate que Monsieur Lionel Carmant, Ministre délégué à la Santé et aux Services sociaux, veut :

An Aquaculture Act for Canada

Canada's Fisheries and Aquaculture Ministers approve legislative development of an an Aquaculture Act in Canada.

Leap into the Spirit of the Season and become a ‘Holiday Helper’ for Streets Alive Mission

Leap into the Spirit of the Season and become a 'Holiday Helper' for Streets Alive Mission

Gardewine Back On The Rails As Hudson Bay Railway Reopens

First regular shipments expected between Thompson and Churchill, Manitoba the week of December 10th.

Local Feel Good Holiday Story Idea for Dec 6th

JB Owen, Founder and CEO of Lotus Liners is thrilled to be collaborating with local charity, Emma House, to provide women with the gift many of us take for granted.

Unity Charity presents 2nd Annual Hip Hop Charity Party

Unity Charity is proud to present the 2nd Annual Hip Hop Charity Party on January 17, 2019 at Revival.

Living Wage for Families Campaign reaches 130 employers across BC

The Living Wage for Families Campaign has certified eight more Living Wage Employers from across British Columbia. More than 130 BC employers have now been certified as Living Wage Employers, representing over 19,000 staff and contractors who are earning a decent wage in their communities.

Phase 2 of Accreditation & AGM Announcement

December 3rd, 2018 on International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the Community Wholeness Centre (CWC Barrie) is pleased to announce that they are now in Phase 2 of the accreditation process of becoming the 26th Independent Living Centre under the National Umbrella Organization of Independent Living Canada.

Island Fringe Festival now accepting applications for the 2019 edition

Applications are now being accepted for Prince Edward Island's 2019 Island Fringe Festival. A favourite of locals and visitors alike, the site-specific Festival runs August 1-4, 2019 and features ten shows in downtown Charlottetown.

Happy Nunatsiavut Day

The Government of Nunatsiavut wishes all Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claim Agreement a happy Nunatsiavut Day this Saturday, December 1. Nunatsiavut Day acknowledges the effective date of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement, which came into effect in 2005.

Manitoba community foundations raise more than $1 million during this year’s 24-Hour Giving Challenge

Each qualifying $5 gift was worth $7 thanks to stretch funding from The Winnipeg Foundation and the Manitoba government.

Hate Crimes Targeting Muslims in Canada Up 151% in 2017, According to New Data

Statistics Canada data released today shows stark increases in hate crimes against most racial, religious and other minority groups.

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