Tag: Canada
almost 2 years ago
thestar.com

Is Canada about to close the door on Afghans looking to flee the Taliban?

Advocacy groups say they fear the federal government is set to close its intake of at-risk Afghans as Canada inches i...

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about 2 years ago
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Opinion | The victory for the Canadian men’s soccer team, after ‘a tough week,’ was in playing th...

The focus has been on everything but the game. Head coach John Herdman has to hope the team’s hard work doesn’t slip ...

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about 2 years ago
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‘It’s amazing in a sad way’: Handgun sales are ‘insane’ after Ottawa unveiled plan to ban them, s...

A week after the federal government proposed to freeze handgun sales and bring in tougher measures to curb illegal gu...

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about 2 years ago
glasgowworld.com

Panic! At the Disco Glasgow concert 2023: presale, how to get tickets and tour dates

Panic! At the Disco will be making a return to the UK in 2023.

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about 2 years ago
glasgowworld.com

Panic! At the Disco Glasgow concert 2023: presale, how to get tickets and tour dates

Panic! At the Disco will be making a return to the UK in 2023.

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about 2 years ago
glasgowworld.com

Panic! At the Disco Glasgow concert 2023: presale, how to get tickets and tour dates

Panic! At the Disco will be making a return to the UK in 2023.

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about 2 years ago
liverpoolworld.uk

Michael Smith: St Helens pro-darter who won the PDC US Darts Masters in New York

Bully Boy continued his great form as he toppled the challenge of three-time world champion Michael van Gerwen to win...

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

A step onto a practice field is just the first step to ending Canadian soccer dispute

“Questions have yet to be answered, and actions have yet to be taken,” men’s team says of its dispute with Canada Soc...

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about 2 years ago
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Opinion | Canada Soccer and its players were supposed to be preparing for the World Cup. They wer...

The men’s national team is on strike, questioning the leadership of Canada Soccer, seeking a better share of the mone...

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about 2 years ago
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‘For us, our family is everything’: Canada looks to ease family reunification, amid frustrations ...

A new bill before the Parliament would allow parent or grandparent who applies for a temporary resident visa to get p...

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Opinion | Men’s national team stays off the field after rejecting Canada Soccer pitch

The off-again, on-again Vancouver friendly is put at risk as players, organization fight over World Cup money.

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about 2 years ago
sunderlandecho.com

Sunderland chief explains key benefits behind under-23 tour to Canada

Sunderland Under-23s are off to Canada this summer for a 10-day pre-season tour.

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

They’ve lost 14 years as they’ve fought to be together in Canada — anguish compounded by the deat...

Togolese-Canadian Bernadin Kossi Ben Djikounou has been trying to reunite with his wife, but they’ve been stymied by ...

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Opinion | Why Justin Trudeau’s handgun crackdown has a familiar ring

There has been a lot of talk about the scourge of handguns from Justin Trudeau and his Liberals. But ridding them fro...

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about 2 years ago
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Canada has quickly rolled out the welcome mat to displaced Ukrainians but the real job has just s...

‘They’re not here as tourists. They’re not here as temporary foreign workers. They’re not here as refugees in a legal...

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about 2 years ago
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‘I was very isolated’: Report documents Hispanic students’ alienation in Ontario

New study finds Hispanic students in Ontario do not see themselves represented by teachers and peers, and many report...

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about 2 years ago
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Opinion | Canada’s feel-good soccer story doesn’t feel so good with a friendly against Iran

There are tactical reasons for hosting the Iranians before the World Cup, but there are political reasons for not doi...

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about 2 years ago
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Canada’s inflation rate expected to rise when April’s numbers are announced Wednesday

The inflation numbers for April will be out at 8:30 a.m. and the index is expected to continue on its upward trajectory.

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about 2 years ago
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Canadian businesses bankruptcies surge — and some fear this is just the beginning

Canadian business failures jumped 34% year-over-year as government aid was cut off. The question now is whether they ...

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about 2 years ago
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Why one refugee has spent six months waiting for Canada to OK his trip to see his wife and children

With the global pandemic under control and the easing of public health and travel restrictions, critics say Ottawa ne...

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about 2 years ago
shieldsgazette.com

Minder, Bloody Mary and Steve Coogan: another 11 weekend quiz questions

Here are 11 quiz questions on a variety of topics for you to try. Have a go at them with your family and friends. Don...

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Opinion | Roe v. Wade’s undoing isn’t reason for Canadians to be smug. It’s reason for us to fina...

The now-expected U.S. Supreme Court decision is a monstrous ruling that will result in monstrous policy.

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Opinion | Donald Trump’s legacy puts abortion back on Canada’s political agenda

It’s turning out that Donald Trump was easier to defeat electorally than culturally in the United States, Susan Delac...

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Opinion | With Roe v. Wade in danger of being overturned, it’s time for Canada to offer gender as...

We have a great track record of welcoming the persecuted and there is clearly now a war on the United States’ women.

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Opinion | Canada is ‘A Nation of Distracted Drivers’ and it’s only getting worse

Distracted driving now kills more Canadians than impaired driving. People no longer see their cars as cars — they’re ...

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Canadian refugee judge had ‘predisposition against Roma claimants,’ tribunal finds as it grants c...

Review cites judge’s ‘sarcastic’ tone, ‘boilerplate’ reasons across several decisions

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about 2 years ago
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‘My dream is that I can live freely’: This refugee is among the LGBTQ+ Afghans who are waiting on...

More than 50 LGBTQ+ Afghan refugees have requested resettlement in Canada through the private sponsorship program. So...

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

‘I’m terrified for my own future’: Expiring post-graduate work permits have this woman and others...

The clocking is ticking for some international students, whose non-renewable work permits are expiring while draws fo...

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about 2 years ago
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Canada’s ban on Chelsea Manning upheld by Immigration and Refugee Board

Manning’s claim to whistleblower status rejected by adjudicator, pointing to broad nature of U.S. files sent to WikiL...

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about 2 years ago
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This nine-year-old Afghan boy is stuck waiting for Canada to let his parents come join him in Tor...

Canada has blamed the slow resettlement of Afghans on the logistical challenges in getting them out of Afghanistan sa...

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Expel Russian diplomats and we risk losing our envoys in Moscow, Justin Trudeau says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is downplaying the option of Russian diplomatic expulsions as little more than a “symbo...

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about 2 years ago
inews.co.uk

Canada could make platforms such as Google and Facebook pay for news content

The 'Online News Act', or House of Commons bill C-18, would allow news businesses to bargain in groups on issues incl...

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Canada considers expelling Russian diplomats over atrocities in Ukraine

Canada says it is considering following the lead of several other countries who expelled Russian diplomats, and will ...

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about 2 years ago
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NATO wants Canada to double its military spending. Here’s what that would mean for our future

It’s the famous 2 per cent of GDP threshold that NATO countries have agreed to — but Canada has not come close to

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Around the world — to study in a basement: How a pandemic derailed Canada’s international students

For international students the pandemic has taken a toll not only on their schooling, but on their prospects of findi...

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about 2 years ago
thestar.com

Here’s what Canada’s international students wish they’d known before they got here

There’s a lot to learn, beyond schoolwork, when trying to convert studying in Canada into a career here.

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about 2 years ago
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Opinion | Joyce Fairbairn was a champion for women on Parliament Hill

The former senator from Alberta was a leader and a mentor, Susan Delacourt writes.

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about 2 years ago
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Which group will Canada be in for World Cup? Draw takes place Friday

Canada is in Pot 4, alongside Saudi Arabia, Ecuador, Ghana, Cameroon and the three countries that have yet to qualify...

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about 2 years ago
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This Ukrainian grandmother fled the war for safety in Canada, but to get health care, she felt sh...

Ukrainians taking temporary refuge in this country don’t have automatic access to public health care.

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