Tag Archives: Government

Heart-wrenching tweets from 7-year-old Aleppo girl show an inside look of Aleppo International,News,Uncategorized

By: Kylie Vaillancourt Bana Alabed, a seven-year-old girl who received thousands of followers from tweeting in Aleppo since September, tweeted Sunday that her house had been bombed. Tonight we have no house, it’s bombed & I got in rubble. I saw deaths and I almost died. – Bana #Aleppo pic.twitter.com/arGYZaZqjg — Bana Alabed (@AlabedBana) November

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CAA looking to bring awareness to marijuana-impaired driving Lifestyle,News

By: Kylie Vaillancourt The Canadian Automobile Association is looking to create an educational program to warn about marijuana-impaired driving. This after a recent poll found two-thirds of Canadians said that they’re worried about road safety once the drug is legalized. Niagara’s CAA Public Relations Coordinator Alex Pedersen said that the program aims to get the

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Reducing youth concussions in organized sports focus of new committee News

  By: Lindsay Wadden  The Ontario government has established a committee that will work on ways to reduce concussions experienced by teenagers and children in organized sports and school settings. The Rowan’s Law Advisory Committee will focus on how coaches, parents and officials can work together to ensure safe participation in sports. The committee is composed

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Ontario moving in right direction on drug impaired driving, police say Life,News

By Sargon Jajjo This week’s announcement of harsher charges against drug impaired drivers is a step in the right direction, Toronto Police said Thursday. “This is a step forward, but, sadly a challenge the community faces on a daily basis,” Const. Clinton Stibbe, of Toronto Police Services, told Humber News. The Ontario government announced new rules

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Government cheques will soon stop for Syrian refugees Uncategorized

  The first wave of Syrian refugees are nearing the one year anniversary of their arrival in Canada. This is a significant milestone, but for most it brings the reality of losing one key benefactor. Syrian refugees will soon lose government cheques. In little over a month, first wave refugees will be forced to live

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Finch West LRT to offer relief for Humber commuters News

Key local and provincial government members were at Humber College’s north campus on Monday to discuss the proposed express light rail transit (LRT) route that will run along Finch St. west.