Government of Canada supports initiatives to prevent and address family violence in Quebec

The projects will support families who have experienced, are experiencing, or are at risk of violence. MONTREAL, November 28, 2022 /CNW/ – Family violence and gender violence are serious public health problems that are related to mental health problems and that can have lasting consequences for survivors and those around them. These issues touch families … Read more

The list of the best cities in the world includes 5 in Canada

Five Canadian cities are among the best in the world, according to a ranking published this week for 2023. The list of the best cities, limited to those with populations of more than one million, included TorontoMontréal, Calgary, Vancouver and Ottawa among the top 100, according to the Resonance Consultancy World’s Best Cities Reporta BC-based … Read more

The Government of Canada invests in the training of workers and job seekers in the aerospace sector

Canada Employment and Social Development Press Release | November 8, 2022 Estimated reading time 8 minutes, 30 seconds. The Canadian economy has made great strides toward recovery from the pandemic, having reached historically low unemployment rates. However, significant skills and labor shortages continue to affect many sectors and investments in training are needed to rebuild … Read more

The Government of Canada recognizes Thérèse Casgrain as a Person of National Historic Significance

Casgrain was a critical advocate for the feminist movement, social justice, and civil liberties GatineauQA, November 7, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – National Historic Designations illustrate defining moments in the history of Canada. They tell the stories of who we are and connect us to our past, enriching our understanding of ourselves, each other and our … Read more

The Government of Canada recognizes Thérèse Casgrain as a Person of National Historic Significance

Casgrain was a critical advocate for the feminist movement, social justice, and civil liberties GatineauQA, November 7, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – National Historic Designations illustrate defining moments in the history of Canada. They tell the stories of who we are and connect us to our past, enriching our understanding of ourselves, each other and our … Read more

Government of Canada supports projects to prevent and address family violence

The projects will support those who have experienced, are experiencing, or are at risk of violence. OTTAWA, IN, October 18, 2022 /CNW/ – Family violence and gender-based violence are serious public health issues that are closely linked to mental health issues and can have long-lasting consequences for survivors and those around them. These issues touch … Read more

The Government of Canada has announced $8.4 million in funding for Ka Ni Kanichihk, Velma’s House and other indigenous women’s organizations in Manitoba.

WINNIPEGTRADITIONAL TREATY 1 TERRITORY, MB, October 17, 2022 /CNW/ – Shelters provide protection, services and resources that enable women and 2SLGBTQQIA+ people who have experienced gender-based violence, including intimate partner violence and exploitation, to have a safe space to turn around and take action to regain an independent and self-determined life. life. Supporting 24/7 Indigenous-led … Read more

Ukrainian basketball players find home at Canadian university

get complete details of Ukrainian basketball players find home at Canadian university from here, checkout more details. The squeak of their shoes and the thud of the ball on the court feel blissfully normal to Vika Kovalevska and Vlada Hozalova. Basketball provides a brief sanctuary from the relentless undercurrent of tension they feel from what … Read more

The Government of Canada supports projects for young people in the growing tourism and hospitality sector

GatineauQA, September 27, 2022 /CNW/ – The tourism and hospitality sector is a key economic engine and a generator of employment, especially for young Canadians. That is why the Government of Canada is taking steps to help young people prepare for careers in this growing part of the economy. Today, on the occasion of World … Read more

8 Lululemon Canada Shopping Hacks You May Not Have Heard Of That Can Save You Some Money

If you can’t go a day without using Lululemon, this is for you. There are so many shopping tips for Lululemon Canada that you may not know about that will help you get the most out of your investment. There are actually a ton of free services, discounts, and ways to shop deals that you … Read more

Government of Canada helps address health and social disparities in Ontario

Intersectoral Action Fund addresses complex public health challenges TORONTO, September 20, 2022 /CNW/ – Canada is one of the healthiest countries in the world, and everyone in Canada deserves opportunities to thrive and lead a healthy life. The government of Canada is taking steps to address systemic health challenges and barriers so that every individual … Read more

Second coyote eliminated, search for third amid ongoing attacks in Burlington, Ontario.

Burlington wildlife experts say they have killed a second coyote believed to be part of a family of wild animals responsible for recent attacks in the city. The news comes a day after city staff revealed a seventh attack on a resident at a home on Lakeshore Road on Saturday. “The coyote is described as … Read more

More than 50 percent of South Asian women in Canada plan to quit their job

Ottawa- South Asian women have faced some of the biggest employment challenges during the pandemic in Canada, and a new study takes a deeper look at this group and offers insights into their experiences in the workplace. More than half of South Asian women who responded to a survey conducted by CulturaliQ and Pink Attitude … Read more

Rachel Mull’s hat-trick lifts Cañada College women’s soccer to a 3-0 record | Local

get complete details of Rachel Mull’s hat-trick lifts Cañada College women’s soccer to a 3-0 record | Local from here, checkout more details. The past year has been a wild ride for Cañada College freshman Rachel Mull. Rachel Mull As a 2022 Woodside graduate, Mull was a four-time All-Peninsula Athletic League women’s soccer player. However, … Read more

Online networks help immigrant entrepreneurs find community

Eno Eka, pictured in downtown Calgary, says of connecting with migrant entrepreneurs online: ‘I had no family in Canada. But I found them here, in these communities.’david chidley Eno Eka never imagined someone would meet her at the airport when she landed in Toronto in 2018 as a new immigrant from Lagos, Nigeria. The lead … Read more