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Culture Magazin®, the only high gloss Vietnamese and English magazine published in Toronto, Canada, serving both Vietnamese and Western readers.

Prairie Ranchers Take Stock of Summer Drought as Culling Cattle Decision Looms

Facing drought and cattle feed shortages, the last few months have been gruelling for many Prairie ranchers. Now, as fall approaches and people take stock, tough decisions loom as ranchers assess how much cattle they will...

Senior Saskatchewan Doctor Says Lockdowns Should Be Considered If COVID Cases Continue to Rise

Dr. Susan Shaw says Saskatchewan intensive care units (ICUs) are still able to handle both COVID-19 patients and emergency care, but she's concerned that eventually may not be the case. On Monday, Saskatchewan reported 519 new...

Manitoba Spends $14 Million To Help Doctors Reach Out to Unvaccinated Patients

Manitoba is spending $14 million to help doctors and other healthcare workers boost the number of first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccines in the province. The money will help doctors to establish a roster of...

Ontario’s COVID-19 Vaccine Certificate a “Temporary” Measure to Avoid Another Lockdown Says Ford

Premier Doug Ford attempted to allay concerns about Ontario’s vaccine certificate system on the eve of its implementation, saying the province needed to do all it could to keep up the fight against COVID-19. Mr. Ford...

COVID-19 Patients in Northern B.C Transferred Elsewhere as Local Hospitals Overwhelmed

Critically ill COVID-19 patients in northern B.C are being flown as far away as Vancouver Island to receive care because local hospitals no longer have enough capacity, provincial officials said Tuesday. Health Minister Adrian Dix said...

Kenney Set to Shuffle Cabinet as Shandro Out as Health Minister

Senior Alberta government sources have confirmed Tyler Shandro is being removed from his post as health minister. Premier Jason Kenney is expected to shuffle his cabinet Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Kenney is scheduled to announce who is in...

PM Trudeau Re-Elected Minority Government to Face Demands from Bloc Quebecois and the NDP

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his re-elected minority government will face calls from the NDP for new taxes on the “ultra-rich” and calls from the Bloc Québécois for billions in new spending on health and...

Joe Biden, Boris Johnson Congratulate Justin Trudeau on Third Election Win

U.S. President Joe Biden spoke with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today, congratulating the re-elected Liberal leader on his party's win in Monday night's federal election. According to a statement sent out by the White House, the...

Hydro Quebec Signs $20 Billion, 25-Year Deal to Power New York State

Hydro Québec has signed a tentative agreement to help power the state of New York over the next 25 years. Premier Francois Legault said Monday the deal totals more than $20 billion. He called the agreement...

Market Sells Off Due to Fears of China’s Evergrande Debt

Financial markets around the world had their worst day in weeks on Monday, as worries about embattled Chinese property developer Evergrande had investors worried about what the fallout might be. The Toronto Stock Exchange was off...

Extracurricular Activities May Gradually Return for Toronto Schools

Toronto Public Health said Monday that city schools may slowly allow extracurriculars — including sports and clubs — to resume, and provided a framework to help boards bring those activities back. The province permitted extracurriculars to...

Wood Manufacturing Plant Explosion in Beauceville Injures 8 People

Eight people were rushed to hospital following a fiery explosion at a wood manufacturing plant in Beauceville, Que., on Monday morning. Those who were injured, some with severe burns, were taken to nearby Saint-Georges Hospital. Six people...

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How to reduce your carbon footprint without compromising your lifestyle

As wildfires raged across several parts of the world in the summer, from the secluded Amazon to Athens and right at home in Ontario...

Prairie Ranchers Take Stock of Summer Drought as Culling Cattle Decision Looms

Facing drought and cattle feed shortages, the last few months have been gruelling for many Prairie ranchers. Now, as fall approaches and people take stock,...

Senior Saskatchewan Doctor Says Lockdowns Should Be Considered If COVID Cases Continue to Rise

Dr. Susan Shaw says Saskatchewan intensive care units (ICUs) are still able to handle both COVID-19 patients and emergency care, but she's concerned that...

Manitoba Spends $14 Million To Help Doctors Reach Out to Unvaccinated Patients

Manitoba is spending $14 million to help doctors and other healthcare workers boost the number of first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccines in...

Ontario’s COVID-19 Vaccine Certificate a “Temporary” Measure to Avoid Another Lockdown Says Ford

Premier Doug Ford attempted to allay concerns about Ontario’s vaccine certificate system on the eve of its implementation, saying the province needed to do...

COVID-19 Patients in Northern B.C Transferred Elsewhere as Local Hospitals Overwhelmed

Critically ill COVID-19 patients in northern B.C are being flown as far away as Vancouver Island to receive care because local hospitals no longer...

Kenney Set to Shuffle Cabinet as Shandro Out as Health Minister

Senior Alberta government sources have confirmed Tyler Shandro is being removed from his post as health minister. Premier Jason Kenney is expected to shuffle his...

PM Trudeau Re-Elected Minority Government to Face Demands from Bloc Quebecois and the NDP

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his re-elected minority government will face calls from the NDP for new taxes on the “ultra-rich” and calls from...

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