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Join Saigon Children’s Charity to Help Break the Cycle of Poverty for Vulnerable Children in Vietnam

Paul Cleves, founder and trustee of Saigon Children’s Charity (Saigonchildren), visited Vietnam for the first time in 1987. At that time, it was a poor country. “The poverty seemed to be a poverty of opportunity...

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Two Travellers from U.S. Fined $20,000 Each for Fake Vaccination Documents

Two travellers who arrived in Toronto from the United States have been fined for providing fake COVID-19 proof of vaccination documents and lying about...

Canada’s Economy Shrank for Second Month in a Row

Canada's gross domestic product shrank by 0.3 percent in May, the second consecutive monthly contraction as most industries slowed down. Statistics Canada reported Friday that...

Albertans Protest Ending Mandatory COVID-19 Isolation, Masking, and Testing Changes

Medical professionals helped organize two rallies Friday at the noon showing opposition to the Alberta government’s plan to lift mandatory isolation rules, scale back...

Ontario Reveals Details About Lifting Restrictions After Step 3

The Ontario government is providing the clearest picture so far about what restrictions will look like once the province exits its 3 step reopening...

Government Extends Pandemic Recovery Programs and Business Supports

The federal government announced extensions of a number of pandemic economic support programs today, including the Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB) and the Canada Emergency...

Canada Could See the Start of a Variant Driven Fourth Wave

Canada's top health officials are warning that Canada could be seeing the beginning of a fourth COVID-19 wave driven by the more infectious delta...

Condo Insurance Costs Soared in Parts of Canada This Past Year

Prices for condo insurance — or strata insurance, as it’s known in B.C. — recorded double-digit increases in B.C. and Alberta and a nine...

Federal Government Grants $132 Million to Toronto For Affordable Housing

Federal and municipal officials announced Thursday that the Canadian government has committed $132 million from its rapid housing initiative to build a minimum of...

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