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Canadian Government Targets Environment NGOs

Canadian Government Targets Environment NGOs

By Paul Weinberg Canada Correspondent TORONTO, Ontario (IPS) – Job cuts totalling 1,000 at Environment Canada’s climate change division this month means there will be even fewer government scientists onboard to monitor the impact of the extraction, development and transportation ...

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Ontario Aims To Attract More Skilled Immigrants

Ontario Aims To Attract More Skilled Immigrants

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer ONTARIO, Canada – The recent introduction of new legislation by the government of Ontario will, if passed, strengthen its role in immigrant selection to help meet the province’s future labour market needs and support ...

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Chef Selwyn Richards Launches Cookbook

Chef Selwyn Richards Launches Cookbook

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer The reception area of the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts was recently transformed into a locale of epicurean pleasure when chef, Selwyn Richards, launched his cookbook, The Art of Cooking — Soul of ...

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JNBS Announces Black History Month Essay Winners

JNBS Announces Black History Month Essay Winners

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer Brampton, Ontario — Jamaica National Building Society’s Toronto Representative Office and JN Money Services recently collaborated with the Brampton A’s basketball league to host a themed night, Caribbean Night, where the winners of their ...

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Youth Summit Being Planned For Pan Am Games 2015

Youth Summit Being Planned For Pan Am Games 2015

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer TORONTO, Ontario – The TO2015 Youth Advisory Council is planning a 3-day weekend youth summit for March 2015, just before the Pan Am Games opens in Toronto in July. The council is made up ...

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Canada Cracks Down On Citizenship Fraud

Canada Cracks Down On Citizenship Fraud

OTTAWA, Canada CMC – As concerns heighten over the recall of former St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ Deputy New York Consul General, Edson Augustus, the Canadian government has announced that it is cracking down on citizenship fraud. Canada’s Citizenship and ...

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Recruiting Canadian Students For University In Grenada

By Lincoln Depradine Pride Contributing Writer TORONTO, Ontario – Officials of George’s University (SGU) in Grenada are continuing an active campaign to recruit more Canadian students to the university. SGU representatives have been making regular visits to Canada, including the ...

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