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Canada’s largest Toronto School Board declares November “Hindu Heritage Month”

Toronto District School Board

Canada’s largest Toronto School Board declares November “Hindu Heritage Month” Toronto District School Board (TDSB) in Canada has resolved that month of November each year be declared as Hindu Heritage Month. TDSB Trustees, in their April 18 meeting, passed a motion which included: Hindu Heritage Month is an opportunity to celebrate and educate all our students and school communities about ...

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Prime Minister announces partnerships on climate and culture with France

Prime Minister announces Partnerships on Climate and Culture with France April 16, 2018, Paris, France – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau embarked today on the first day of an official visit to France to further deepen the ties between our two countries and to promote even closer economic collaboration, including through the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), to build a ...

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Celebrating Comics in the Library! The manga in the spotlight for the entire month of May

Celebrating Comics

Celebrating Comics in the Library! The manga in the spotlight for the entire month of May Montreal, April 25, 2018 – Comics is a great medium to bring young and old to reading and fortunately Montreal libraries are fulfilled! For a 7th year, 45 libraries offer you the opportunity to discover this very art form varied. On the program: meeting of authors, creative workshops, 3D ...

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Canada PM Justin Trudeau on the 92nd birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada

Canada PM Justin Trudeau Congratulates Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada on her 92nd birthday

Canada PM Justin Trudeau Congratulates Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada on her 92nd birthday April 21, 2018, Ottawa, Ontario – Canada Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, congratulated Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada  on her 92nd birthday. “Today, we join millions of people in Canada and around the world to celebrate the 92nd birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen ...

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Bill C-46 Is Constitutional And Should Be Passed

Bill C-46 Is Constitutional And Should Be Passed BY THE SENATE: SENATOR GOLD MARCH 28, 2018 – The Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs is studying Bill C-46, the government’s proposed changes to the Criminal Code provisions dealing with impaired driving. As a member of that committee, and as a law professor specializing in constitutional law, civil liberties and ...

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Around the World in 80 Days

Around the World in 80 Days

Around the World in 80 Days The play is a hilarious adventure that takes you around the globe in a matter of minutes. Snappy dialogues and a great performance. It is ideal for all ages. A must watch play! at the D. B. Clarke Theatre, in Concordia’s Henry F. Hall building 1455 boul. de Maisonneuve W, Montreal, QC To reserve your tickets, ...

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Conservative Oppostition House Leader On the Passing of Barbara Bush

Candice Bergen

Conservative Oppostition House Leader On the Passing of Barbara Bush April 18, 2018, Ottawa, ON – In the House of Commons, Conservative Opposition House Leader, the Hon. Candice Bergen, expressed his grief in response to the passing of Barbara Bush. “The world lost an incredible individual and a dear friend of Canada. Barbara Bush, former First Lady of the United States, wife of ...

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2018 World Mixed Doubles, World Seniors Championships begin Saturday in Östersund, Sweden

Curling Canada

2018 World Mixed Doubles, World Seniors Championships begin Saturday in Östersund, Sweden April 19, 2018 – Canadian teams will have a chance to add to an already impressive 2017-18 world championship medal haul when the 2018 World Mixed Doubles and World Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships begin Saturday in Östersund, Sweden. In the past two months, teams wearing the ...

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Canada’s Conservatives Urge Government Action Following Supreme Court’s Interprovincial Trade Decision

John Nater, MP

Canada’s Conservatives Urge Government Action Following Supreme Court’s Interprovincial Trade Decision April 19, 2018, Ottawa, ON – John Nater, Conservative Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Interprovincial Trade and the Sharing Economy and Member of Parliament for Perth—Wellington, today commented in response to the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Her Majesty the Queen v. Gerard Comeau. “Given the Supreme Court’s decision, it is ...

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Andrew Scheer launches consultations “Listening to Quebecers”

Andrew Scheer on the escalating situation in North Korea

Andrew Scheer launches consultations “Listening to Quebecers” April 19, 2018, Montreal, QC – The Leader of Canada’s Conservatives, the Honourable Andrew Scheer, today launched consultations to develop, in collaboration with Quebecers, proposals that will be put forward during the 2019 election campaign. “During the coming months, we will be listening to Quebecers. Unifying and positive, these consultations will be conversations with ...

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