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Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Yom HaShoah

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Yom HaShoah April 11, 2018, Ottawa, Ontario – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, shared some words on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day). “Beginning at sundown tonight, Jewish communities and others in Canada and around the world will observe Yom HaShoah – Holocaust Memorial Day – to honour the lives of the six million Jews who were systematically murdered by the ...

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Inspired events explore the richness of Jewish writers – READINGS | PANEL DISCUSSIONS | INTERVIEWS…

Almemar series — Main events Sat. April 28 & Sun. April 29 - Richness of Jewish writers

Inspired events explore the richness of Jewish writers READINGS | PANEL DISCUSSIONS | INTERVIEWS | Q & A | FILM Blue Metropolis Literary Festival—20th Anniversary!—Books & Ideas Almemar series — Main events Sat. April 28 & Sun. April 29 The Gabriel Safdie Event: Jerusalem of the Mind, panel discussion with noted authors Marcello Di Cintio, Ariela Freedman, Sayed Kashua, Leila ...

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The City invests $ 20 million for upgrading of its aquatic facilities

The City invests $ 20 million for upgrading of its aquatic facilities April 11, 2018, Montreal – At its weekly meeting, the Executive Committee of the City of Montreal adopted a draft bylaw authorizing a loan of $ 20 million to finance the Borough support program for upgrading aquatic facilities. . Priority will be given to upgrading fill-empty paddling pools ...

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“Yom HaShoah”: The City of Montreal commemorates Holocaust Remembrance Day

“Yom HaShoah”: The City of Montreal commemorates Holocaust Remembrance Day April 12, 2018, Montreal – As part of an official ceremony at City Hall, Ms. Magda Popeanu, Vice-Chair of the Executive Committee, responsible for Housing, Property Management and Planning, and Diversity Montreal, paid tribute to the victims and survivors of the Holocaust. This commemoration took place in the presence of ...

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Supper champions – Montreal salutes excellence of Olympic and Paralympic athletes

Supper Champions Montreal salutes excellence of Olympic and Paralympic athletes April 12, 2018, Montreal – A dozen Montreal Olympic and Paralympic athletes and coaches who participated in the PyeongChang Games were welcomed at the Claude-Robillard Sports Complex at the “Supper of Champions” reception. The City of Montreal took advantage of this event, organized by Excellence sportif de l’Ile de Montreal ...

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Team Canada heads into playoffs on winning note at World Men’s Curling Championship

Team Canada heads into playoffs on winning note at World Men’s Curling Championship April 6, 2018, Las Vegas — There are now just three wins separating Canada’s Brad Gushue and a second straight gold medal at the 2018 361° World Men’s Curling Championship, presented by Ford of Canada. Gushue’s St. John’s team — rounded out by vice-skip Mark Nichols, second ...

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Andrew Scheer issues statement on the Humboldt Broncos

Andrew Scheer issues statement on the Humboldt Broncos APRIL 7, 2018, Ottawa, ON – The Leader of Canada’s Conservatives expressed his grief on the bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team. “As a parent and a Saskatchewanian, it is hard to find the words to capture the terrible incident that took place overnight. My thoughts and prayers are with the ...

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Justin Trudeau is Failing Canada’s Energy Industry and Canadian Workers

Justin Trudeau is Failing Canada’s Energy Industry and Canadian Workers April 6, 2018, Two Hills, Alberta – In response to Prime Minister Trudeau’s visit to Fort McMurray, Shannon Stubbs, Conservative Shadow Minister for Natural Resources, made the following remarks. “Canada’s Prime Minister needs to champion Canadian energy, which produces the most environmentally and socially responsible oil and gas in the world, ...

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Justin Trudeau is Failing to Manage Illegal Border Crossings

Justin Trudeau is Failing to Manage Illegal Border Crossings April 4, 2018, Ottawa, ON – Following media reports that at least 500 migrants illegally crossed the Lacolle border in Quebec over the Easter long weekend, Pierre Paul-Hus, Conservative Shadow Minister for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and the Honourable Michelle Rempel, Conservative Shadow Minister for Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship today expressed their discontent. ...

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