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MP Robert Kitchen Supports IAAF Ban of Russian Track and Field Athletes

MP Robert Kitchen Supports IAAF Ban of Russian Track and Field Athletes           June 22, 2016, Souris – Moose Mountain, Ont. – On Friday, June 17, 2016, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) upheld the ban on Russia’s track and field team from competing due to systematic doping.           We recognize the IAAF’s ...

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Japan is to hire 40,000 engineers from India

Japan is to hire 40,000 engineers from India           Japan has hit the jackpot. It has not only set the mandate to hire 40,000 engineers from India, it has also offered Japanese language programs in various universities for the students being hired.           Japan is particularly interested in hiring engineers from Karnataka ...

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Living Legend Birju Maharaj in Montreal

Birju Maharaj, renowned Kathak dancer, in Montreal on June 8, 2016 with Sudeshna Maulik, his desciple

Living Legend Birju Maharaj in Montreal [sam_ad id=”21″ codes=”true”]           Living Legend Birju Maharaj, the renowned Kathak dancer from India is coming to Montreal. Saswati Sen and Sudeshna Maulik (Dancer, Choreographer, Artistic Director of Montreal Kathak Ensemble) are the main organizers who have worked very hard to bring Pandit birju Maharaj here. Sudeshna Maulik is his disciple. ...

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The Pipeline 2015 at the RIALTO

The Pipeline 2015 at the RIALTO

The Pipeline 2015 at the RIALTO Infinithéâtre’s annual free play reading series, now in its 10th year, returns with 4 plays including the prize winners from this year’s Write-On-Q! Local playwrights celebrated Thurs. December 10 – Sun. December 13, 2015           Montréal, November 2015 – Every year Infinithéâtre proudly presents Québec’s newest discoveries in The Pipeline, ...

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Prime Minister of Canada on the results of the Newfoundland and Labrador election

Canada PM Justin Trudeau, Labour Day, nuclear weapon

Prime Minister of Canada on the results of the Newfoundland and Labrador election November 30, 2015, Ottawa, Ontario – The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the results of the provincial election in Newfoundland and Labrador: “Newfoundlanders and Labradorians have chosen to elect a majority government led by the Liberal Party of Newfoundland and Labrador. [sam_ad ...

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Prime Minister Trudeau at the launch of Christmas Lights Across Canada

Canada PM Justin Trudeau, Labour Day, nuclear weapon

Prime Minister Trudeau at the launch of Christmas Lights Across Canada December 2, 2015, Ottawa, Ontario – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, shared his pleasure at the official launch of the 31st edition of Christmas Lights Across Canada: “As we launch the Christmas Lights Across Canada program, we should all take a moment to reflect on how fortunate we are to call ...

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Big data means cutting big paper down to size

Big data means cutting big paper down to size by Ernie Philip, Senior Vice President, Xerox Canada      Big data comes with big promises to most organizations. It can help cut costs, improve customer service, identify the products and services customers want and those they don’t. But the promise of big data will never be fully realized if organizations ...

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Prime Minister of Canada, Trudeau on Orthodox Easter

Prime Minister of Canada, Trudeau on Orthodox Easter           May 1, 2016, Ottawa, Ontario – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, extends joyous wishes on the occasion of Orthodox Easter.           “This weekend, people of Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, and Eastern Catholic faith in Canada and around the world will gather with loved ones to celebrate ...

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A Tribute To Leonard Cohen and Friends at Angel’s Montreal Music Festival

Tribute to Leonard Cohen

A Tribute To Leonard Cohen and Friends by the Great Canadian Musicians and Artists Hosted by The Little Angels Society, R.O.C.S.           Montreal, December 19, 2015 – Leonard Cohen’s friends and admirers well participated the celebration as well as various artists from Canada at Ecole Vincent D’indy, music hall in Outremont. Sarah Sokal was the Little Angels Princess and ...

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9,1 M$ de plus pour les relations internationales

9,1 M$ de plus pour les relations internationales           Québec, le 18 mars 2016 – Dans le cadre du dépôt du budget 2016-2017, la ministre des Relations internationales et de la Francophonie, Christine St-Pierre se réjouit des mesures livrées au budget du Québec 2016-2017. En effet, le Plan économique vient appuyer le ministère des Relations internationales ...

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