Canadian Actor, Christopher Plummer has died

Canadian Actor Christopher Plummer has Died aged 91

After a long career in cinema, the actor Christopher Plummer obtained his first Oscar at 82 years old The Canadian actor Christopher Plummer, revealed by The melody of happiness, died at the age of 91, his agent announced on Friday, quoted by the American media. “Chris was an amazing man who loved and deeply respected his job,” said […]

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Anita Quidangen is the first person in Canada to be publicly vaccinated against Covid-19, in Toronto on December 14, 2020.

Coronavirus: Canada Launches its Massive Vaccination Campaign this Monday

VACCINATION: Quebec, Montreal and Toronto are the first cities to have the coronavirus vaccine in Canada Canada launched a vast vaccination campaign against coronavirus Covid-19 on Monday in Quebec, Montreal and Toronto. The television cameras first showed a first live vaccination from a Toronto hospital, that of a nursing aide in a retirement home in the metropolis, Anita […]

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Canada discover first case of swine flu in a human

Canada: Discovery of First Case of Swine Flu in Human

VIRUS: After experiencing flu-like symptoms, the patient who had contracted swine flu quickly recovered As the world grapples with the Covid-19 pandemic, bad news has just appeared on the frontline of the fight against the spread of viruses. A case of swine flu was first detected in Canada in a human who contracted a rare subtype of the H1N2 virus, Canadian health officials […]

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau on June 8, 2018 in La Malbaie,

Canada: Justin Trudeau’s Wife Infected with Coronavirus, Prime Minister in Solitary Confinement

The wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has tested positive for coronavirus. The head of government is therefore placed in solitary confinement for 15 days. Canadian Prime Minister Sophie Grégoire Trudeau tested positive for the new coronavirus on Thursday and will be in quarantine “for an indefinite period”, while the head of government will remain in solitary confinement for two […]

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A Ukrainian airliner crashed on takeoff in Tehran, killing at least 170 people on January 8, 2020

Iran: 176 Dead in Plane Crash in Tehran

A Boeing 737 of the Ukrainian company International Airlines crashed just after takeoff, in Iran. There are no survivors. A Ukrainian airliner carrying 176 people, mainly Iranians and Canadians, crashed Wednesday 8th January 2020 in Iran shortly after taking off from Tehran, killing all who were on board, announced the Iranian and Ukrainian authorities. The Boeing 737 of Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) crashed while […]

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Thousands of protesters in Montreal as part of the "global climate strike", September 27, 2019.

Climate: Montreal’s Human Tide for a “Historic” Parade with Greta Thunberg

In the capital of Quebec, a historic mobilization mobilized hundreds of thousands of people alongside controversial environmental activist Greta Thunberg. “We are changing the world,” young Swede Greta Thunberg said Friday after a giant demonstration in Montreal brought together hundreds of thousands of people in a new “global climate strike” “. “We are at least 500,000,” said the muse […]

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After devastating the Bahamas, Hurricane Dorian hits Canada

After Devastating the Bahamas, Hurricane Dorian hits Canada

The hurricane touched down on the evening of Saturday 7th September 2019 near Halifax, Nova Scotia, where winds of up to 140 km/h were measured. After making at least 43 dead in the Bahamas and near the United States , hurricane Dorian, weakened but still dangerous, fell on the night of Saturday 7th to Sunday 8th September 2019 in eastern Canada with […]

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Demonstration against Ceta in Paris, July 16, 2019.

Ceta: The Ratification of the Controversial EU-Canada Agreement Voted in the Assembly

The French deputies approved Tuesday 23rd July 2019 the ratification of the free trade agreement between the EU and Canada (Ceta), with a record of disputes within LREM. Despite a record number of protests in the LREM majority group, the ratification of the controversial Free Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada (Ceta) was approved Tuesday 23rd […]

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The 19-year-old French woman mistakenly crossed the border between Canada and the United States during her jog. She spent two weeks in prison. (© Adobe Stock / Illustration)

During Her Jog, the French Woman Crosses the American border by Mistake and Ends up in Prison

A 19-year-old French woman spent two weeks in prison in the United States after having crossed, without realizing it, the border with Canada, during a jog. It’s a jog that she will not forget anytime soon. While visiting her mother’s home in western Canada, a 19-year-old French woman spent two weeks in detention at a detention center in the United States.  During her jog she […]

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Donald Trump at the G7 Summit

The G7 Turns into a Fiasco, Trump Threatens His Allies with New Taxes

Once the G7 summit ended, US President Donald Trump suddenly decided to withdraw his support for the final communiqué on trade issues. US President Donald Trump has turned around this weekend against his allies in Europe and Canada, which he threatened with increased customs duties , after a G7 summit that ended in a fiasco. Tensions that contrast with the “unity” displayed at a […]

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