Canadian diaspora concerned over suspension of mobile internet in Punjab

'Waris Punjab De' chief and Khalistan ideologue amritpal Singh and his aides launched action against the police. 'i hope the situation is resolved soon & Canadians travelling to the region are able to connect with their families and friends in Canada'
#amritpalSingh #WarisPunjabDe #Canadian #Canadians #Punjab #News #Technology #Internet

5 days ago

Bank of Canada and Fed head for historic divergence, in a blow to loonie

Investors are betting that the sensitivity of Canada's economy to higher borrowing costs will result in a historically large gap between the tightening campaigns of the BoC and the U.S. Federal reserve. Analysts have long argued that the economy is more sensitive to interest rate hikes than the u.s. Economy, pointing to the higher debt loads of Canadians.
#BankofCanada #Canadians #Canada #News #Business #Economy

2 weeks ago

Cop15 was meant to be nature’s Paris moment, but Greta Thunberg’s ‘blah, blah, blah’ cry is proving right

Even by the glacial standards of UN biodiversity negotiations, Cop15 has been slow. We have made progress on parts of the agreement that are not so controversial, but we have left all of the difficult bits to the final few days of a process that has taken three years. The African group seems uncoordinated, the Latin Americans appear divided, the Europeans are not being constructive, the Canadians have not been helpful in talks.
#GretaThunberg #TheGuardian #African #LatinAmericans #Paris #News #Science #Enviornment

3 months ago

Team USA to play in Manila for Fiba World Cup

The United States men's national basketball team will play its group stages games in the Philippines. Co-host Japan has picked the Slovenians, while Indonesia the Canadians. Three sites will host visiting nations for the global meet that will begin on August 23, 2023. A total of 32 nations will be battling in the showcase that will culminate in the Philippine Arena.
#InquirerSports #FibaWorldCup #Slovenian #USA #News #Sports #Basketball

3 months ago

The expansion of assisted suicide in Canada

Canada’s expansion of euthanasia legislation has caused concerns among rights groups. In 2023, Canadians will be able to apply for a medically assisted death if they are suffering from mental health problems as their sole condition. The Take asks what is at stake and looks at taboos that still remain around conversations about death.
#HealthNews #Canadians #Take #Canada #News #Health #MentalHealth

3 months ago

Canada women defeat the U.S

The third-ranked Canadians will face no. 1 England in the other semifinal. Alev Kelter penalty in the 38th minute cut the Canadian lead to 12-8. The red roses beat the americans 29-14 last weekend.
#AlevKelter #PentictonWesternNews #RugbyWorldCup #Canadians #Canada #News #Entertainment #Books

4 months ago

Novak Djokovic ends his incredible streak

Novak Djokovic beats the rivals 6-3, 7-6 in the laver cup. The youngster is now 29-1 against the Canadians. Novak seized the first after Felix's wayward forehand winner.
#NovakDjokovic #Canadians #News #Sports #Tennis

5 months ago

Network outage due to system failure: Canada telecom firm

Rogers Communications says network system failure was due to a maintenance update in its core network. Minister of Public Safety Marco Mendocino says no link to cyberattack was linked to outage. Rogers has promised to “proactively credit all customers automatically” for the period of outage. Outage affected over 10 million Canadians and several services, including government agencies.
#MarcoMendocino #RogersCommunications #Canadians #Canada #InternetTelecom #ServiceProviders

8 months ago

The Weeknd’s concert cancelled, millions affected by major network outage in Canada

Rogers outage spans 20 hours and counting. Millions of Canadians were left without Internet or mobile connectivity on Friday. The outage led to the postponement of a concert by the singer The Weeknd. Rogers' president and CEO Tony Staffieri issued an apology late on Friday night, saying, “I take full responsibility for ensuring we at Rogers earn back your trust”
#TonyStaffieri #Rogers #Canadians #Canada #InternetTelecom

8 months ago

Canada to throw out 13.6M doses of AstraZeneca vaccine

Canada will throw out about 13.6 million doses of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine. Canada signed a contract in 2020 to get 20 million doses. 2.3 million Canadians received at least one dose of it, mostly between March and June 2021. Health Canada says it couldn't find any takers for it either at home or abroad.
#AstraZeneca #Canadians #Astra #Canada #Health

8 months ago