Monthly Archives: June 2022

Quebec premier rejects multiculturalism as province celebrates National Day

Grade 6 student Maram Makhlouf moved from Germany to Quebec about three years ago and on Thursday she was in a Montreal park with her family to celebrate the province’s national holiday, or National Holiday. She said the day is “really important to me even though I’m not from here”. But she disagrees with Premier François Legault’s assertion earlier in ...

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I mourn this day Roe v. Wade was canceled

Regarding “Supreme Court strikes down Roe v. Wade, ending constitutional protection of abortion rights” (June 24): I started this morning by picking up my newspaper and sitting on the seesaw for a while. my porch. I soaked up the beauty like my husband used to do. The Herrick House is in the making. Just a little house with a million ...

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Cate Le Bon is a slippery tourist guide through time and space

Topanga, a canyon community nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains an hour’s drive west of downtown Los Angeles, is a place of contradiction. There is sheer beauty, accessible via 36 miles of hiking trails through protected land. And there is a threat simmering. Wildfires have periodically ravaged the area over the decades, the most recent in 1993 killing 18,000 acres ...

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Mi’kmaw Chief Calls on Government of Prince Edward Island to Change Name of Neighboring Community

Bethany Knockwood says she hopes her young son doesn’t have to see the name Savage Harbor on a sign in the nearby community when he’s old enough to read. So she was happy on Tuesday — National Indigenous Peoples Day — to hear Abegweit First Nation Chief Junior Gould officially ask the provincial government to change its name. “We are ...

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12 French departments still on the alert orange heat wave and storms

In total, 12 departments in the Center-East of France are still under orange weather vigilance linked to the current heat wave and/or a risk of violent storms today (June 21). 12 points en #vigilanceOrange Stay informed about https://t.co/rJ24zzmmy4 pic.twitter.com/JodruYcXqF — VigiMétéoFrance (@VigiMétéoFrance) June 21, 2022 The national weather forecasting service Météo France indicates that Ain, Allier, Drôme, Isère, Jura, Loire, ...

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The French envoy will organize a reception for the B-International consortium

B-International is a collaborative project for capacity building in higher education between Pakistan, UK, France, Italy and Spain DNA ISLAMABAD: On the occasion of the very first meeting of the B-International consortium in Pakistan, the French ambassador to Pakistan, Nicolas Galey, invited the representatives of these 8 universities, as well as the ambassadors of the United Kingdom, Italy and Spain, ...

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Stocks rebound slightly as investors weigh central banks’ next move

LONDON, June 20 (Reuters) – Stock markets posted modest gains on Monday after last week’s heavy losses as investors braced for a host of speakers from the U.S. Federal Reserve this week, where they could underscore their commitment to fight inflation regardless of the rate pain required. Trading was diluted by a US holiday and investors predicted another choppy session. ...

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Why Assassin’s Creed Unity’s Prologue Should Have Been The Whole Game

Assassin’s Creed: Unity has become synonymous with wasted potential. While there’s so much to love about the eighth major installment in the acclaimed Ubisoft series, it was sadly hampered by game-breaking bugs and glitches that made things nearly unplayable when it debuted in 2014. was a reputation the game could never quite recover from, a crying shame considering that, when ...

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One dead as gunmen storm Sikh temple in Afghan capital

Published on: 06/18/2022 – 14:34Amended: 06/18/2022 – 14:32 Kabul (AFP) – Gunmen stormed a Sikh temple in the Afghan capital on Saturday, killing at least one member of the community and injuring seven others, the interior ministry said. Ministry spokesman Abdul Nafi Takor said the attackers threw at least one grenade when they entered the temple, sparking a fire in ...

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Orea closes the first tranche of a private placement

VANCOUVER, BC, June 17, 2022 /CNW/ – Orea Mining Corp. (“Orea”) (Toronto Stock Exchange: OREA) (OTCQX: OREAF) (ESF: 3CG) is pleased to announce that it has closed the first tranche of its previously announced private placement (the “First installment“) (see press release of June 13, 2022), generating a gross product of CA$215,000 through the issue of 4,300,000 shares of Orea ...

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Marvel’s Fan-Made Spider-Verse Hero Returns in His Own New Story

The winner of Marvel’s fan-made Spidersona contest, the Amazing Sun-Spider, will return in an all-new Spider-Verse adventure. Warning! Spoilers for Edge of Spider-Verse #4 (of 5) by Marvel Comics A fan made spider worms hero returns as amazing solar spider will reappear in his own story in an all-new Marvel Comics adventure. In Marvel’s September solicitations, more details were provided ...

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Live Updates: Russia’s War in Ukraine

From left, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz travel on a train bound for Kyiv after leaving Poland on June 16. Leaders of the European Union’s three largest countries – France, Germany and Italy – arrived in Kyiv on Thursday morning for a high-profile trip intended to ease tensions over what Ukrainian ...

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Report on Global Payday Loans Market 2022-2026 – Increase In Adoption Of Advanced Technologies Among Payday Loans – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Added Global Payday Loans Market 2022-2026 report ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. The payday loan market is expected to grow by USD 8.4 billion between 2022 and 2026, accelerating at a CAGR of 4.34%. The market is driven by growing youth payday loan awareness, increasing adoption of advanced technologies in payday loans, and the basic eligibility criteria are lower than other financial ...

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The fight between the French government and the city of Grenoble over burkinis

The city of Grenoble has contacted the government to find out whether the burkini should be authorized in swimming pools. The case will now go to the highest court in the land The burkini has been controversial in France since 2016. Representative image/AFP The burkini – a swimsuit that covers the whole body except the face – is at the ...

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Prof. Matthew Pearson ordained a priest – Madison Catholic Herald

Bishop Donald J. Hying of Madison lays hands on the P. Matthew Pearson during the ordination mass May 27 at St. Maria Goretti Church in Madison. (Catholic Herald photo/Kevin Wondrash) MADISON— As early evening sunlight shone into St. Maria Goretti Church in Madison on May 27, the Diocese of Madison was honored with its latest blessing – a new priest. ...

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A Montreal artist opens a charming Villeray bar — And more Restaurant openings in June

This is a running list of Montreal restaurants and bars that opened in June 2022. Did we miss anything? Send us a tip at [email protected] VILLERAY — It’s coffee and croissants during the day and aperitif in the evening at the brand new neighborhood gathering place in Villeray. Baptized Tobacco, the project comes from a Montreal artist Patrick Bernatchezas well ...

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Costa Rica Theatrical show is a social inclusion project:

The stage of the Melico Salazar Popular Theater will host the theatrical show “Si nosotras fuéramos ellos” (“If we were them”), a production that takes the stage with the representation of 43 young people from vulnerable areas of the country. The show is a version by French playwright Serge Sándor, inspired by the play “La Cruz”, by Costa Rican Fernando ...

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These apps are cheaper than payday loans, but the fees can add up

What’s happening One workplace perk is gaining popularity: earned wage access apps that give workers a portion of their earnings before payday. Why it matters The apps help workers avoid the expense of payday loans or overdraft fees during a financial crisis, but they can still get some paychecks. What’s next Regulators are ready to clarify the rules for the ...

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Umiami Opens New Plant-Based Innovation Center in Europe’s Silicon Valley – vegconomist

June 13, 2022 1655111187 Categories Alternatives to meat and fish Image source: François Veron Social networks The French food-tech company Umiami has opened its new production site to develop its whole vegetable cuts. The new Umiami innovation center is based on the Saclay plateau, also known as Europe’s Silicon Valley. Umiami, the innovator of vegan chicken breasts, claims that already ...

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Castlevania Nocturne introduces a new generation of vampire hunters

Netflix Geeked Week presented the next season of the animated series Castlevania: Castlevania Nocturne, now featuring a new Belmont. No, there will be no Castlevania Season 5 for the anime series. But Netflix Geeked Week didn’t end without having anything on the Castlevania franchise. Instead, we’re getting a new series called Castlevania Nocturne – starring Richter Belmont, a descendant of ...

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Feverish reverie, collapsed time marks the silver lining of COVID

I admit I thought it would be sweeter. I’m vaxxed and boosted and eating my veggies (metaphorically and literally) so when the two lines showed up on the COVID test I thought I’d have a few days of snot and cough. It’s good to be humble, I guess. It’s okay to be wrong. It was not very pleasant: waking up ...

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French cyclists travel through Kazakhstan to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities

NUR-SULTAN – A couple of French travelers, Émilie and Davy Sanchis, recently came to Aktau as part of their world cycling tour, which aims to promote the inclusion of people with Down syndrome and other disabilities through sport, reported the French Embassy in Kazakhstan. Sanchis traveled to certain regions of France as part of their project. Photo credit: akimat (municipal ...

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Australian government agrees to pay French submarine contractor Naval Group $835m for canceled contract

The Australian government will pay French shipbuilder Naval Group $835 million in compensation, after last year’s decision to tear up a $90 billion contract to build 12 submarines. Key points: Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says total amount spent on submarine program is now $3.4 billion The abandonment of the French submarine contract is the result of Australia’s entry into the ...

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‘Born in Blackness’ is an engrossing and unforgettable read

Placeholder while loading article actions Let me start with the takeaways: “Born in Darkness: Africa, Africans, and the Making of the Modern World, 1471 to World War IIis a tour de force, so much so that it is almost impossible to talk about it without falling into hyperbole. At the beginning of the book, author Howard W. French tells the ...

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10 must-do things to do in Montreal in 2022

Planning a trip to Montreal? You made the right choice. Although we love Toronto and Vancouver, Montreal has its own character and a much cooler character. If Paris and Brooklyn had a Canadian love child, it would be Montreal. It’s effortlessly hip, a bit exuberant, sophisticated and unapologetically itself. So it goes without saying that there are plenty of exciting ...

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Dominica: French government provides helicopter to help find kidnapped student

Prime Minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit has expressed sadness over the abduction of 12-year-old Kernisha Etienne and ordered that all state resources be used in search and rescue efforts while a demand helicopter assistance from the French government was provided. Skerrit, who is attending the ninth Summit of the Americas in the United States, had posted a vocal statement on ...

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Disney scraps ‘Strange World’ theatrical release in France citing ‘heavy’ movie rules

The Walt Disney Co. SAY is in a row with the French government over theatrical window mandates. The Burbank, Calif.-based entertainment giant is pulling its upcoming animated feature, “Strange World,” from French theaters and sending it straight to the Disney+ streaming service. What happened: In February, France updated its rules on the window between a theatrical release and a streaming ...

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5 Best Online Payday Loans with No Credit Check and Instant Approval in 2022

Payday loans are an accessible form of finance that can come in handy in a number of situations. They help provide short-term financing boosts to consumers across the country. Although no credit check payday loans are not always possible due to lending regulations and certain affordability criteria, there are still several providers who can obtain these short-term loans quickly and ...

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To be fair, we need more equality

By Jonathan Power Plato, the great scholar of ancient Greece, said that the differences between rich and poor should not exceed a ratio of one to four. In the 18th century, the influential writer Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who gave birth to the notion of “social contract”, argued that the invention of private property and excessive accumulation were at the origin of ...

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Brad Pitt claims Angelina Jolie ‘sought to hurt him’

He added that Shefler “has gained notoriety through cutthroat business tactics and questionable professional associations” and that the association with him “jeopardizes the reputation of the Pitt brand so carefully built.” “All of this is a direct result of Jolie’s illegal and tortious conduct,” the documents allege. “In violation of the parties’ agreement, Jolie sought to force Pitt to associate ...

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MOFA opposes statements by France, the United States and the United Nations on the death sentences of four people

He spoke out against the statements made by France, the United States and the UN on the death sentences of four people including U Phyo Zeyar Thaw and U Jimmy alias Kyaw Min Yu, announced the Ministry of Foreign Affairs ( MOFA). MOFA is referred to the statements of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs of the French Republic ...

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Schapiro: A payday loan battle that started with a whimper in Va. ended with a bang | columnists

Jeff Schapiro DEAN HOFFMEYER/TIMES-DISPATCH///////// Jay Speer has campaigned for the Virginia Legislature since his maternity leave: 22 years. And for nearly all, while he and his wife raised two children, both of whom are now out of college, Speer battles the high-cost instant loan industry, arguing that payday and auto title lenders mostly prey on the poor with debt they ...

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Where is the best place to go for a picnic in Greater Boston?

Tell us What do you bring and what makes the day fun for you? A picnic at Maudslay State Park, complete with homemade goat cheese, cherry tomatoes, strawberries, cheese and bread. Globe Staff/Mark Lorenz International Picnic Day is approaching and families and friends may gather to eat outside on June 18. And why not ? Dining in a beautiful park ...

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Bill 96: the EMSB files a legal challenge against the French law in Quebec

The province’s controversial French-language reform law already has its first legal challenge less than two weeks after it was passed in Quebec’s Legislative Assembly. The English-Montreal School Board (EMSB), the largest English-language school board in Quebec with more than 44,000 students, filed a motion in Superior Court seeking a judicial review of Bill 96. In his application, EMSB President Joe ...

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Top 10 historic places to visit in France

The smell and crispness of the old book gives nothing but fulfillment and a sense of appreciation for what the story might bring. France, commonly referred to as the “city of love”, is also known for its well-preserved and maintained historical sites that cover the entire region. Whether it’s ancient monuments, charming cobbled streets or vineyards founded in the 13th ...

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Vienna Congress Redux: how the OSCE can foster peace in Ukraine

The path to a diplomatic resolution of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine remains unclear and, at this stage of the fighting, there is not yet a definitive picture of the borders on which the fighting could end. At this point, it is at least clear that Russia will not turn Ukraine into a puppet state. Beyond that, however, the chances of ...

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What is the law on burning waste in my French garden?

Question from the reader: I want to get rid of some bags of garden waste but I have read that it is not allowed to burn them. Is it correct? French law prohibits residents from lighting a fire in their garden to dispose of bio-waste such as leaves, plants or grass clippings. This applies to both outdoor bonfires and garden ...

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Queen Elizabeth II, Horses and the Platinum Jubilee

Placeholder while loading article actions LONDON — Officially, her title is “Elizabeth II, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and her other realms and territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith.” Missing from the list? Racehorse owner. The Queen is and has been — ever since she was ...

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French government says economic difficulties will persist until 2024

Ramin Mazaheri TV press, Paris The French government has effectively declared that the current economic woes of the people will persist for years. Unprecedented inflation may not pick up again until 2024, which could cause major problems for recently re-elected President Emmanuel Macron. The French government has warned not to expect inflation to return to normal before the end of ...

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Can I have my neighbor prune the trees overhanging my garden in France?

Reader Question: My neighbor has a few trees planted quite close to the side of his yard that borders ours and some branches are starting to hang over our yard. Can I reduce them? You cannot cut the branches yourself because they are legally the property of your neighbor (defined in article 673 of the Civil Code). However, you can ...

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French nationals arrested in Iran amid nuclear talks – The Organization for World Peace

May 11e, Iran announced that it had arrested two European nationals for allegedly trying to sow chaos and “destabilize the country”, according to France 24. French authorities finally established that those arrested were Cécile Kohler, international representative from the education union, and her partner, who disappeared while on vacation in Iran. The Iranian government has accused inmates of encouraging chaos ...

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Sovereign debt level causes new political headache in France – EURACTIV.com

As the European Central Bank (ECB) suggests that raising interest rates is no longer a taboo, the issue of public debt reduction has returned to the French political agenda. EURACTIV France reports. French public debt levels are reaching record highs at 115% of GDP, almost 20 points higher than in 2019. French economic growth projections, which were expected to maintain ...

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The “leave me alone” coalition

I never really liked the whole left-right political construct. A cadre of who sat to the left or right of the King of France during the French Revolution seems meaningless in our current political climate. A question at the time was whether or not the king should have an absolute veto over the will of the people (through his parliament). ...

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