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Being Ukrainian Orthodox in a Time of War: Part One

By Myrna Kostash I began writing this post near the end of February 2022, on tenterhooks along with much of the world about the likelihood...

The whiskey war is over! Denmark and Canada already have a land border

After 100 years, the island of Hans in the Arctic Ocean was divided The territorial dispute between Denmark and Canada over the island of Hans,...

Justin Trudeau: “Canada, the EU, and our partners are facing a defining moment”

Addressing MEPs, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, stressed that NATO and the EU are more resolved and united than ever and that pressure on Putin must be increased.

Archaeologists discover the oldest English coin from the reign of Henry VII in Canada

Researchers have suggested several versions of how this coin could end up in Canada. In the course of their recent excavations, archaeologists have uncovered in...

Mobile Museum of Tolerance

The Mobile Museum of Tolerance is the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s newest educational initiative, bringing world-class learning experiences to communities across the state of Illinois. The...

A WAVE OF ARSTERS AND DECLINATIONS OF CHURCHES RUN IN CANADA

Over the past several weeks, more than 20 churches of various denominations in different provinces of Canada have been burned or vandalized, media reported.

Thousands of animals literally boiled off the coast of Canada

This was reported by Chris Harley, a marine biologist at the University of British Columbia. He told the BBC that he was "stunned" by the discovery.

Burning churches and demolished monuments: The anger of the Indians in Canada erupted

Father Sylvester Obi Ibeque is devastated. When he arrived at the Church of the Sacred Heart on the morning of June 21, where he had been preaching for years, only smoke, ashes, and other smoldering ruins remained. He feels powerless and far from alone.

Elderly people die in their homes in Canada due to lack of air conditioning

The heat wave, which began a week ago, has already killed at least 500 people in Canada. The country's armed forces were ready to help evacuate cities and fight more than 170 forest fires in the western part of the country, Deutsche Welle reported. At least 177 fires have been active in the western province of British Columbia, 76 of which have occurred in the past two days, authorities said. Most are caused by lightning. . "We saw about 12,000 lightning strikes on Friday," said Cliff Chapman, director of the British Columbia Fire Department. Lisa LaPoint, director of the Department of Ecology in British Columbia, the region most affected by the "heat dome", said the number of sudden deaths in the past week had risen to 719. LaPoint explained that this figure was three times higher than normal for this period, so that almost 500 deaths were due to the heat wave that triggered the thermometers in the province, to unprecedented figures, such as 49.6 degrees Celsius in the interior of British Columbia.

Freezing find: A mass grave of more than 200 children was found in Canada

From the 19th century to the 1970s, more than 150,000 local children were required to visit local boarding schools. In place of the once largest...
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