Day: July 18, 2022

Court approves sale of 42 Catholic church properties to settle abuse victims claims

The sale of the Basilica Cathedral, as well as 11 other churches, has been approved to settle abuse victim claims. (Heather Barrett/CBC) The Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador has approved the sale of 42 properties belonging to the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of St. John’s, including 12 churches, as dozens more church property sales […]

Scotiabank, Families in Action team to train youths

News Ken Chee Hing 10 Minutes Ago From left, Scotiabank’s Stacy Dhanessar, Senior Manager, Human Resources; Lisa Bholai, Manager, Staffing, Recruitment and Selection and Nazra Mohammed, Assistant Manager, Staffing, Recruitment and Selection during a virtual interview preparation and resume writing workshop as part of the bank’s recent collaboration with Families in Action to train young […]

Who was policing Ford’s Hamilton campaign stop in May? New questions arise on airport, OPP role

Questions continue to swirl about who was making decisions and on what grounds when it came to removing protesters outside a Doug Ford campaign stop at Hamilton’s airport in May, amid new details from the airport and provincial police. Despite saying she was not protesting, Toronto lawyer Caryma Sa’d was arrested at the May 26 event, in the lead up to the […]

Life goes on after SEA

News Yvonne Webb 5 Hrs Ago Supermarket Association of TT president Rajiv Diptee with cancer patient and successful SEA student Sidara Akalloo at the Mayaro Past Pupils Association top 20 SEA Awards on July 9. – YVONNE WEBB CANCER patient Sidara Akalloo who defied all odds to sit and pass the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) […]

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