Vancouver Police Pull 7 Limousines and Party Buses Off Road, Citing Safety Concerns – BC | The Canadian News

Vancouver police pulled seven limousines and party buses off the roads last weekend, citing safety concerns about the vehicles’ operation and condition. Officers recommended thousands of dollars in fines in the “security bombing” for violations such as inoperable emergency exits, open liquor, broken seat belts and lack of emergency breaks. They examined five limousines and […]

Quebec advocates say disabled women are more vulnerable to domestic violence – Montreal | The Canadian News

Quebec has seen large numbers of female homicide victims in 2021, highlighting a disturbing situation that many call a crisis. Advocates, however, say that when it comes to domestic abuse, women living with disabilities have long been ignored. “I’m really concerned about women with disabilities,” said Sandra Gualtieri, a woman with cerebral palsy who has […]

Caintra and Prodecon sign an agreement to advise MSMEs in complicated tax procedures

Monterrey, NL. The Chamber of the Transformation Industry of Nuevo León (Caintra) signed a collaboration agreement with the Taxpayer Defense Attorney (Prodecon), to support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (Mipymes) with advice, defense and tax training in procedures before the Tax Administration Service (SAT), Infonavit and IMSS. Guillermo Dillon Montaña, general director of Caintra Nuevo […]

NS Prime Minister Criticizes Halifax Mooseheads for Changing Game Date to Beat COVID-19 Rules | The Canadian News

The decision to advance a Halifax Mooseheads hockey game one day to seemingly circumvent the new COVID-19 restrictions does not sit well with fans, or the prime minister’s office. The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) team alerted ticket holders Tuesday that their Friday game against Acadie-Bathurst has been moved one day earlier to Thursday. […]

Rapid Omicron Spread Forces Hamilton To Consider More Local COVID-19 Restrictions – Hamilton | The Canadian News

Hamilton’s health medical officer says a recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the city appears to be related to the Omicron variant “taking off” faster than originally anticipated. During a public health update Tuesday afternoon, the city’s top physician says additional local restrictions are being actively considered due to “increasing pressure” on the city’s contact […]

New COVID Measures May Be Announced This Week, Suggests Ontario’s Top Doctor | Watch news videos online

During a press conference Tuesday, Ontario’s top physician told reporters that he is making recommendations to the provincial government in light of the spread of the Omicron variant. Brittany Rosen has more information on what’s to come and current advice from the province. thecanadianThe Canadian News Canada’s largets news curation site with over 20+ […]

Man facing sexual assault charges and working under the guise of a traditional healer: RCMP | The Canadian News

The Saskatchewan RCMP says more victims have come forward in an ongoing sexual assault investigation that began more than seven months ago. On April 26, the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) sex crimes unit was informed that a woman had been sexually assaulted. Read more: Man Faces Sexual Assault Charges After Saskatoon Police Investigation Following an […]

The best English courses in Mexico

If you wonder what is the best English course, you should know that the educational offer regarding this subject is varied. And it is that how many times have we heard that “English is a universal language”, or that “English is the language of business”. This influences that more and more people want to learn […]

The United States Senate approves an increase to the debt ceiling to 31.4 trillion dollars and sends it to the House of Representatives

Washington.- The Senate of the United States approved to increase the debt limit of the federal government at $ 2.5 trillion, to about $ 31.4 trillion, and referred the measure to the House of Representatives to avoid unprecedented breach. The 50-49 party vote follows a months-long showdown between Democrats and Republicans, with the latter seeking […]