Gold falls after Fed decision and dollar rise

Gold fell on Thursday as a dollar rebound offset bullion support from a relatively less aggressive stance by the US Federal Reserve on interest rate hikes. As expected, the Fed raised its overnight benchmark interest rate by 50 basis points, the biggest hike in 22 years. However, Powell said he was not considering 75 basis […]

Secretary of Security confirms the arrest of an alleged operator of Guerreros Unidos

The undersecretary of Federal Public Security, Ricardo Mejía Berdeja, informed the arrest of Salvador “N”presumed operator of the criminal organization “United Warriors”, and who is linked by the authorities with the Ayotzinapa case. During the press conference of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the undersecretary indicated that Savior “N” was arrested in Morelos on May […]

Jorge Marín spreads his “Wings” to Chicago

On a representative date for Mexico and the United States -May 5- that commemorates the triumph of the Mexican army against the French armies of Napoleon III, the effigy of Benito Juárez, seen in perspective, seems to display the wings of victory in the Plaza of the Americas in Chicagowhere this Thursday afternoon the already […]

Reconciliation Saskatoon honors Red Dress Day

Reconciliation Saskatoon gathered at the River Landing Amphitheater for their quarterly meeting with many people wearing red to honor Red Dress Day. The start of the meeting began with a prayer and acknowledgment of Red Dress Day and what it means to be engaged in the day of awareness for murdered and missing Indigenous women. […]

Vigil marks Red Dress Day in Kitchener

A vigil at the clock tower in Kitchener’s Victoria Park was one of several events organized across the country Thursday to mark the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG), also called Red Dress Day. The Kitchener event was hosted by The Healing of the Seven Generations. Earlier in […]