Street Angels find new home to expand services

The Street Angels are out every week feeding hundreds of homeless people, but they themselves did not have a space to call home. “My personal residence looks like a hoarding zone because I used my basement as our storage unit,” said Street Angels co-director Marnie Monroes. The outreach team has been using their own homes […]

Daily progress of the application of the vaccine against Covid-19 in Mexico as of April 17, 2022

CORONAVIRUS INFOGRAPHIC DATA The vaccination program against the coronavirus began on December 24, 2020. For its execution, the doses contracted are available from different global pharmaceutical companies, Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Cansino Biologic, Sputnik and Covax, the production mechanism headed by the Organization World Health Organization (WHO). To this day, this is how vaccination goes in the […]

Sask. hockey player skates to NCAA championship

Prince Albert Minor Hockey product Owen Ozar is an NCAA Division 1 hockey champion. His University of Denver Pioneers came from behind in the third period of the championship game to beat Minnesota State 5-1, making it nine national titles in Denver men’s hockey history. For the freshman, college hockey wasn’t his first choice. “I […]

Hotel occupancy in Querétaro rebounded 85% for Easter

Queretaro, Qro. During the first week of the vacation period, preliminary reports from state hotel associations report having reached an average occupancy of 60%, an indicator that on Friday and Saturday rose to between 80 and 85%, reported the Secretary of Tourism of Queretaro. However, in the state’s semi-desert, the Magic Town of Cadereyta de […]

Florida schools are confused after textbooks tossed about ‘awakening’ theories

Florida schools and families faced questions after the Department of Education rejected a record number of math textbooks, offering few details about the books’ content or accusations from state officials that textbook companies books attempted to indoctrinate students on topics such as critical race theory. School districts, including some that have already adopted textbooks for […]

TTC purchases more hybrid buses

Article content The TTC took another turn on the way to a greener future with the purchase of up to 565 hybrid-electric buses. Article content Toronto Councilor and TTC Commissioner Brad Bradford said the plan is to ensure the fleet of vehicles leave an ever smaller carbon footprint. “It’s about greening our fleet, of course, […]

BookFest Equinox offers a taste of the literary arts

Article content Turning a page on virtual gatherings, Windsor’s annual literary festival BookFest/Festival du Livre is returning later this year as an in-person event, say organizers who are also planning a new event called BookFest Equinox. Article content “We’ve done, last year and the year before I believe, online (events) so we thought it would […]