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Asian Awareness Month - Recognition, Resilience, and Resolve

Asian Awareness Month - Recognition, Resilience, and Resolve

May 1st marks the first day of Asian Heritage Month in Canada. The theme for 2021 is Recognition, Resilience, and Resolve, which commemorates the Asian diversity in Canadian culture. During Asian Heritage Month, we honour our Asian-Canadians' perseverance and resilience rooted in their contributions to our rich history.  For the last two centuries, Asian immigrants have travelled to Canada for a better life. Since their arrival, Asian-Canadians have brought Canada an abundance of...

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Sergeant Kenton Chance's Retirement

Sergeant Kenton Chance's Retirement

The Association of Black Law Enforcers wishes Kenton Chance all the best on his retirement. He was A.B.L.E's fifth president, serving two terms. Starting his career with the Ministry of Community...

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'A watershed moment':  Canadians react to Derek Chauvin verdict

'A watershed moment': Canadians react to Derek Chauvin verdict

Ben Cousins CTVNews.ca Writer Published Tuesday, April 20, 2021   News article  

News:  Stuff a Cruiser events helps Food Bank stock the shelves

News: Stuff a Cruiser events helps Food Bank stock the shelves

April 2, 2021By Canadian Press   April 2, 2021 – It has been a challenging year for everyone and with so many people staying at home, the Good Shepherd Food Bank in Alliston has...

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