Saturday, 31 Oct 2020

Iranian man appears in French court over migrant boat tragedy

An Iranian man has appeared before a judge in France after a migrant boat sank in the English Channel, leaving at least four people dead. The 37-year-old suspect is believed to have been piloting the vessel when it capsized off the coast of Dunkirk on Tuesday. He faced an investigative judge on Friday, with a […]

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A new nationwide lockdown in France prompts an exodus from Paris.

Thousands of people left Paris on Thursday, just hours before France went into its second nationwide lockdown, clogging the city with massive traffic jams as many sought to be confined in the countryside and less crowded areas. Incredible traffic jam in Paris as people try to leave the city before 9 pm curfew and before […]

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Feds to announce more coronavirus supports for Indigenous communities

OTTAWA — More federal financial support is on its way to help Indigenous people and communities cope with the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce today additional funding, targeted specifically at child care, education and infrastructure. The new money is on top of more than $2.2 billion […]

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