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Orthodox Christmas 2024: Premier Doug Ford Extends Heartfelt Wishes to Ontario

  Doug Ford, Premiere of Ontario Premier Doug Ford Extends Heartfelt Wishes for a Joyful Orthodox Christmas in Ontario As Orthodox Canadians gather to celebrate the sacred occasion of Orthodox Christmas, the Premier of Ontario and Leader of the Ontario PC Party, Doug Ford, extends warm wishes for a blessed and joyous day spent with friends and family. In a message of unity and goodwill, he wishes everyone, regardless of cultural background, a Merry Christmas. Orthodox Christmas, observed on January 7 by communities such as the Ukrainian and Egyptian, holds a special place in the hearts of many Ontarians. Premier Doug Ford recognizes the diversity of traditions and cultures within the province, emphasizing a common message of "Peace on Earth and goodwill to all" that transcends dates and origins. Who is Doug Ford? Doug Ford, a distinguished businessman and leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario, brings a rich legacy of public service rooted in his family histo

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre Strongly Condemns Anti-Hindu Comments in Canada

Pierre Poilievre Canada's Conservative Leader Condemns Hate Amid Diplomatic Tensions with India In a time of heightened diplomatic tensions between Canada and India, Canada's Conservative leader, Pierre Poilievre, has taken a stand against hate and discrimination. Poilievre recently declared, "Every Canadian deserves to live without fear and feel welcomed in their community," in response to recent hateful comments targeting Hindus in Canada. Conservatives, including Poilievre, are unequivocally condemning these prejudiced remarks directed at their Hindu neighbors and friends. They are emphasizing the invaluable contributions that the Hindu community has made to every facet of Canadian society, emphasizing that Hindus will always be welcome in Canada. The diplomatic tensions between Canada and India have escalated recently due to various factors. India has suspended visa services for Canadians until further notice, citing "operational reasons." This move come

Anita Anand: A Reverent Homecoming to the Vedanta Ashram Society in Nova Scotia, Canada

  Anita Anand, MP for Oakville Introduction: In the bustling world of Canadian politics, one figure stands out not only for her dedication to public service but also for her deep-rooted connection to her family's past. Anita Anand, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Oakville and President of the Treasury Board in Canada, recently had the privilege of visiting the Vedanta Ashram Society as they celebrated their remarkable 50 years of serving the community. For Anita, this visit was more than just a ceremonial event; it was an opportunity to feel close to her parents' memories and honor the legacy they left behind. A Family Legacy: Anita's parents emigrated to Nova Scotia in the 1960s, seeking a better life and brighter opportunities in Canada. Their journey was marked by hope, determination, and the vision of a brighter future for their family. The Vedanta Ashram Society held a special place in their hearts, and they frequently visited the temple as a way to connect with thei

Canada PM Justin Trudeau Latest Update on Covid-19

Canada PM Justin Trudeau Latest Update on Covid-19 As COVID-19 continues to spread, we are taking every precaution to minimize the health, economic, and social impacts of the virus in Canada. And today, we announced a billion-dollar COVID-19 Response Fund to address the impacts of the virus on our country and to keep you safe. This fund will provide money to the provinces and territories to support our health care system. That’s more money for surgical masks, face shields, testing, and equipment they need to address the outbreak. It will also help fund vaccine development and support clinical trials. On the economic front, we know the virus is having a disruptive impact on businesses, and on workers. No one should have to worry about their job if they have to be quarantined, and no employer should feel like they have to lay off a worker because of COVID-19. So to support workers, we will waive the mandatory one-week waiting period for Employment Insurance sickness benefi