Toronto, Tuesday May 19, 2020. Over 300 Canadian Ghanaians stranded in Ghana have returned home to Canada. Their Ethiopian Airline plane landed at Toronto Airport at 5:47pm. Most of the Passengers I spoke to have different stories to tell and these will be featured in the upcoming Ghanaian News. In the meantime they thanked Canadian Government for the relief flight and also thanked Ghana Union for coordinating it.
A popular Syrian restaurant in Toronto’s West Queen West neighbourhood is permanently closing its doors after the owners said their family and staff received “numerous hate messages” and death threats over the past week. Soufi’s, which is run by the Alsoufi family, came under fire last week after the son of the restaurant’s owners was […]
TORONTO — Less than a year after freezing driver and vehicle fees in Ontario, the Progressive Conservative government is considering raising them again, while bracing for a “negative reaction.” In a proposal quietly posted to a regulatory registry for public comment, the government says it is seeking to introduce annual fee increases of two per […]
G7 Summit: President Macron and G7 leaders provide Bank’s Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa (AFAWA) initiative with $251 million
AFAWA aims to raise up to $5 billion for African women entrepreneurs and the African Development Bank will provide $1 billion financing BIARRITZ, France, August 26, 2019/ — French President Emmanuel Macron and G7 leaders on Sunday approved a package totalling $251 million in support of the African Development Bank’s (www.AfDB.org) AFAWA initiative to support […]