Published: Jun 08, 2022
To commemorate World Refugee Day on June 20, UNHCR Thailand has teamed up with the US Embassy in Bangkok, the Canadian Embassy, the Embassy of Denmark, Paragon Cineplex, Documentary Club, TV Burabha and PlanToys to organise the 11th Refugee Film Festival.
Published: Apr 06, 2022
As Russia produces goods that are also produced in large quantities in Canada (crude oil, natural gas, grains, lumber, metals, fertilizer, etc.), export values could be indirectly affected by higher demand and substantial price increases, given the consequences of the conflict on the future supply of these goods, Statistics Canada explained.
Published: Dec 17, 2021
The remaining members of a U.S.-based Christian missionary group who were kidnapped in Haiti in October have been released, Haiti national police spokesman Gary Desrosiers told The Washington Post on Thursday.
Published: May 22, 2021
Katherine Barber, a lexicographer who served as founding editor in chief of the Canadian Oxford Dictionary, a tome that codified a long-neglected argot with definitive entries on such linguistic gems as "gotchies" (slang for underpants) and "jambuster" (a jelly doughnut), died April 24 at a hospice center in Toronto. She was 61.
Published: May 20, 2021
Consumer prices in Canada climbed at the fastest rate in a decade, outpacing estimates and potentially fueling concerns that the country -- much of which is still in lockdown -- is entering a period of persistent inflation.