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  1. "caribbean canadian" is often used to refer to black canadians of caribbean heritage, although this usage can also be controversial because the caribbean is not populated only by people of african origin, but also includes large groups of indo-caribbeans, chinese caribbeans, european caribbeans, syrian or lebanese caribbeans, latinos, and …

  2. Canadians will also pronounce "o" differently. Indian tribes and Indian residents who live in reserves or designated lands qualify for tax relief according to section 87 of the Indian Act, which includes their own property and those of their respective bands. Cat!

  3. “What are we looking at again — another tragedy,” Shanks said. U.S. law enforcement has said a white gunman went into a Buffalo supermarket Saturday in a majority Black neighbourhood and killed 10 people. Three others were wounded. The shooting is being investigated as a federal hate crime and a case of racially motivated violent extremism.

  4. Trudeau’s mask-wearing serves mainly as propaganda in an ongoing attempt to justify his vaccine mandates to Canadians. Required for citizens to board an airplane or train within their own country, the mandates effectively keep many stuck at home and unable to travel, but also can prevent them from working, as being fully jabbed is a condition of employment in some cases.

  5. May 15th 2022, 10:05 am. Freedom for Ukraine apparently matters more than freedoms at home. Image Credit: Alexey Furman/Getty Images. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a surprise visit to Kiev this week. Given that the threat level in the city has been reduced to the point where U2’s Bono can now play an impromptu concert, the real ...

  6. Some people at risk of falling through the cracks are Indigenous peoples, especially in the North, or francophone Canadians who require services in French. I believe the changes made at the committee stage account for this diversity and will ensure that more autistic people benefit from the development of the national framework.

  7. Don’t Know Tough is about football, a sport I find excruciatingly boring (another reason I’ll never fit in here). But I do understand being passionate about a sport—far as I know, though, Canadians don’t attend hockey games played by children they don’t know, the way people here do with, say, middle school football games.

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