Niagara Businesses Hoping to Rebound as COVID Restrictions Lift

Small businesses have been disproportionately affected by the lockdowns. The most vulnerable sectors include accommodation, food services, arts, entertainment, and retail trade. As Ontario slowly comes out of lockdown, some small businesses are cautiously optimistic.

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Author Farzana Doctor On Trauma, Belonging and Female Genital Mutilation

Farzana Doctor, author of “Seven,” makes sure that the characters in her stories are psychologically informed. “There is so much misinformation out there about how people experience and remember trauma. I want to dispel that,” she tells NCM’s Baisakhi Roy.

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People fetch water provided by Solidarités International, an EU-supported aid group, in Yemen's Hodeida Governorate.

Yemen Can’t Afford to Lose Any More Peace Opportunities

Many Canadians may not have heard much about the ongoing war in Yemen, even as the country remains plunged in the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. But international support is needed to keep the country afloat and the peace process moving along.

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Demonstrators hope to bring about social change through the power of protest.

Solidarity with London Family Requires Systemic Change

People across major Canadian cities including Montreal, Mississauga, Winnipeg and Calgary gathered and paid tribute to the Afzaal Family in London, Ont., who was recently the victim of what politicians are calling a terrorist attack. Demonstrators are calling for stronger anti-Islamophobia legislation.

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