On the weekend, a major search was launched for Marta Malek and Maya Mirota, both 16 and from the Kitchener area. Described as experienced campers equipped with a tent and some limited supplies, the teens, who were part of a group camping in the park, had not been seen since Thursday morning. They were reported missing Friday night. Top News. The driving force behind success. Should I stay or should I go?
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Grant Dawson does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. But Harper focused on what he believed Canada needed to get ahead in the world, not on his image and on making Canadians feel good about themselves. This contrasts markedly with the approach under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. How much longer will Canada have to pay the price so Trudeau can remind us that he is a human rights activist? Take, for example, the inquiry into violence against Indigenous women and girls, and the flow of refugees and asylum seekers coming to Canada. Harper resisted creating one , despite years of urging by Indigenous communities, the United Nations and human rights groups.
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An attack in Somalia's port city of Kismayo over the weekend killed 26 people, including the prominent Canadian-Somali journalist Hodan Nalayeh, who returned to her native country with a mission to tell its overlooked stories. Nalayeh, who founded Integration TV, a web-based station aimed at Somalia's global diaspora, was remembered as a generous person who was driven to tell stories that showed a more positive and nuanced side of her native Somalia. Some of Nalayeh's previous social media posts depicting people smiling and going about their lives re-circulated on Twitter as news of her death spread online -- images, people noted in their posts, that were at odds with the depiction of Somalia as a place devastated by decades of civil war, famine and conflict.
You can change your cookie settings at any time. It is an honour to follow the Prime Minister of Somalia who is working so hard to rebuild his country. Let me also thank the Secretary-General, and you Ambassador Antonio for all the African Union has done to ensure that the United Nations and African Union are working together to bring peace and prosperity to the people of Somalia.