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Minorities In The Workplace: Foreign Educational
Credentials Not Seen As On Par With Canadian
…visible minority managers,
professionals and executives experienced lower rates
of career satisfaction….
New Research Findings by Catalyst and Ryerson
TORONTO, Feb. 28 /CNW/ -
Preliminary findings from a national research
study by Catalyst Canada and the Diversity Institute
in Management and Technology at Ryerson University
sheds new light on the recognition of foreign
educational credentials. The study, which examines the
career development and advancement of visible
minorities in Corporate Canada, is based on the
responses from more than 6000 professionals, managers
and executives in Canadian corporations and
professional service firms. These findings are part of
a larger study in progress: Career Advancement in
Corporate Canada: A Focus on Visible Minorities.
Portrait Of Canadian Seniors
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
With millions of baby boomers knocking on the door,
Canada's seniors are poised to become an even more
heterogeneous crowd than they are today, according to a
new statistical profile of people 65 years and over.
The report suggests that over the coming years, what it
means to be a "senior" could undergo an important
re-assessment, especially as the baby boom generation
For one thing, seniors are living longer. Near the
beginning of the 20th Century, the average 65-year-old
Canadian could expect to live another 13.3 years. In 2003,
this individual could expect to live another 19.2 years.
Even in the short span between 1991 and 2003, life
expectancy at the age of 65 in Canada increased by 1.2
Seniors themselves are changing. Financially, they are
much better off than they were a quarter century ago. They
are better educated, they are Internet savvy and they are
Canada's growing gap at new 30-year high
Majority of families working harder,
March 1, 2007 TORONTO -
Canadian families are putting in more work time, yet most
- 80% of them - are getting a smaller share of Canada's
growing economy, says a study by the Canadian Centre for
Policy Alternatives (CCPA).
The study finds Canada's income gap between the rich and
poor is growing, largely because the lion's share of
Canada's economic growth is going to the richest 10% of
families. It's not going to the majority, the 80% of
families earning under a $100,000.
"Canada's gap is growing at a time when Canadian families
are playing by all the rules - working harder,
contributing to a growing economy - but most aren't
getting payback," says study author Armine Yalnizyan,
research fellow with the CCPA.
Brown Wants Compulsory Community Work For Immigrants
UK World News | Home
Posted on : Wed, 28
Feb 2007 12:16:01 GMT | Author :
News Category : UK
prime minister-in-waiting Gordon Brown said immigrants
seeking citizenship of the country should participate in
community work before they aspire to become citizens.
The chancellor of the exchequer said citizenship should go
with rights as well as responsibilities and it should be a
contract. It is necessary that those who want to become
British citizens should demonstrate that they are ready to
contribute to their new home, he told a seminar on
Britishness at the Commonwealth club in London Tuesday. He
added such a method will help foster a "stronger sense of
national purpose" among the immigrants wanting to make
Britain their home.
Brown also said the requirement of community work should
go with the requirement of the immigrants learning English
and acquiring a fair knowledge about British history and
Brown, however, did not give any details of the plans he
professed, including funding.
However, he gave an outline, saying, "Being a British
citizen is about more than a test, more than a ceremony;
it's a kind of contract between the citizen and the
country involving rights but also involving
responsibilities that will protect and enhance the British
way of life. Citizenship means there are common rules and
accepted standards. There is now agreement with the
proposition I made some time ago that for new citizens,
learning English should be a requirement. New citizens
should have an understanding of our history and our
Canadian International Development Agency has
failed to make a difference in Africa for the
last four Decades…says Senate committee
Excerpt from : Mike Blanchfield,
CanWest News Service; Ottawa Citizen
Published: Friday, February 16, 2007
OTTAWA - The
government should consider disbanding the
Canadian International Development Agency
because it has failed to make a difference in
Africa for the last four decades, a Senate
report recommended Thursday.
"Given the failure of the Canadian
International Development Agency (CIDA) in
Africa over the past 38 years to make an
effective foreign aid difference, the
government of Canada should conduct an
immediate review of whether or not this
organization should continue to exist in its
present non-statutory form," says the Senate
foreign affairs committee in a report that was
two years in the making and heard from
hundreds of witnesses.
Since 1968, CIDA has spent $12.4 billion in
Sub-Sahran Africa, but has little to show for
it. Part of the problem, the report says, is
81 per cent of CIDA staff is based in the
Ottawa area - not in Africa.
Earthly Memorial No Substitute For Heavenly Bliss
From Western Catholic Reporter
Word Made Flesh
By MARIA KOZAKIEWICZ
This time of the year I am into tree catalogues. I crave the
feel of earth on my hands and the promise of a seedling. It
is also typical that the deeper the snow and the lower the
temperatures, the taller and long-lived trees I choose.
I was far less interested in trees when I was young. I loved
the annuals, fast growing, short lived and bright.
Now that I am older, I turn to Burr oaks and Colorado
spruces which will outlive me by many decades.
One day last spring, as I was pressing the earth around a
tiny Lodgepole pine, I stopped and suddenly realized that
all that planting was a race against time - that I was
trying to outlive my own death. The next thought was, "Am I
still a Christian? Where is my faith?"
I professionally dabble in antiquity and belief system of
pre-Christian societies. In the Iliad, the famous ancient
Greek epic telling the story of the Trojan War, the main
hero of this war, Achilles, chooses a short life - a price
for immortal glory because only glory would make him
The afterlife was believed to be a gloomy place, filled with
shadows nursing old grievances and wounds, their sins
unrepented and unjudged. The true existence was on earth and
All pagan ancient literature is filled with fear of the
final non-existence or grim half-existence as a shadow. This
resulted in intense longing for some kind of earthly
immortality, be it a grand mausoleum, a statue, one's own
name inscribed on a slab of stone, a poem, a story of one's
life in the book.
"Non omnis moriar" - "I shall not die wholly," says one poet
"because my poetry will survive."
Or - non omnis moriar - because that Burr oak will keep
growing even when the hands which planted it have become
Where is my faith?
Compared with the ancient Greeks, Romans, even the Egyptians
- we, the Christians, are unbelievably spoilt. Our Father is
the Creator of the universe, who is in heaven. His Son
opened this heaven to us at a price of his own life.
"Our citizenship is in heaven," says the Apostle. This is
our destiny, not gloomy Hades. We will not be shadows,
either. Lord Jesus Christ "will change our lowly body to
conform with his glorified body." What else do we need, do I
need - to live in the state of perpetual joy?
The answer is: faith, the same kind of a blind faith that
This old, childless husband of a barren wife had every
reason to doubt God's promise.
The promise was absolutely, completely irrational. How could
an old man father a child or a post-menopausal woman, barren
all her life, give birth? Therefore, how could their
descendants be as numerous as the stars?
All Abraham's life experience must have been rising within
him in rebellion at God's words. Yet he trusted and believed
- how great was the effort we do not know. All we know is
that "Abram put his faith in the Lord, who credited it to
him as an act of righteousness" - and the promise was
God willing, I will plant a few trees this spring yet. But I
will try to do it as a thanksgiving for my citizenship in
News Clips from Goa
India Inc Sees Positive
Growth For Economy
New Delhi, Feb 28 (IANS) Leaders of the Indian industry hope
for a positive growth trajectory of the Indian economy in the
light of the Economic Survey 2006-07 presented by Finance
Minister P. Chidambaram in the parliament here Tuesday.
"It is credit worthy for the finance minister that he has
promised to contain fiscal deficit to 2.8 percent with GDP
growth, touching 9.2 percent growth rate to push up education,
health and tame inflation," said Venugopal N. Dhoot,
president, Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of
According to Dhoot, inflation, education and health remain
prime areas for concern for the finance minister with
agriculture growth staggering at 2.7 percent and thereby its
share in GDP dipping to 18.5 percent.
Assocham was also content with the growth registered by
services and industry.
Kudos have also poured in from the Confederation of Indian
Industry (CII), according to which, "India is now poised for
the next wave of growth, having comprehensively established
its strong economic fundamentals through two consecutive years
of nine percent plus GDP growth".
"The economy is on an unprecedented growth momentum and this
is a unique opportunity for India to build on this with
further rapid economic reforms," R. Seshasayee, president of
CII, said in a statement.
Telecom tycoon Sunil Bharti Mittal, who is also vice president
of CII, said: "The current growth rate of 11.2 percent is very
healthy and the consistent growth of this (services) sector
has been a key driver of the Indian economy."
Habil Khorakiwala, president, Federation of India Chamber of
Commerce and Industry (FICCI) lauded the government's emphasis
on the growth of the social sector, especially in education,
health and poverty alleviation.
According to him, the quality of the social sector can be
improved through a public-private partnership (PPP) model.
The Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) also expressed
concern over the slow growth of the social sector.
"Immediate steps should be taken, including higher budgetary
allocation for education, health etc to ensure that the fruits
of reforms are permeated to the grassroots and common man is
brought to the mainstream," said Deepak Pahwa, president, IACC.
According to the CII, food grain production needs to be
revamped in the agricultural sector to check the declining
contribution of the sector to the country's GDP.
GEORGE, Maria Idinha, beloved
wife of the late Ex Kampala C.J. George, passed away peacefully
at the McCall Centre, Toronto on Monday, February 26, 2007,
surrounded by her loving family. Lovingly remembered by her five
daughters and four sons-in-law, Edith and Celly, Essie, Elma and
Louis, Eurema and Roland, Greta and Vivian. Dear grandmother of
eight grandchildren and spouses, and eight great-grandchildren.
Family will receive friends at Scott Funeral Home, 420 Dundas
St. Funeral Mass held in St. Patrick's Church, Mississauga on
Thursday, March 1, 2007 followed by a reception in celebration
of her life.
People Places and Things
Appointed to the Order of Canada
Jacques, co-founder of Jacques Whitford, a North
American leader in environmental engineering,
scientific and management disciplines, has been
appointed to the Order of Canada, the country’s
highest honour for lifetime achievement.
Established in 1967, the Order of Canada recognizes
outstanding achievement and service in various fields
of human endeavour. The three different levels of
membership – Companion, Officer and Member – honour
citizens whose accomplishments vary in degree and
Jacques has been elected as an Officer for his
outstanding contributions to the field of engineering.
“It’s a tremendous honour to be selected among
thousands of outstanding citizens,” says Jacques.
“Canada is a great country and I am proud to have the
opportunity to contribute to its growth, with the
support of so many exceptional colleagues and
Born and raised in Goa, India, Hector J. Jacques began
his career in geotechnical engineering after
completing his master’s degree from the Technical
University of Nova Scotia, today part of Dalhousie
University. In 1972, he and fellow graduate Michael
Whitford founded Jacques Whitford. Starting with only
a handful of employees, the firm has become one of the
largest and most innovative in the environmental
engineering industry. Jacques served as President and
Chief Executive Officer from the firm’s inception
until 2003, leading the company through remarkable
growth over the years. As Jacques Whitford celebrates
its 35th anniversary this year, Jacques continues to
provide leadership and guidance for the company in his
current role as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Excellency the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean,
Governor General of Canada, announced the appointment
of the 87 new members on Tuesday, February 20, 2007. A
ceremony will be hosted at a later date to present the
appointees with their insignia - a maple leaf on a
stylized snowflake inscribed with the motto of the
Order, Desiderantes Meliorem Patriam, meaning, “They
desire a better country.”
For profile of Hector Jacques go to
The Order of Canada was established in 1967 to
recognize significant achievements by Canadians. It is
the highest civilian honour.
There are three levels: Member, Officer, and Companion
(which is the highest).
The middle level is officer of the order, a
recognition of a lifetime of achievement, especially
in service to Canada or to all of humanity. A maximum
of 64 are appointed each year.
Canada Reads Winner
Lullabies for Little Criminals by
Published in 2006 by
The Song of
by Anosh Irani
Published in 2006 by Vintage Canada / Random House
The Song of Kahunsha is a story of violence and love,
poverty and hope, despair and the saving grace of the
imagination.Ten-year-old Chamdi, a sensitive and precocious boy,
has rarely ventured from his home, a Bombay orphanage.
He entertains an idyllic fantasy of what the city is
like outside the building's gates, picturing an Eden
of colours and delights where he will one day find the
father he barely remembers. He calls this mirage
Kahunsha, "the city of no sadness."
When he runs away from the orphanage, Chamdi finds
that the real Bombay is very different from his
dreams. He is aided by a worldly wise young brother
and sister, who are themselves struggling to survive
and care for their ailing mother and infant sibling.
His friendship with them is a lifeline, but draws him
into the clutches of a thief master named Anand Bhai.
The Song of Kahunsha also explores the undercurrents
of Bombay's contemporary politics and social unrest.
Irani's second novel was published in the spring of
2006, only months before racially-motivated riots in
Bombay again were being reported worldwide.
Defended by Donna Morrissey
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Events in Canada - 2007
Events of 2007
Sunday, June 3rd,
Aldona Association Toronto
The Feast of St. Thomas - 32nd
Annual Aldona Social Location: Payal Banquet Hall, 3410
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June 10, 2007
Villagers of Siolim Association - Greater Toronto Area
Celebration St Anthony's Feast at Woodbine Banquet Hall &
Convention Centre at 12 noon.
details to follow
Sunday, July 22nd 2007.
a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Park, Etobicoke Site No. 7 (Elmcrest Rd & Rathburn Rd).
Details to Follow
Saturday, September 15th, 2007
Annual Calangute Social. Holy
Mass at 5:00 pm followed by Social
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30th September 2007
At Claireport Place
65 Claireport Crescent Etobicoke
(Hwy 27 & Albion Rd)
Holy Mass at 12:00 Noon
Followed by Buffet Lunch and Entertainment
To The Music of: "DJ FATZ"
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TORONTO EAST GOAN
SENIORS ASSOCIATION (T E G S A) - 2007 Events
Mark these dates on your calendar and stay tuned
for further details. You will be contacted by
e-mail or telephone. If you have a change in your
contact information, please contact our
Communications Co-ordinator, Uvy Lopes – (416)
Mega Whist Drive
(Organized by Joe Lobo and Christine Rodrigues)
Dinner: $8.00 per person. Limited Tables
Contact: Vicki D’Souza – 416-497-5111
Charles Fernandes – 416-286-8970
Joan Menezes – 905-927-0895
Presentation and Talk
by representatives of Catholic Cemeteries:
Frank Janetta and Trevor Foster Highland Funeral
Home – Eric Sibly
Legal Aspects – Adrian Malcolm
B I N G O Tea and Coffee will be served
WINTER SPECIAL – Wipe
out those Winter Blues
Special Musical Performance by JAZZ TRIO led by
singer, guitarist and record artist, Jake Hiebert
DINNER: $10.00 per person
B I N G O
Back by popular demand another live presentation
THEATRE – “At the Hop” Bingo
Annual General Meeting
Blast from the Past: Musical Interlude “A
nostalgic trip down
12:00 noon – 5:00 p.m.
Talent Day (not a contest)
- by the children and grandchildren of members
Surprise Performance –
Bring in Summer with a Bang!
All events will be held at Commander Hall Arena,
Click to download form to join TEGSA or renew
membership for 2007
55 PLUS GOAN ASSOCIATION
– West GTA
Our List of Trips for 2007
Click for trip list
Join 55 PGA to
Niagara Falls on
June 2, 2007 to see OH
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Sat - Sept 03
Mon 2007 (Labour Day
Join 55 PGA to a 3 DAY
Click for Details
Our Events, & Activities for 2007
- The Annual General
Meeting : March 22, 2007, @ 7.00 p.m.
at St. Martin of Tours Parish Hall, 1290 McBride
(nearest intersection Burnhamthorpe Road & Erindale
Members can receive ‘Notice of Meeting & 2006 Report’ by
sending E-mail to
- Our Second Anniversary
Dance: Saturday, June 09, 2007, @ 6.30 p.m.
at the Renaissance Convention Centre. Details to follow.
You can reserve your table by sending E-mail to
- Summer Picnic in the
Park - Sunday July 15, 2007
East (TEGSA) meets West (55PGA) Picnic.
Erindale Park., at Dundas and Mississauga Road.
Picnic Coordinator: Juliet Rebello
- Our Popular Christmas
Dance. Once again a sit-down dinner dance at the Oasis
Convention Centre. Details to follow.
Our Monthly Socials will take place every 3rd Tuesday
- We have a new
venue for our monthly socials !!
The Gateway Centre for New Canadians,
3450 Wolfdale Road, Mississauga, ON L5C 2V6
(Just south of Burnhamthorpe Rd)
See location and directions at:
The first event “Getting To Know You “
will take place on April 17, 2006 @ 6.30 p.m.
This include a “Rice & Curry” Dinner – Tickets $10.00
Members Only – Send request for reservation to
- Further Events will take
place – same venue – same time May 15, 2007 & June 19,
Details to follow.
Toronto East Goan
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Pursuant to the TEGSA Constitution, members are hereby
notified that the Annual General Meeting of the
Toronto East Goan Seniors Association, will be held on
Sunday, March 25, 2007, @ 1:30 p.m. at Commander Hall,
140 Commander Blvd. Scarborough .
1. President's Opening
2. To confirm minutes of the last Annual General Body
Meeting held on March 26th 2006.
3. Matters arising therefrom.
4. To adopt the Executive Committee's Annual Report
5. To adopt the Statement of Accounts for the year
6. Any other business, provided notice is given in
writing addressed to the General Secretary at
email@example.com no later than March 11, 2007.
55 Plus Goan
Association –West GTA
Notice of Annual General Meeting
The Annual General meeting of the 55 Plus Goan
Association –West GTA, will be held on March 22, 2007,
@ 7.00 p.m. at St. Martin of Tours Parish Hall, 1290
McBride Avenue, Mississauga.
1. Message of Welcome by Chairperson.
2. General Secretary’s Report
3. Treasurer’s Financial Report
4. Auditors Review
5. Discussion of 2006 Report & Financial Statements
6. Approval of 2006 Report & Financial Statements
7. Social Secretary Events for 2007
8. Trip Coordinator Program for 2007
9. Any other Business
(Refreshments will be served)
Hon. General Secretary
For further information e-mail:
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Broadcast of Cricket World Cup in Canada gains RBC support
TORONTO, Feb. 27 /CNW/ -
The largest cricket event in the world - Cricket World Cup
2007 - will be broadcast live throughout Canada, with the
support of RBC, on the Asian Television Network (ATN). RBC
has signed an agreement with ATN to be the exclusive
financial institution to advertise throughout their
broadcasts of Cricket World Cup 2007, which is being held in
the Caribbean from March 13 to April 28, 2007.
"In a country as diverse as Canada, cricket is a treasured
part of the culture of so many of our communities,"
explained Mark Whitmell, RBC's director of Cultural Markets.
"We want to help ensure that cricket fans across our country
have the opportunity to celebrate this World Cup, and to
enable those new to the sport to learn from the best the
world has to offer."
This is RBC's second major cricket-related announcement,
following an agreement last month that the company would be
the presenting sponsor of "Legends of Cricket Live," being
held in Toronto's Rogers Centre on March 3, 2007. This event
is bringing world-class cricket stars from Pakistan and
India to Canada and is the first all-star, international
cricket event to be held on Canadian soil in more than 15
The Cricket World Cup - held once every four years - will be
hosted by nine Caribbean countries, with matches beginning
in Jamaica and concluding in Barbados. A total of 51 matches
will take place over 47 days, with each match expected to
last eight to nine hours. Competing teams will include
Canada, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Kenya, New
Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies,
Zimbabwe, Bermuda, Ireland, Scotland and the Netherlands.
Health & Wellness
Tips To Reduce
ASQ Quarterly Quality Report
Offers Tools to Assist Tax Procrastinators
MILWAUKEE, February 28 /CNW/
- Nearly 14 million Americans will wait
until the very last minute to submit their income tax
returns, according to the IRS. For many of these tax
filers, completing returns is a nail-biting exercise
The latest Quarterly Quality Report released by the
American Society for Quality (ASQ), focuses on how
quality tools typically used by businesses can help
individuals make tax filing less traumatic.
"For years businesses have applied quality strategies
to meet deadlines, avoid errors and increase revenue,"
says Debra Owens, an ASQ course instructor and
spokesperson. "It just makes sense for you and me to
use some of these same basic tools to accurately
prepare our taxes."
Taxpayers who have the greatest angst this time of
year are usually the least disciplined when it comes
to organizing. The Quality Report offers a detailed
checklist of quality tools that can help make tax
The Forgotten Disease Comes Back to Haunt Survivors
TORONTO, Feb. 28 /CNW/ -
A forgotten disease little understood by most
Canadians continues to cause disability today.
For most Canadians, polio is merely another part of
routine immunization. Most believe that the havoc
wreaked by the polio virus across Canada in the
mid-half of the twentieth century is safely in the
past. But for tens of thousands of Canadians who
survived polio, there is tragedy still to come. It is
estimated that the majority of the over 125,000 polio
survivors in Canada are unaware that their bodies are
like ticking time-bombs that at any moment could
suddenly unleash post-polio syndrome.
Little understood by most doctors, in the 1980's
medical researchers confirmed that many survivors of
polio would develop post-polio syndrome later in life,
a condition with symptoms that include weakness,
fatigue, breathing and swallowing problems and muscle
atrophy. In fact, it is estimated that up to 50 to 70
percent of polio survivors may experience the
disabling effects of post-polio syndrome 25 to 45
years after their initial recovery from polio.
Unfortunately, an estimated 50,000 Canadians do not
know they contracted the virus in the 40's and 50's as
the symptoms of mild or "non-paralytic" polio are
similar to a bad case of the flu. "Anyone who has been
dealing with mysterious medical issues involving
fatigue, weakness and pain should speak to their
family doctor about the possibility of their symptoms
being caused by post-polio syndrome," says Kimberley
Dowds, Associate Director of March of Dimes Canada.
Ontario Government Working to Reduce Workplace Pains
New Musculoskeletal Disorder
Prevention Guideline Will Help Reduce
TORONTO, Feb. 28 /CNW/ - Ontarians now have a new
resource to help protect themselves against painful
and costly ergonomic-related workplace injuries, Labour Minister Steve Peters announced today.
"Ergonomic-related injuries, or musculoskeletal
disorders, account for over 40 per cent of all
lost-time injuries," said Peters, speaking at Ryerson
University's George Vari Engineering and Computing
Centre, "We are making progress in our fight against
pains and strains by arming workers and employers with
this new resource."
The Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD) Prevention
Guideline for Ontario offers employers and workers
in-depth information about MSD hazards in the
workplace so that they can be addressed and
controlled. The guideline is available through the
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) website
"Direct costs due to lost-time MSDs totalled over $3.3
billion from 1996 to 2004," said Steve Mahoney, Chair
of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, "Having
an MSD prevention program will significantly reduce
"MSDs are a significant hazard for all sectors of
business," said Steve Will, General Manager of the
Pulp and Paper Health and Safety Association,
"Focusing on prevention not only keeps workers safe,
but it's good for business too." The guideline was
written by health and safety professionals from the
Occupational Health and Safety Council of Ontario's
members, which includes the Ministry of Labour, the
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, the Institute
for Work and Health and Health and Safety Associations
and was provided with valuable input from employer and
The Ontario government is committed to reducing
workplace injuries by 20 per cent by 2008. Through the
Pains and Strains campaign, the ministry has
implemented six specific recommendations made by the
Minister of Labour's Ergonomics Advisory Panel, which
deal with areas such as awareness, education and
prevention, as well as improved training, more
resource materials, increased expertise and better
tracking of ergonomic-related inspections.
"We want to make Ontario workplaces the safest in the
world," said Peters, "And we can do it by building a
culture of prevention amongst Ontario's workers and
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