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LONDON (Reuters) -
Prospects for a step-change in global economic
growth are better than they have been in many years,
but much depends on solid evidence that an awful
first quarter for the United States is far in the
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TORONTO (Reuters) -
Sales of existing homes in Canada rose in
April from March as home buyers were encouraged by
low mortgage rates and a spring surge in listings,
the Canadian Real Estate Association said on
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PEEL - Peel’s
public school board chair is placing blame for
today’s closure of the region’s 37 public high
schools squarely on the shoulders of provincial
union bosses butting heads with the Liberal
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new plan for home and community care includes an
increase to home care nursing service hours to meet
the needs of patients with complex care needs.
Funding for an additional 80,000 hours of nursing
care is part of the province's 2015 budget
commitment to increase investment in home and
community care by more than $750 million over the
next three years, a press release said.
The province said these extra hours of care mean
more individuals can get the care they need where
they need it — in their homes and community, instead
of in a hospital or in long-term care.
Indian citizens lead the pack with 228
candidates out of the top 775 who’ve come to Canada
via the new electronic system called Express Entry
to manage applications for permanent residence under
certain economic immigration programs.
Thousands of people applauded these four exceptional
women at a ceremony in St. Peter's Basilica, while
Pope Francis read the formula that declared they
The newest saints are four nuns: one French, one
Italian and two Palestinian. The latter two are the
first saints from that region in contemporary times.
of Jesus Crucified canonized on May 17 Mangaluru, May 13, 2015,
celebrations will be held at Sacred Heart Monastery,
Cloistered Carmel in Kankanadi, Mangaluru, on May 17
at 4.30 pm, following the canonization of Blessed
Mariam of Jesus Crucified.
The canonization will be done by Pope John Paul II
at St Peter's Square in Vatican.
Briefing reporters at Sacred Heart Monastry, in
Mangaluru, on Tuesday, Rev Fr Ravi Santhosh Kamath
said Mariam Baouardy or blessed Mariam of Jesus
Crucified had been instrumental in the establishment
of Sacred Heart Monastery.
The statements, opinions, or views in the articles may not
necessarily reflect that of the Goan Voice Canada.
conservatives’ own language against them,
progressives have been doing themselves a
If NDP leader Tom Mulcair or Liberal leader
Justin Trudeau are going to defeat the
Conservatives in the upcoming election,
they're going to need to reframe Canada's
political debate, suggests George Lakoff.
By: George Lakoff
Published on Sat May 09 2015
There is a basic cognitive science result I
call “pre-conscious assimilation.” Within a
tenth of a second, incoming information —
whether in language, vision, or touch — is
unconsciously changed, often radically, to
information that better fits what is already
in your brain. In short, what you become
conscious of often depends on what you
already assume, not on external facts
Many immigrants who immigrated to Canada
from India 20 years or ago or so sold off
their land, homes and closed their accounts,
they brought their proceeds to Canada which
would in many cases just about take care of
a down payment for a home or bolster one’s
savings here. Fast forward to 2015 and
hundreds of immigrants from India,
especially those living in cities or in
certain rural communities either sell off
their homes or agricultural land and then
can afford to buy homes or commercial spaces
in Canada outright. Property values in India
have gone through the roof. Those who aren’t
are simply renting out their homes in cities
like Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore and using
that to rent a home in the GTA.
People Places and Things
native's newborn twins come home for Mother's Day
Cole Burston/Toronto Star
'My mom helped me
through cancer . . . and now she’s here this weekend
to help me bring home my own babies'
native Tara D'Souza and her husband, Glen, with
twins Alexander, left, and Eleanor, Wednesday at
Northumberland News | By
In the summer of 2009, Tara D’Souza found a lump in
At first, it seemed like nothing. A benign cyst,
perhaps. Her family has a history of them, but she
wanted to make sure it wasn’t something more. In the
fall, a doctor told Ms. D’Souza the cyst was
malignant, but she didn’t fully process what that
A tribute to a
much-sort-after dressmaker from Bandra
It was the dream of every Bandra girl to have her
wedding gown sewn by Lydia, and I was no exception.
But I was the only lucky girl -- who both had Lydia
do my wedding gown and also got her for my
Panaji: Goa Governor Mridula Sinha has asked the
hospitality industry to observe the last Saturday of
each month as a `Clean Day` so that the workforce
could spend an hour cleaning up the locality and
Approves 38 Investment Proposals Worth Over 2,000 Crores, Will Generate 6500 Jobs All India | Press Trust of
India | Updated: May 08, 2015 20:05 IST
Goa: Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant
Parsekar on Friday said that 38 proposals for
investment in the state have been cleared which will
generate 6,500 jobs.
Mr Parsekar told Press Trust of India that the
industrial investment in the state also includes two
marinas in Zuari river.
The local fishermen have objected to the marinas,
fearing to lose their livelihood.
"We have allowed marinas with the condition that
they should get all the required clearances," the
chief minister said.
difficult for Goan students: Survey By Vibha Verma firstname.lastname@example.org
| 08 May, 2015
But excel in language,
science and social studies; girls outperform boys in
all the four subjects
students continue to disappoint in mathematics, but
their performance in language, science and social
studies, when compared to the national average,
stands out. These are the findings of the national
achievement survey (NAS) 2015 by the National
Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT).
With the inflow of Russian tourists on the decline,
at least for now, India's best known beach tourism
destination Goa is now eyeing high-spending Chinese
The state's tourism officials are currently hosting
a three-day familiarisation trip for Chinese tourism
and travel operators, who are being offered a sample
of Goa's tourism bounty, namely its beaches,
tropical forests and heritage monuments.
Saligao’s biography begins with a photo of two nuns
walking towards Mae de Deus Parish Church on a
narrow road covered by tall coconut trees.
A boy and his mother watch
on as the bride and groom take their vows in a
traditional Goan wedding. (Source: Janhavi Welinkar/
Life Force Magazine)
Surfing through the
May 2015 issue of Life Force photography magazine,
one comes across a photo essay on Saligao, a small
village in North Goa. The essayist, Janhavi Welinkar,
is a 22-year-old girl from Pune, pursuing her
photography graduate diploma from The One School Goa
in Bardez district. Titled ‘Saligao: A biography’,
the essay consists of 15 photos of the suburb
showing its diverse culture, fashion and issues.
‘Folgam-Fun n Frolic – The sunny side of life in Goa.
Painting Exhibition by Artist Maria Bernadette Gomes
inaugurated by tiatrist Com John D’Silva on May 14
2015 at Kala Academy, art gallery open to all till
16th May 10am-7.30pm.
(WB), May 10, 2015, (PTI): India would
have to work for increasing production, value
addition to mineral resources and developing the
skills of youths to fight poverty in the country,
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today.
"India needs to develop on all these three fronts,
increased production, increased value addition to
the nation's mineral resources and developing the
skills of the youths," Modi said after the
inauguration of modernised IISCO Steel Plant here.
iconic St Xavier's College will be headed by a
For the first time in its 146-year history, Mumbai's
iconic St Xavier's College will be headed by a
nonpriest: Agnelo Menezes, a hugely popular
economics professor at the institution.The college,
founded in 1869, has always had a Jesuit priest as
to offer Hindi language course Washington, May 10, 2015, (PTI)
University of Montana in the US is offering its
students a chance to learn Hindi language during the
next academic year and a Fulbright instructor from
India will teach the subject.
Gaurav Mishra, a Fulbright instructor, will teach
the language under the University of Montana's South
& Southeast Asian Studies programme during the
2015-16 academic year.
woman becomes first Asian elected mayor in UK London, May 13, 2015 (PTI)
councillor woman has became the first Asian woman
elected mayor of Ealing Council in London.
Kaur Dheer, 62, at a ceremony at the Victoria Hall
at Ealing Council yesterday became the Mayor of
Ealing Council after succeeding councillor Tej Ram
"It is a great privilege and challenge to be the
Mayor of Ealing Council in London. I have no
illusions about the task ahead. But if I can cope up
with Ranjit at home I can climb even the Everest,"
Bengaluru, India (Reuters)
- After ping pong tables, motivational
posters and casual dress codes, India's tech
start-ups are following Silicon Valley's lead and
embracing the "fail fast" culture credited with
fuelling creativity and success in the United
+Mena D Lima Sat May 09 10:46:17
Mena D Lima, 64 years, passed away peacefully on April 1, 2015 in London , UK on her way back after a magical holiday in India.
A Memorial Service will be held for her at St. Bernadette’s Church ( 21 Bayly Street E. Ajax, Ontario, L1S 1P2)
at 11 AM on Saturday May 30, 2015.
A reception, celebrating her life will follow at St. Andrews Co....  Read more
Konkan Summer Track and Field
When: July 4, 2015
Where: ST. Marcellinus Secondary School
730 Courtney Park Drive
After a break of almost 18 years, track and field is back by
popular demand. Members of the various Greater Toronto Area
Goan associations have come on board determined to make this
venture a success.
State (Seniors) highlights approach to address
social isolation of seniors in Canada May 8, 2015– Calgary,
Alberta – Employment and Social Development Canada
The Honourable Alice Wong, Minister of State
(Seniors), highlighted the Government of Canada’s
work to tackle issues facing seniors in Canada in a
speech delivered at the Korean Canadian Seniors
Conference. In her remarks, Minister Wong
highlighted the re-aligning of a number of programs
and activities to address the issue of social
isolation of seniors—a growing issue that can have
substantial impact on seniors’ lives.
Canada supports seniors on Galiano Island
Galiano Island, BC, May 16,
2015 /CNW/ - Seniors on Galiano Island
will benefit from financial support for a local
organization that helps reduce social isolation. The
announcement was made today by the Honourable Peter
Van Loan, Leader of the Government in the House of
Commons, on behalf of the Honourable Alice Wong,
Minister of State (Seniors).
the Canadian Obesity Summit criticized Canada's Food
Guide for endorsing juice as a fruit serving. Lauren Vogel, CMAJ | May
Canada may soon strike juice from the fruit and
vegetables food group, Director General of the
Office of Nutrition Policy and Promotion Hasan
Hutchinson implied at the Canadian Obesity Summit in
It can't have been a comfortable event for
Hutchinson. Throughout the summit, presenters and
participants alike lambasted the scientific
integrity and usefulness of Canada's Food Guide.
innovation brings technology from developing nations
to Canada By Aleksandra Sagan, CBC
News Posted: May 11, 2015
Build for the poor, sell
to the rich: medical inventors finding cheap, simple
General Electric made a $500 portable
electrocardiogram machine that runs on batteries and
only requires a patient to press a green button to
check for abnormal heart rhythms.
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