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Washington (Reuters) - U.S. employers slammed the
brakes on hiring over the last two months, raising
new doubts the economy is strong enough for the
Federal Reserve to raise interest rates by the end
of this year.
"It could be a huge step
backward and a huge blow to the ecosystem," said
Gerrit De Vynck and Josh Wingrove, Bloomberg
Toronto — A plan
to raise taxes on stock options by Canada's New
Democratic Party would hinder growth in the
country's burgeoning technology industry, which
relies on share grants to attract talent,
entrepreneurs and investors said.
minority government brings political tension AP News | 10/5/2015
Socialist leader Antonio
Costa said during the election campaign he would
enter into a grand coalition with the incumbent
government "only if aliens land on earth."
Lisbon, Portugal (AP) —
Stormy political times likely lay ahead for Portugal
after a general election delivered a minority
Portugal economy figures
12% of the workforce is unemployed
20% of people live below the poverty line
emigrated from Portugal between 2011 and 2014
125% debt to GDP
- the second highest rate in the European Union
Antonio Costa, leader of
the opposition Socialist party (PS), attends an
election campaign event in Barcelos, Portugal
September 27, 2015.
- Reuters/Rafael Marchante
Name: Antonio Costa Position: General Secretary of the Socialist
Party Date of Birth: July 17, 1961
Candidate for prime minister at Oct. 4 2015 general
Incumbent prime minister: Pedro Passos Coelho
The statements, opinions, or views in the articles may not
necessarily reflect that of the Goan Voice Canada.
Citizenship and the Anti Terrorist Act From: Al mathias (email@example.com)
Message sent to the
Hon Minister, Jason Kenny.
Dear Minister Kenny,
We have to congratulate you on your BOLD
position that any Canadian with dual
citizenship, who commits any crime or
criminal act against Canada or a Canadian
citizen, will now have their Canadian
citizenship REVOKED. We agree with you
Pope Francis said that worldliness is a "subtle sin."
Pope Francis is warning people against the dangers of "subtle sin" and even said
that not all churchgoers are good people.
In a homily delievered at the chapel of Saint Martha residence in the Vatican,
Pope Francis shared the parable of the rich man and Lazarus, which is found in
the Gospel of Luke.
It is time for India and the G4 to adopt a
strategy of non-cooperation towards the UNSC
and the United Nations as a whole
The chamber of the UN Security Council.
Credit: Francois Proulx/Flickr. CC BY-NC-ND
‘PM Modi seeks Irish help for NSG, UN
Security Council entry,’ read the headline
in the Times of India. The Indian Express
too: “Modi in Ireland: PM seeks Ireland’s
support for India’s bid in UNSC, NSG.”
People Places and Things
Why Faith & Politics Mix October 4, 2015
By Natasha DeSouza, on behalf of the Canadian Goan Christian Group (CGCG)
Click photos to Enlarge
On October 19th Canadians are heading to the
polls. Together, we will decide the future of our nation. Economy. Education.
Climate Change. Jobs. Crime. Immigration. From now until election day, you’ll
often be asked who are you voting for? But the real question is what are you
voting for and why?
Goan Soccer League 20th Anniversary
Aguada Waves regain Gaudencio Fernandes Memorial
Championship with a solitary goal
Note: Video of game will be aired on Rogers TV,
Community Channel 10 in Toronto and Channel 63 in Scarborough on Sunday October
11, 2015 at 4.00 pm
- By: Cippy D’Cruz
Aguada Waves who last won the championship in 2013 played their hearts out to
carve a hard fought solitary 1-0 win over the defending champions Margao Simba
on Sunday Oct. 4th 2015 at the Lamport Stadium at 1:30 pm.
Westend Seniors’ Club (Toronto) turns Thirty-Eight By Armand Rodrigues
Click photos to Enlarge
For starters, it should be noted that the Westend Seniors’ Club had its origin
in July 1977, in Etobicoke. In 1983 it moved to larger premises at the Fairfield
Seniors’ Centre, also in Etobicoke. This is still its base. The venue meets the
club’s needs admirably.
Asians are the largest immigrant group in some U.S.
cities, and many of them speak Chinese. A growing
number of police departments and city officials are
trying to reach them through Chinese social media.
with fury as more athletes test positive to doping English.news.cn 2015-10-02
Nairobi, Oct. 2 (Xinhua) --
National Olympic Committee of Kenya
(Nock) chairman Kipchoge Keino is worried by the
increasing number of top Kenyan athletes cheating
and warned it will taint the country reputation at
the Rio Olympics.
Renewable energy to lead world power
market growth: IEA report English.news.cn 2015-10-02
International Energy Agency (IEA) Executive Director
Fatih Birol (C) addresses a press conference in Istanbul, Turkey, Oct. 2, 2015.
Renewable energy will become the largest single source of electricity over the
next five years, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in a report released
here on Friday. (Xinhua/He Canling)
Istanbul, Oct. 2 (Xinhua) -- Renewable
energy will become the largest single source of electricity over the next five
years, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in a report released here on
Making a pitch for a new greenfield airport at Mopa,
in North Goa bordering Maharashtra, Manohar Parrikar,
the former chief minister of the state argued last
year that the current facilities at Dabolim airport
were inadequate to cope with Goa’s ever expanding
tourist arrivals. The Goa government, he had then
said, was targeting 6 million arrivals by 2016. That
figure might well be achieved by 2017, if not the
year after. But at what cost to the state’s
environment, local population and infrastructure is
the question many long-time tourism stakeholders,
Pamela D'Mello explains why India's western state of
Goa is making a concerted effort to woo back
tourists from Britain.
In three weeks, Roy Barreto will reopen the
restaurant he had boarded up during the monsoon, in
anticipation of a new season of business.
to go digital, maintain records in electronic form By Team Herald | 04 Oct,
manual sorting of documents at Goa University (GU)
will soon be a thing of the past as it has engaged
the services of a Kerala-based firm to store data in
electronic form. Keltron, a government of Kerala
undertaking, is already on the job to implement ‘GU
by demand in the international market, Goa's fish
trade continues to expand year after year.
In 2014, the total marine fish production volume of
Goa reached 1,28,107 tonnes, which is the highest
catch in the past decade. Of this, 40,365 tonnes was
exported in the same year bringing in a revenue of
Goa Razes 157
Houses of Kannadigas on Baina Beach
Sep 27 (New Indian Express): The Goa government
removed 157 huts and houses of Kannadigas from Baina
beach in South Goa district on Saturday. The
encroachments were cleared on a day Karnataka
observed a bandh to protest against Goa’s stand over
Karnataka’s decision to implement the Kalasa-Banduri
The South Goa district administration had issued a
notice to the residents on September 4 asking them
to vacate the beach in 15 days. Water and
electricity connections were disconnected to these
houses about two months ago.
University research documents just a click away TNN | Sep 29, 2015, |
Printed from The Times of India
University has joined the ranks of around 70
prestigious academic and research institutions
across India by opening an online repository of
research papers authored by its faculty members and
students since the varsity's inception. The papers
spanning across different subjects are now
accessible to all on the Goa University website.
News Clips from India
India a bright
spot in slowing world economy: IMF By PTI | 1 Oct,
IMF chief Christine Lagarde has said that global
growth will likely be weaker this year with only a
modest acceleration expected in 2016 but India
remains a bright spot.
"India remains a bright spot. China is slowing down
as it rebalances away from export-led growth.
Countries such as Russia and Brazil are facing
serious economic difficulties. Growth in Latin
American countries, in general, continues to slow
sharply," Lagarde said.
urbanisation 'messy', reforms needed: World Bank By PTI | 24 Sep, 2015,
The World Bank said there
has been difficulty in dealing with pressures that
increased urban populations put on basic services,
Delhi: Terming India's urbanisation as
"messy and hidden", a World Bank report today called
for initiatives at the policy and institutional
level to tap the economic potential it offers.
"Although they have made progress, India and other
South Asian countries can make better utilisation of
opportunities that urbanisation provides them to
transform their economies to join the ranks of
richer nations," it said in a report titled
'Leveraging Urbanisation in South Asia
poverty rate lowest among nations with poor
population: World Bank By PTI | 5 Oct, 2015,
According to report, the
number of people living in extreme poverty around
the world is likely to fall to under 10% of global
population in 2015.
India accounted for the largest number of poor
people in any country in 2012, but its poverty rate
was lowest among countries having large number of
poor population, a latest World Bank report has
According to the report, the number of people living
in extreme poverty around the world is likely to
fall to under 10 per cent of the global population
"India was home to the largest number of poor in
2012, but its poverty rate is one of the lowest
among those countries with the largest number of
poor," the bank said.
Division celebrates 1965 War’s golden jubilee Published: 23 September
Late Brig (Retd) Desmond Hayde, father of well known
Christian activist Walter Hayde ,of Mississauga
honored at celebrations.
Photos: Left to Right
At Hayde Auditorium, Amritsar Walter Hayde at
unveiling of the Statue of Brig (Retd) Desmond Hayde
Lieutenant Colonel Hayde, who retired as a
brigadier, painted by M F Husain. Photograph:
courtesy Indian Army Facebook Page
Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri greets
Lieutenant Colonel Desmond Hayde in Dograi.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Indian Army Facebook Page
India to check
illegal mining through satellites 25 Sep, 2015, 08:23AM IST
India would soon use indigenous space technology to
check illegal mining and guard its mineral wealth
using satellite imagery, a top official said today.
"We are in talks with the Indian space agency to use
its earth-observation and remote sensing satellites
for tracking illegal mining activity and guard the
rich mineral assets in the country," Mines Secretary
Balwinder Kumar said at a trade event in Bengaluru.
practise of tribes pose threat to endangered frog By PTI |Posted 24-Sep-2015
Indian Purple Frog, an endemic and endangered
amphibian found exclusively in the biodiversity
hotspot of Western Ghats, is facing extinction
threats due to the consumption of tadpoles by local
The continuance of the practice of eating tadpole
could lead to the extinction of its local population
of the particular kind of frog, which in turn would
be deleterious for the very survival of the species,
researchers said. The startling finding made by
researchers Ashish Thomas and S D Biju of the
Department of Environmental Studies, University of
Delhi, was published in the recent issue of the
international journal 'Salamandra'.
+Lazarus Fernandes Wed Oct 21 10:18:07
It is with great sadness that the Fernandes family announces the passing of Lazarus on October 17, 2015. Beloved husband to Flavia and loving father to Ryan.
Turner & Porter - Neweduk - Erin Mills Chapel
1981 Dundas St. West, Mississauga, ON, L5K 1R2
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+Servita D'Souza Thu Oct 15 11:17:32
8 Oct. 2015. Winnipeg, Manitoba. MARIA TEREZA SERVITA LUDOVINA (MARTYRES) D'SOUZA Ex Nairobi, Kenya. Beloved wife of the late Anselmo D’Souza, Servita is survived by: her brother Raul (late Evelyn), sister Angela (Johnny), sister-in-law Hedi (late Anastas); five children Avril (Antimo), Alan (Cheryl), Alvito (Lola), Arnold (Melanie), Angelina (Sunn....  Read more
Agatha (Lulu) DeLemos Mon Oct 12 07:50:58
Agatha DeLemos beloved daughter of (late)Baptist and Cashmiria, originally from Poona and Siolim Goa, died peacefully on October 9, 2015 at the Ian Anderson Hospice, Oakville after her courageous battle with cancer, in the arms of her daughters Michelle and Vanessa, husband Michael, her grandchildren Tiana and Carson and surrounded by the love and presence of her siblings in Can....  Read more
the Feast of St. Francis Xavier
“The Friends of St Francis Xavier will be
celebrating the feast of St. Francis Xavier on 12
Dec, 2015 at Our Lady of the Rosary Parish 2950
Midland Ave, Scarborough Ont. Procession at 10.30 am
followed by solemn at Mass at 11am.
Flyer to follow
Association presents: Konkan Nite 2015 on October
For the first time in
the history of USA, a Konkani performer from
Mangaluru -a well known singer and emerging actress,
Ester Noronha will perform in four cities with four
shows across North America, along with Goa’s
Evergreen Nightingale, Lorna. The show in
Toronto-Canada is organized by the “Goan Overseas
Association” in alliance with Invictus Films of New
state their views on seniors care
Alberni Valley Times
This includes $1 billion every year in the Canadian
Institute for Health Research ... Although the
average age in Canada continues to increase, the ...
Nurse Practitioners will improve care for seniors in
Toronto, Sept. 24, 2015 /CNW/
- Seniors in nursing homes and their
loved ones can expect a higher level of care now
that Ontario is making good on its promise to add
Attending Nurse Practitioners to staffing
complements in long-term care.
For many retired Canadians, heading south to warmer
climates during the winter months is part of the
Some pack up as early as October and won’t be
heading back to their Canadian residence until the
spring thaw in April. During these months, a lot can
happen. Even if you just plan on enjoying the warm
weather and relaxed lifestyle, you should still
consider getting insurance to meet your basic health
care needs when you are living outside of Canada.
Mark has been delivering
tiffins to senior citizens in his Mumbai
neighbourhood for last three years.
Fernandes lives by herself in Mumbai's western
suburb of Borivali. A retired school teacher, she is
able to run a house on her monthly pension. At 98,
she can't cook for herself anymore. But in
58-year-old Mark D'Souza, Ms Fernandes has found a
friend whose free tiffin service keeps her covered.
"I'm not a drag on any of my children as far as
money is concerned. I manage with my pension, so I
was even prepared to pay," says Ms Fernandes.