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How Mangoes Benefit Your Health

Mango’s scientific name is Mangifera indica L and its genus belongs to the cashew family (Anacardiaceae). All of the mango plant has medicinal uses. Nutritional value of mangoes

An Introduction to Canadian Industries

Canada is the second largest country in the world and is divided into 10 provinces and three territories, each with a unique economy and culture. Because the Canadian landscape varies dramatically from...

A Yogi’s Guide to Wellness

Lisa Foster is a certified yoga teacher.  She teaches yoga to children and adults in Oakville, Ont.    A HEALTHY START – Caffeine stresses the adrenals, the glands...

Despite the Pandemic, Billionaires are Getting Richer According to Latest Reports

On October 7, on the CNN news site, there was a post about billionaires saying their assets reached a new record high in the middle of a pandemic when technology stocks recovered.

Recipients of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Chemistry, and Physics Announced in Sweden

Earlier last week, the Nobel Prize Organization announced the recipients of the Nobel Prizes in the categories of Physiology or Medicine, Chemistry, and Physics, at a press conference at the Royal Swedish Academy...

COVID-19 Neurological Symptoms Emerge in Most Hospitalized Patients, Study Says

Covid-19 neurological symptoms emerge in most hospitalized patients, study says A new study found that most patients hospitalized with COVID-19 had neurological symptoms. The researchers wrote in...

The Government of Canada and Ontario Announces $590 Million Investment to Support the Ford Oakville Plant to Produce Electric Cars

On Thursday, October 8, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ontario Premier Dough Ford attended a press conference to announce details of their plans to each spend $295 million to help Ford upgrade its...

Canadian Researchers Begin Clinical Trials of the Tuberculosis Vaccine for COVID-19

Researchers in Canada are hoping a vaccine that has been designed to treat tuberculosis for centuries could be the key to fighting COVID-19 infection. The University Health Network in Toronto...

The Global Economy Slowed Down from Recovery to Recession Amid Second Waves of the COVID-19 Pandemic

On the first day of October, BNN Bloomberg posted a warning from Wall Street economists that the global economy was slowing down from recovery to recession. Some US $ 20...

Applications for New Federal Government Recovery Benefits Opens October 5 After CERB Expires

As the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic hits some parts of the country, Canadians continue to struggle with the aftermath of the pandemic and can now begin applying for three new benefits...

Canada Signs 6th Deal for Potential COVID-19 Vaccine

Canada has now committed more than $1 billion in funding to buy doses of potential COVID-19 vaccines after signing an agreement with AstraZeneca and Oxford University on September 25 to secure another 20...

Nature at Your Home

Many studies show that exposure to nature makes people feel more peaceful and happy. However, as cities grow, mushrooming skyscrapers mean that there is less green space available. To combat this, there...

Ottawa Officially in Second Wave of COVID-19 Pandemic as Ontario Reports Alarming 401 New Coronavirus Cases

According to the provincial report released on Friday, Ontario is reporting an additional 401 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 46,077 cases of COVID-19 to date.  The...

Ontario Tightens Private Gathering Restriction to 10 Indoors, 25 outdoors in Toronto, Peel, and Ottawa amid spike in new COVID-19 cases

Following a week of triple-digit increases in new COVID-19 cases across the province, sources from the Ontario government are confirming that the province is looking at reducing gathering limits both indoors and outdoors,...

Ontario to Take 4 Week Pause on Reopening Plans As COVID-19 Cases Spike Across the Province

During the province’s daily press conference, Premier Doug Ford joined Health Minister Christine Elliott and Education Minister Stephen Lecce as the province announced it will be pausing any further steps in its reopening...

Canada Revenue Agency Says Delayed CERB Payments Will Be Deposited by This Weekend

As recipients of the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) expressed their frustration and worries on social media following “missed” payments, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) responded to clear up concerns. 

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