Hurricane Fiona kills two and causes ‘tremendous’ damage in Canada

The Canadian authorities deplored on Sunday September 25 the“huge” damage in the east of the country after the passage of Fiona. The hurricane, which tore up homes and caused major power outages, also killed two people there. Fiona, now a post-tropical storm that weakens as it heads north, battered Canada’s Atlantic coast on Saturday. The … Read more

TRIBU D’EXPLORATEURS – USA/CANADA Tailor-Made Travel Specialist M/F – CDI – (Paris 15th with telecommuting possible) | Offers

1 SPECIALIST IN TAILOR-MADE TRAVEL EXPERT UNITED STATES and CANADA M/F Position to be filled on a permanent contract based in Paris 15th The start of the new school year brings great development prospects for Tribu d’explorers! In order to support our strong growth, we are looking for a tailor-made USA/CANADA travel specialist (position to … Read more

Launch of the new Visamundi service: Nomamundi

Officially launched in September 2022, Visamundi’s new service, “Nomamundi” (“Noma” for “nomad”, “Mundi” for our signature) starts in style with the opening of 6 telework visas. We have decided to make it a point of honor to be able go alone but also with family for this experience. To start, the Bahamas, with their BEATS … Read more

France refuses a visa to a Syrian journalist who delivered information to justice

Published on : 09/06/2022 – 23:42 Syrian journalist who has worked with many French media Hussam Hammoud also discovered documents concerning foreign fighters from the Islamic State group during his reporting in Raqqa. Information then transmitted to French justice. While he had filed an asylum application for him and his family, France refused him a … Read more

What are the deadlines for obtaining a working visa?

How long does it take to get a working visa for Australia? ©Pixabay To work in Australia, it is possible to choose to obtain a working visa. Also called Working Holiday Permit (PVT), this document is intended for young people wishing to work and study in the country of kangaroos. However, they must meet certain … Read more

Visa d’Or News to Ukrainian photographer Maloletka

The Visa d’or News, the most prestigious prize of the Visa international photojournalism festival for the image of Perpignan, was awarded on Saturday to Evgeniy Maloletka for his reports in Mariupol, a city in southern Ukraine massively bombed. Very moved, Evgeniy Maloletka dedicated his prize “to the Ukrainian people”, stressing the importance of this recognition … Read more

Explosion injures eight at refinery in Canada

An explosion Friday, September 2 in a refinery on the Canadian island of Newfoundland left eight injured, including one seriously, announced the operator and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Rescuers responded to a “little explosion” shortly after 4:00 p.m. (6:30 p.m. GMT) in the refinery, located in the town of Come By Chance, Corporal Jolène … Read more

the Golden Visa for Digital Information awarded to the web documentary “Africa’s Rising Cities”

Published on : 09/01/2022 – 21:29 The jury of the Visa d’or de l’Information numérique France info awarded, this Thursday, September 1 in Perpignan, its prize to the web documentary “Africa’s Rising Cities”, directed by Max Bearak, Júlia Ledur and Dylan Moriarty, for the daily website The Washington Post. A vast survey that testifies to … Read more

Evgeniy, Mstyslav and Sergei, war reporters in their own country, Ukraine

Covering a war in one’s own country, such as Ukraine, affects “the soul, the heart” and for photographers who have witnessed the last moments of Mariupol or the Boutcha massacre, there is no other self where to recover; the mission continues. Evgeniy Maloletka and Mstyslav Chernov were the first and last journalists in Mariupol, a … Read more