Canada announces the end of border health measures

The Canadian government announced on Monday, September 26, to end on Saturday all border health restrictions aimed at combating the spread of Covid-19 and in particular the end of compulsory vaccination upon entry to Canada. “We believe that we are now in a position to modify our approach to international borderssaid Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of … Read more

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

The American Meta loses a round against the German gendarme of the competition

According to the institution, the processing of information by Facebook’s parent company does not comply with the General Data Protection Regulations. The social networking giant Meta, parent company of Facebook, suffered a setback on Tuesday in European justice where it challenges the ban imposed by the German competition policeman on the use of users’ personal … Read more

Half of Mark Zuckerberg’s fortune gone up in smoke

Meta’s setbacks have repercussions on the fortunes of its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. And while the past year has been tough for just about every US tech giant, it’s been especially tough for the Facebook founder. His fortune was halved and continued to evaporate according to the Business AM site in its publication of this Tuesday, … Read more

New long-term resident visa

PHUKET: Phuket officials met yesterday to discuss the promotion of the new Long Term Resident (LTR) visa, introduced from next Thursday September 1st. Deputy Governor of Phuket Amnuay Pinsuwan chaired the meeting “Public-Private Committee for the Development and Resolution of Economic Problems in Phuket”, accompanied by representatives of the island’s companies, officials and the President … Read more

World Cup 2022. Why is Canada the only nation without new jerseys?

We have now become accustomed to it. For several weeks, the countries qualified for the 2022 World Cup (November 20 – December 18) have been presenting their new jerseys. All or almost… Since if Tunisia has not yet communicated on this subject but should do so soon, Canada appears to be the only nation not … Read more

Flying Whales Quebec signs partnership with Pratt & Whitney Canada Aviation News

Article published on September 17, 2022 by David Dagouret This collaboration concerns the development of a propulsion system for electric aircraft. To accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy, Flying Whales Quebec and Pratt & Whitney Canada are collaborating on a project to design a new electric-powered aircraft. Flying Whales Quebec has selected P&WC for … Read more

Switzerland in turn suspends agreement on simplified visas for Russians

Switzerland decided this Friday to suspend “fullythe deal on visa facilitation for Russians, again aligning with a similar measure taken by the European Union. During its session, the Swiss Federal Council “has decided to completely suspend the visa facilitation agreement that Switzerland has concluded with Russiain 2009, he said in a statement. “However, it is … Read more