Thunder Bay police ‘on the brink of collapse’, council member says

Thunder Bay police ‘on the brink of collapse’, council member says

Georjann Morriseau at his home in Thunder Bay on September 6, 2019.Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail The Thunder Bay Police Department is “on the brink of collapse,” says a police commission member who is one of nine people – mostly officers – who have filed human rights complaints. the person against the force. Georjann Morriseau, … Read more

Afghanistan’s Taliban Battle Rebellion by Ethnic Minority Fighters

Afghanistan’s Taliban Battle Rebellion by Ethnic Minority Fighters

KABUL—The Afghan Taliban are battling a rebellion of ethnic minority fighters within their own ranks in the north of the country, a sign that ties are fraying within the alliance built by the Islamist group that took control of the country. country in August. Some Uzbeks who have joined the Taliban, which is dominated by … Read more

Hispanic New York correctional officer says she was harassed by her boss

Hispanic New York correctional officer says she was harassed by her boss

A former city correctional officer was physically accosted by an abusive boss who also degraded her as “that stupid Spanish girl”, according to a lawsuit. Liliana Feliciano, a 16-year Corrections Department member who has worked at the Queens Detention Center, claims in court documents that in addition to verbal abuse from Captain Tanya Jones, Jones … Read more

Ottawa signs $ 40 billion deal for Indigenous children

Ottawa signs $ 40 billion deal for Indigenous children

OTTAWA – The federal government is hoping to address long-standing concerns over what it admits to be discriminatory underfunding of social services for Indigenous children with a $ 40 billion package to compensate affected families and improve programs over the course of over the next five years. The tentative agreements unveiled on Tuesday provide for … Read more

Alberta’s Chinese community continues to ask Premier Kenney for an apology

Alberta’s Chinese community continues to ask Premier Kenney for an apology

It has been more than a week since the publication of a Postmedia article containing a controversial remark by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. Speaking with Calgary Sun columnist Rick Bell, Kenney made what many believe to be a callous comment regarding the origins of the COVID-19 virus in Wuhan, China. Read more: Asks the premier … Read more