A lucrative and growing cross-border human smuggling market is attracting domestic and criminal organizations looking to cash in on moving “vulnerable” people from Canada into the U.S., according to the senior RCMP officer who oversees border policing.
I posted this yesterday:...
@Ernest has pushed an update which allows users to request ownership/moderation of abandoned magazines. Ghost/abandoned magazines were fairly prevalent after the initial wave of hype due to users either squatting magazine names or becoming inactive for other reasons. Now is your chance to get involved, if you were waiting to do...
The donor group is made up mostly of Canadian Muslim professionals, such as lawyers and doctors. Formed in December 2014, the group helped Justin Trudeau to his first election victory in 2015....
I can't find anything on the specifics of how federation actually works. The op thread gets copied to any federated server? What happens if the thread is deleted on the op server? Does it still exist on all other federated servers? How do comments and votes work? That kind of thing.
Today, there may be transient issues with voting, counters, etc. I'm working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. Also, there might be 2-3 brief interruptions in the website's operation. Thank you for your patience!
I know this isn’t a very popular topic across Canada, but its still an interesting video.
As health-care teams remain dangerously overstretched, they’re also grappling with the pressure of what some physicians are calling a “new norm” for seasonal illnesses — a range of viral and bacterial infections all back in circulation, with COVID-19 still chief among them.
Advocates are sounding the alarm on the rise in deportations in Canada and are calling on the federal government to follow through on its 2021 promise to expand a regularization program for undocumented people living in the country.
Alberta's health minister is facing pushback after taking a meeting focused on naturopathic medicine's role in the province's primary care.
Statistics Canada says about one in nine Canadian adults have had long-term symptoms from COVID-19 infection.