June, 2018

Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Communist Party candidate Stuart Ryan, Ottawa Centre

Tuesday, October 9, 2007 Stuart Ryan is running for the Communist Party in the Ontario provincial election in Ottawa Centre. Wikinews interviewed him regarding his values, his experience, and his campaign.

Oil in Alberta spill may be carcinogenic

Wednesday, August 10, 2005 The province of Alberta, Canada is considering legal action against Canadian National Railway for failing to warn that a derailment last week contaminated Wabamun Lake with a hazardous chemical. The 700,000 litres of heavy Bunker C fuel oil that spilled into the lake asphyxiated birds and killed fish. In addition, one […]

Information On Grease Trap Cleaning In Cape Coral Florida

Read An Opinion On: Menu Restaurant Wellington Restaurant Menus Wellington byAlma Abell For many restaurant owners, having a grease trap in an essential part of making sure that their plumbing system is running smoothly. A grease traps helps to filter out the grease and solids from the water in your plumbing, which helps to reduce […]

2008 Young Designers’ Exhibition to interact with the world

Friday, May 16, 2008 2008 The 27th Young Designers’ Exhibition, opened on May 15 at the Taipei World Trade Center and closes Sunday May 18. It features participation by 87 academic groups in Taiwan and 20 groups from United States, United Kingdom, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, and Australia to showcase various achievements in industrial design. […]

United States: Berkeley, California declares itself a sanctuary city for recreational cannabis

Friday, February 16, 2018 On Tuesday, the city council of Berkeley, California adopted by unanimous vote a resolution declaring their city a “sanctuary” for adult recreational cannabis use and sale. The resolution by the Berkeley council “declared [the City of Berkeley] to be a sanctuary for recreational cannabis customers, providers, and landlords.” The resolution bars […]

Learning All About Long Island Wines

Read An Opinion On: Pop Rock Album Charts Pop Rock Music Australia byAlma Abell The U.S. is known for California wines. However, New York wines are becoming very desirable. This is amazing considering the industry is relatively new. Most of the state’s wine business is on Long Island. Years ago, Long Island was home to […]

Australian refugee contractor accused of breaching its duty of care

Friday, December 30, 2005 Contents 1 Richard Niyonsaba 2 Denial of food 3 Background and Criticisms 4 Sources The Australian Centre for Languages, a company which has a multi-million dollar contract with the Australian government to provide refugee services, has been accused of breaching its duty of care following the death of a chronically ill […]

Earth Day 2009 celebrated around the globe

Wednesday, April 22, 2009 Today is the 39th observance of Earth Day in the northern hemisphere. Earth day is celebrated in Autumn on November 30 in the southern hemisphere. Senator Gaylord Nelson initiated the first Earth Day in April 1970 in the United States, and it is now celebrated by over 1 billion people in […]

Travel ban 2.0 exempts Iraqis, U.S. permanent residents

Thursday, March 9, 2017 On Monday, U.S. president Donald Trump signed in the Oval Office a revised version of his executive order barring entry to the United States by refugees and individuals from certain Muslim-majority countries. While the previous ban, which caused chaos at airports and drew considerable criticism from within and outside of the […]

California employees owe state US$13.3 million in unpaid loans

Sunday, April 24, 2011 The California Controller’s office reports that eleven state agencies have given US$13.3 million in pay and travel advances that have not been collected. Governor Jerry Brown issued an executive order to recover uncollected loans by the agencies. A press release from the governor’s office states, “The Governor’s Executive Order seeks to […]

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