Canada Reportage. A promising start for the tables of the Rheu
Ethiopia: In Tigi, more than 90% of the population in need of food aid
© RFI / Sébastien Nemeth Host service for children with malnutrition, at the General Adigrat Public Hospital, in the Tiger region, Ethiopia. May 2021. The United Nations derive the alarm bell in the province of Tiger, Ethiopia. Famine plane on the region that has been at war for almost seven months. The Ethiopian government confronts the TPLF rebels, a separate Tygren party, with the help of the Eritrean army. Today, 91% of the population is in need of food aid.
Visitors are at the rendezvous, Friday, June 11, 2021. The atmosphere is friendly with a radiant sun for this edition of the tables of the Rheu which takes place until Sunday, June 13.
The tables of the, wine lounge and gastronomy, opened its doors this Friday, June 11, at 9 am. "The most motivated visitors arrived at 8:30 am, fearing the crowd later", indicate the volunteers. A count is done at the entrance and outputs to hold the gauge of 1,000 people. "It remained very fluid all the morning, without the need to wait for visitors at the entrance," explain volunteers.
Ottawa promises 'transformative change' to address violence directed at Indigenous women and girls
Two years after the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) released its landmark report, the federal government today presented its response — promising a series of "transformative changes" to tackle the persistent inequities Indigenous people face when dealing with the justice system. The 'Federal Pathway' report called for a holistic approach, co-developed with input from First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples, to end the scourge of violence disproportionately directed at Indigenous women and gender-diverse people.
An outdoor formula that pleases the sun is at the rendezvous, it's a chance, even if some exhibitors will be hot and wine too. Visitors and exhibitors are unanimous:"Congratulations to the organizers, we must thank them for having everything implemented to make this show, one of the first to take place. "
others confirm that the" customers and exhibitors are happy to see again ".© West-France The last preparations for exhibitors just before opening. "It's nice, whenever you can, we come," indicates one of them.
© West-France The first visitors entering the living room. , "but fortunately it's nice," say the exhibitors,
"It's more rural, it's fluid, better than inside." According to customers, if not the trolleys that roll less in some places, "It's a living room that stays friendly". The sitting tasting is a surprise for visitors , "But it's going well, we adapted,"are suitable exhibitor and customers, "even if it's a little bit more complicated"
. Difficulties to be known for fear of the crowd in the current health context,"customers did not wish to come",
indicate exhibitors, noting that the health rules are reassuring.
On the other hand, new exhibitors seem to have more difficulty being known, "Customers who have organized their courses with their usual addresses" .
Some visitors discover this show for the first time and also come out of it. The show continues Saturday 12 and Sunday, June 13th.
A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country .
As COVID-19 vaccination rates increase and case numbers drop across the country, the provinces and territories have begun releasing the reopening plans for businesses, events and recreational facilities. Most of the plans are based on each jurisdiction reaching vaccination targets at certain dates, while also keeping the number of cases and hospitalizations down. Here's a look at what reopening plans look like across the country: Newfoundland and Labrador: Newfoundland and Labrador's chief medical officer of health says it appears the third wave of COVID-19 is subsiding across Atlantic Canada ahead of a resumption of regional travel next week. Dr.