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News: Canada

steel division becomes a bottomless pit for Thyssenkrupp

Thursday  15:55,   13 august 2020

© Reuters / MICHAELA REHLE THYSSENKRUPP CHERCHE UNE SOLUTION POUR SA DIVISION SIDÉRURGIE - by Tom Käckenhoff and Christoph Steitz Düsseldorf / Frankfurt (Reuters) - after the lucrative elevator business at Thyssenkrupp the losses of the ailing... >>>

Managing Director Klatt leaves the MSV after only eight months

Thursday  15:45,   13 august 2020

The MSV Duisburg and Michael Klatt go their separate ways again after eight months. The manager leaves the zebras. © picture-alliance Managing director in Duisburg only until mid-September: Michael Klatt. The MSV confirms Klatt's move, who... >>>

Goretzka and Kimmich support Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp memorial

Thursday  15:40,   13 august 2020

© FIROFIROSID The two Bayern stars donate a total of 75,000 euros Munich (SID) - The national soccer players Leon Goretzka and Kimmich are now also supporting the Joshua Kimmich memorial with their WeKickCorona initiative former concentration camp... >>>

Otmar Szafnauer: The FIA ​​commissioners' assessment is wrong

Thursday  15:40,   13 august 2020

© Motorsport Images The Racing Point RP20 remains a matter of dispute: Otmar Szafnauer feels he is right Otmar Szafnauer does not agree with the FIA judgment against Racing Point . The Formula 1 stewards found his team guilty of violating the... >>>

Belarus. 700 demonstrators arrested Wednesday, protest takes place

Thursday  15:25,   13 august 2020

© EPA-EFE / YURI KOCHETKOV Belarusian police officers preventing a demonstration in Moscow on August 12 (Photo illustration) On Wednesday August 12, 700 people were arrested in Belarus during post-election protests, according to the Interior... >>>

Oil spill in Mauritius: The owner of the boat says he is ready to assume his responsibilities

Thursday  15:25,   13 august 2020

MAURITIUS-ENVIRONMENT-JAPAN: Oil spill in Mauritius: The owner of the boat says he is ready to assume his responsibilities © Reuters / STRINGER BLACK TIDE AT MAURITIUS: BOAT OWNER SAYS READY TO ASSUME TOKYO RESPONSIBILITIES (Reuters) - Japanese... >>>

Ontario Premier Doug Ford in Windsor-Essex today after region enters Stage 3

Thursday  15:10,   13 august 2020

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford will meet with local leaders in Windsor-Essex today after the region entered Stage 3 of the province's reopening plan on Wednesday. Ford will spend the day in the city of Windsor and will meet with mayors from across... >>>

Lebanon: Parliament must ratify the state of emergency in Beirut stricken

Thursday  13:30,   13 august 2020

© Provided by Le Point The Lebanese Parliament met Thursday to ratify the state of emergency declared in Beirut after the devastating explosion at the port, which fueled the rage of public opinion against a political class deemed responsible for... >>>

Guatemala: last hello from the indigenous leaders to the murdered Frenchman

Thursday  13:25,   13 august 2020

© Provided by Le Point Indigenous leaders and humanitarian workers paid a last tribute on Wednesday to Benoît Maria, a Frenchman murdered in Guatemala , where he was helping to local populations for over twenty years. The funeral ceremony took... >>>

By Canadian standards, Kamala Harris could run for the Conservatives: Don Pittis

Thursday  12:42,   13 august 2020

If Kamala Harris fails in her bid to become vice-president of the United States, maybe she could run for leader of Canada's Conservative Party. While the Trump campaign lost no time declaring her an ally of "the radical left" following her... >>>

Saskatchewan seeks court order to have teepee removed from legislature lawn

Thursday  12:42,   13 august 2020

REGINA — A Regina judge is to hear a request from the Saskatchewan government today for the removal of a young man's teepee from the legislature's lawn. Provincial lawyers filed an application to the Court of Queen's Bench seeking a... >>>

Quebec farms facing lost profits and rotting harvests due to migrant worker shortage

Thursday  12:42,   13 august 2020

MONTREAL — Nineteen-year-old Florence Lachapelle was among hundreds of Quebecers who tried their hand at planting seeds and harvesting produce this summer, replacing migrant workers who were unable to leave their countries because of the COVID-19... >>>

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Aug. 13

Thursday  12:42,   13 august 2020

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 4 a.m. on Aug. 13, 2020: There are 120,844 confirmed cases in Canada. _ Quebec: 60,813 confirmed (including 5,709 deaths, 53,270 resolved) _ Ontario: 40,289 confirmed (including 2,787... >>>