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Sam Smith, Celine Dion, Reba McEntire & More Stars Go Purple for GLAAD’s Spirit Day 2020
Bullying of any kind, especially against young people in the LGBTQ community, should never be tolerated. On Thursday (Oct. 15), celebrities from around the globe made sure that message was heard loud and clear. Dozens of stars participated in GLAAD’s Spirit Day, the annual campaign where celebrities, companies, organizations and people “go purple” to show support for LGBTQ youth, and to call for an end to bullying inside the community. Corporations like the NFL, Kellogg’s, CNBC and more all marked the occasion by changing their online logos to purple.
Here’s what happened Tuesday night.
Quebec Labour Minister Jean Boulet said he hopes investing more in prevention will reduce the cost of paying out indemnities to workers, which continue to climb in the province. Bill 59 will allow for a review of the list of ailments considered to be workplace related and will add post traumatic stress as well as nine new cancers related to the workplace. The law will require employers to take into account psychological risks into any injury prevention program, which Boulet said he believes will make a big difference in the psychological well-being of employees going forward.
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Randall Leal’s goal in the 33rd minute, following a free kick and defensive lapse by Montreal, carried expansion Nashville SC to a 1-0 victory over the Impact at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J. During a televised halftime interview, a disgusted Henry called the goal “a schoolboy error.” Ten teams in the Eastern Conference will qualify for post-season play. Montreal sits ninth, for now, but remains in a tenuous position. Its record dropped to 7-12-2 with only two games remaining.
The Assassin’s Creed video games have been mostly developed in Ubisoft’s Montreal studios, with the first of the games being released in 2007. The video game was also adapted for a 2016 movie starring Michael Fassbender, but was considered a box-office flop.
With files from Presse Canadienne.
LeBron James aims to make a difference in election. How's it going? .
LeBron James has won four NBA titles but now he is trying to make a difference in this year's election with his group called "More Than a Vote."He has won four NBA championships, started his own elementary school, built a business empire and, now, is taking on the 2020 election.