The Minister of Immigration of Canada apologized for his subordinates.
Israel will soon be able to strike bombs on Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Panetta stressed that Israel is considering the possibility of attacking Iran in April, May or June this year.
Premier Quebec calls on Stephen Harper not to act alone.
The prime minister of the Canadian province of Quebec calls on Prime Minister Stephen Harper not to abuse his party’s superiority in parliament. Jean Charet believes that the federal government should not act unilaterally on the issue of pension reform.
In the opinion of the Quebec prime minister, the Conservative government needs to hold consultations on this issue, since any changes will have an impact not only on the lives of Canadians, but also on the budgets of the Canadian provinces. Stephen Harper plans to reform the pension system and promises that the details will be reflected in the federal budget, which will be presented in late February or early March.
The Prime Minister of Canada is on a visit to China.
In the Canadian branch of the human rights organization, Amnesty International believes that China’s need for natural resources gives the Prime Minister of Canada a good reason to raise the issue of human rights next week with the Chinese leadership.
Canadian human rights advocates want Stephen Harper to talk about the deterioration of the human rights situation in China, the imprisonment of dissidents and the continued pressure on Tibet, since such a conversation can not damage trade between the two countries.
The Chinese ambassador to Canada has already said that his country wants the Sino-Canadian energy partnership, since China needs Canadian oil and gas for economic development. The Canadian branch of Amnesty International believes that the Chinese leadership wants to prevent the possibility of a repeat of the Arab spring in China as an attack on human rights.
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2017 – The year of genetic experiments.
The Cato Institute collected a list of 82 impressive scientific and technological achievements of 2017. 06 February. Biologists have helped deaf mice to hear again by inserting healthy genes into their ears – the method shows “an unprecedented restoration of the function of the inner ear” and can be used in humans. http://www.wired.co.uk/article/gene-therapy-mice-hearing-loss 10 February. Computers have become medical detectives and have learned to determine skin cancer. Studies have shown that the algorithm works as reliable as certified ones. more & raquo;
Montreal: Christmas is knocking at the door.
Christmas Tree Parish School of St. Nicholas Cathedral invites everyone to a traditional Christmas tree! When: Sunday, January 14, 2018 at 13.00 Where: 422, St-Joseph (in the parish hall of St. Nicholas Cathedral) The festival will consist of three parts: I. Solemn part: Christmas carols, carols, children’s songs. II. Play-fairy tale. III. The meeting of Santa Claus, games, round dance around the tree, gifts. more & raquo;
The Quebec Schools 2017 (Institut Fraser)
The annual ranking of Quebec secondary schools (private and public, English and French) Bulletin des ecoles secondaires du Quebec 2017 & # 8221; was held by the Fraser Institute and was published on November 12, 2017 in the newspaper “Journal de Montreal”: “Le Palmares des ecoles secondaires du Journal de Montreal”. 57 educational institutions that showed significant progress in the ranking of the 2017 Map, which will allow. more & raquo;
Traditional Parade of Santa Claus in Montreal 2017.
Le Defile Du Pere Noel The traditional 68th Parade of Santa Claus in Montreal will be held on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at 11 am. For the 68th year in a row in Montreal in the middle of November, the traditional parade of Pere Noel (Pere Noel) is held, which attracts a huge number of people. About 1,500 volunteer artists representing various heroes of fairy tales. more & raquo;
100 years October.
The October Revolution is one of those events that radically changed the world. Not just something has changed in one country, as it happens with most revolutions and coups. It changed the world at the global level, becoming a kind of historical cut-off, dividing history on before and after. Such revolutions and with such consequences, are extremely few in world history. Nearest. more & raquo;
Scientists of Russia and Canada created an alloy with the elasticity of bone tissue.
The new material includes biocompatible metals – titanium, zirconium and niobium. The collective of specialists of the NITU “MISiS” in cooperation with Canadian scientists managed to obtain an alloy with shape memory, which possesses elasticity of bone tissue. Medical implants from such material are superior to titanium in terms of durability, according to an article published in the journal Materials Science and Engineering: A. At the present time. more & raquo;
The American distributor of beer Corona invested in the Canadian manufacturer of cannabis.
On Monday, the US alcohol producer Constellation Brands announced the acquisition of a stake in the Canadian cannabis grower Canopy Growth. Constellation Brands buys 9.9% of the shares of the Canadian company for $ 191 million. Among the brands owned by Constellation Brands – beer Corona, vodka Svedka and tequila Casa Noble. Canopy Growth produces marijuana for medical use and is the largest in the world. more & raquo;
Canadian military instructors suspended work in Iraq.
The Canadian authorities decided to temporarily suspend the work of their military instructors in Iraq. As reported by the CBC television channel, while the support of various elements of Iraqi armed formations and their supply is being terminated. # 8221; Information was confirmed by a source in the Ministry of Defense of the country. A group of Canadian instructors has been in northern Iraq since October 2014. Almost 230 people are engaged in training soldiers. Previously, the Canadian Defense Ministry refused. more & raquo;
The Bank of Canada raised the key rate for the first time since 2010 # 8211; up to 0,75%
The Central Bank of Canada on Wednesday, July 12, for the first time since 2010, raised the key rate for one-day deposits for the first time since 2010, # 8211; to 0.75% from 0.5%, the regulator said. The decision of the central bank fully coincided with the forecast of analysts interviewed by Reuters. The last time the regulator raised the rate in September 2010 & # 8211; up to 1% from 0.75%. more & raquo;
July 1 & # 8211; 150 years of Canada! Canada 150! Fete nationale du Canada a Montreal!
Canada Day! Canada Day! Fete nationale du Canada! Until October 27, 1982 the holiday was called Dominion Day (Le Jour de la Confederation). Since October 27, 1982 was renamed Canada Day – Canada Day (Fete du Canada). If it falls on a Sunday, then the next day is considered an official day off. . more & raquo;
Work in Montreal.
Rate of Quebec schools 2015 (Institut Fraser)
The annual regular ranking of Quebec secondary schools (private and public, English and French) Bulletin des ecoles secondaires du Quebec 2015 & # 8221; was held by the Fraser Institute and was published on November 6, 2015 in the newspaper “Journal de Montreal”: “Le Palmares des ecoles secondaires du Journal de Montreal”. 47 educational institutions that showed significant progress in the 2015 map. more & raquo;
Canada: The success rate of immigrant children varies by province.
On Wednesday, November 18, 2015, the Statistics Canada (Statistique Canada) released the results of its study, comparing academic successes in reading and mathematics of immigrant children with their peers & # 8211; Canadians of the third generation (whose parents were born in Canada) in various provinces of the country. The study was based on the results achieved by the PEI (Program d’education Internationale) of 15-year-old Canadian schoolchildren for the period from. more & raquo;
The rating of the state primary schools of Montreal from LaPresse 2015.
LaPresse compiled its 2015 rating of four hundred French elementary schools (primaire) from the six school commissions of Greater Montreal, based on the results of ministerial examinations in the French language and mathematics in the final six grades. The rating consists of three parts, in which the schools are grouped according to the socio-economic principle: I. Schools from well-off high income areas: Rang Nom de. more & raquo;
The rating of the Quebec schools (secondaires) 2014 MELS.
The Ministry of Education of Quebec (Melege de l’Education, du Loisir et du Sport du Quebec) published on May 23, 2014, the results of a single provincial test and the rating of all Quebec secondary schools (private and public, English and French) on the results of ministerial examinations . In June 2013, 143,465 students from the fourth and fifth sekondera. more & raquo;
Montreal: where to go to study?
Choose a school (secondaire) In October in Montreal, it’s time for the entrance exams in secondaire (the transition from primary to secondary school). Within two or three weeks, crowds of parents with children are roaming from one college to another. Everyone has his own approach to choosing: someone only considers private prestigious colleges with high ratings, someone is looking for a suitable one. more & raquo;
What do we eat in Canada?
Each of us, the “Russian Canadians”, by the will of fate, or by making our conscious choice, found in this far from Russia country of hockey and maple syrup, a country considered one of the “best countries of the world”, a country with “a high standard of living, medical provision and education “, and so on, as is supposed by the promotional travel booklets, is trying to adapt to life in this one. more & raquo;
Problems of immigration children.
At present, about 5 million Russian children of descent live in highly developed countries (USA, Germany, Israel, Italy, Canada, France). At the same time, no country has psychological support services for these children or for their parents. They could not have been, because the problem of psychological adaptation in the new homeland & # 8221; while no one studied. more & raquo;
Restored Iroquois village of the middle of the XV century Museum of the University McGill Redpath Museum Tourist complex & # 8211; Old Port Center of Science and Technology in the Old Port Water Complex on St. Helena Biodome / Biodome de Montreal Skating rink in the underground city Atrium Le 1000 & # 8221; Montreal Planetarium Insectarium de Montreal Canadian Railway Transport Museum Ecomuseum Botanical Garden Oratoire. more & raquo;
The Lost Empire.
Photos of Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorsky (1863-1944) offer a lively portrait of the lost world – the Russian Empire on the eve of World War I and the impending revolution. This includes images from medieval churches and monasteries of old Russia to railways and factories of a growing industrial power and everyday life and work of a diverse population of Russia. Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorsky (1863-1944) first announced the creation. more & raquo;
The preservation of the Russian language in Canada.
Features of the functioning of the Russian language in Canada: problems of preservation and teaching & # 8221; Russian Canada & # 8211; This multinational community, speaking, in the majority, in the environment in Russian. One of the main theses of modern linguistics is the statement of the language system as plastic, adaptive to the language environment, which is the social and cultural spheres that use it. In other words, the language system. more & raquo;
Initial spets. school of Montreal.
School with an artistic bias F.A.C.E Montessori Children’s School in Montreal School with a bias in the natural sciences Fernand-Seguin Ecole internationale de Montreal School with a musical bias Le Plateau Montreal Boys Choir Graduate School of Contemporary Ballet in Montreal (ESBCM) Caution! Waldorf School in Montreal & raquo;
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The Minister of Immigration of Canada apologized for his subordinates.