Category: English

English Travel

Covid-19 hits Toronto tourism Hotel, restaurant and attraction revenue plummets by half

Toronto’s tourism sector was one of the first industries affected by the coronavirus and is expected to lose billions of dollars in direct and indirect spending during the first half of 2021, despite the $ 125 million support offered by Lisa MacLeod, Provincial Minister of Heritage, Sports, Tourism and Cultural Affairs for Toronto and other Ontario cities. (more…)

English Travel

Bye, bye spring break! Trudeau suspends flights and impacts Mexico, the Caribbean… and Canada

Beginning 2021, Canada began requiring all residents and travellers to submit a negative test for Covid-19 before leaving for Canada. But from Mexico, which together with Canada and the United States forms the CUSMA trade agreement, and the Caribbean countries there are not even flights.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the new travel restrictions saying that all airlines, including Air Canada, agreed to cancel “all destinations in the Caribbean and Mexico” until April 30. (more…)

Covid-19 Updates English News Updates

Update of the Covid-19 Landscape


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Here we provide a daily update of the data available for select countries and jurisdictions as of March 1, 2021, at 2:30pm (EST).

Globally, there have been over 114 million confirmed cases of Covid-19 according to Johns Hopkins University data.  Since the start of the pandemic, over 90 million people have recovered and more than 2.5 million fatalities were attributable to the virus.

Community English

“Help me find the Toronto
of my childhood”

TORONTO – “ I just want to search for my past and I realize things don’t remain the same and change over the years…”: Rosanna Natale, immigrated in Canada from Italy since 1959, is trying to retrace the paths of her childhood and youth: she has already found many traces and she’s halfway through her search, but she still has some steps missing and she asks for help from the readers of Corriere Canadese, the italian newspaper in Toronto,  in order to retrace them. (more…)

Education Matters English

Catholic Schools can [finally] take a victory lap

TORONTO – February 25, 2021. Thursday’s Supreme Court of Canada (SOC) decision re the Theodore school question in Saskatchewan offers an insight into constitutionally guaranteed denominational rights and the primacy of the Constitution over subordinate (inferior) legislation.

Lawyers will rush to “differentiate” the issues under consideration and the consequential implications. It is what they are trained to do – much like critics who “parse” sentences and literary works. (more…)

Community English

Open the Consulate door whenever you need, use the “DIGITAL MOBILE KEY”

February 25, 2021, 5 pm, the program “Today in Toronto with Manuel Alexandre” is on GoLive Tv.

As promised, on the last Thursday of each month, the Consul General of Portugal in Toronto, Dr. José Mendes will be present to inform the Portuguese community about the activities of the Consulate.

In a simple and committed way, Mr. Consul and his collaborators, were in this program essentially to answer the questions/suggestions sent to them via Facebook “inquireaoconsulado@gmail.com”. (more…)

English News Updates

Italians and Canadians together
teaching peace to students

PALERMO – Italians and Canadians together for “peace, security and prosperity”, as stated in the title of the 1st forum held – in webinar – in recent days in Sicily (Italy) to preserve the memory of the fallen of all parties in conflict during Operation “Husky” in July 1943, which saw the First Canadian Division engaged in Sicily – together with the Allies. (more…)

Covid-19 Updates English News Updates

Update of the Covid-19 Landscape


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Here we provide a daily update of the data available for select countries and jurisdictions as of February 28, 2021, at 1:30pm (EST).

Globally, there have been over 113 million confirmed cases of Covid-19 according to Johns Hopkins University data.  Since the start of the pandemic, over 90 million people have recovered and more than 2.5 million fatalities were attributable to the virus.


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