Category: Editorials

Editorials Filipino



May kasabihan ang tao puwede magkaroon nang pitong iba ibang linia sa buhay. Duda ako sa kasabihan Ito, dahil mayroon akong kakilala na babae 17 gulag nag umpisa na mag trabaho sa Isang malaking samahan pang himpapawid bilang Isang mang gagawa maninilbihan sa mga pasahero sa aroplano. Hangang ngayon iyon pa rin ang trabaho sa idad 62 at siya ay mag reretiro na. Sa idad na Ito, para sa iba, bata pa siya at puwede pang mag trabaho. Sa panahon ngayon, manirap mag umpisa uli at mabigat at manirap lumahok at sumabay lalo na sa panahon nang pandemia. (more…)

Editorials Education Matters English

EXCLUSIVE Tcdsb and Minister Lecce in legal troubles

TORONTO – Enough is enough! It was expected that Del Grande would fight back. An Application for Judicial Review (JR) between Michael Del Grande and the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) has been filed in Divisional Court. Understandably, it took a while to materialize in its final version.

In its reading, it resembles a thin veil pulled back that reveals the governance rot beneath the surface that has been afflicting Catholic education boards and the TCDSB in particular. It also exposes the perverse – even illegal – meddling by Queen’s Park in areas arguably beyond its jurisdiction.Corriere >>>

Editorials English

Bigotry, racism and “heterophobia” at City Council

Joseph Volpe

TORONTO – In the end, from a personal perspective, one is left only with one’s good name – a reputation. Corporately, a legacy against which the public can measure value to societal standards. Both are built incrementally by sweat and tears. The ride is not always smooth.

The Corriere Canadese, in one form or another, has been in the service of the Italian Canadian community since 1954. Its purpose, from my point of view, has always been to integrate immigrant value structures into those newer ones that individual newcomers and their families were creating, in the course of their interaction with other disparate immigrant groups.
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