British Columbia’s NDP government haunted by past election promise

Protesters work to build roadblocks along a logging road at Fairy Creek Dams Headquarters outside of Port Renfrew, British Columbia, on May 23, 2021. On May 17, the RCMP took over. started enforcing an injunction against a series of old forest blockades in the area. Jesse Winter / The Globe …

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Unequal access to vaccines scandalous, says WHO chief, Europe News & Top Stories

GENEVA • The Covid-19 pandemic is perpetuated by a “scandalous injustice” in the distribution of vaccines, said yesterday the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) by setting new objectives to protect the populations of the countries poorer. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has warned that no country should assume …

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Huarong bonds lose half of their value in a key financing market in China

The Chinese repo market shows how the bonds of China Huarong Asset Management Co. are viewed as risky on the mainland, despite being majority owned by the finance ministry. According to data from China Securities Depository and Clearing Corp. The decline in effective value illustrates the astonishing loss of confidence …

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Prospective Team of the Week May 24, 2021

MLB Pipeline’s Foresight Team of the Week honors the best performances of the previous seven days. Any Minor League currently on an organization’s Top 30 Leads list in our lead rankings is eligible. Week three of the Minor League season is on the books and the outstanding performances continue. In …

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Kenya: the city of Tatu chosen to represent the World Organization of Free Zones in Kenya

Nairobi – Tatu City has been designated by the World Organization of Free Zones (World FZO) as its Kenyan representative of its more than 700 members around the world. This means that the World FZO regional office in Kenya will be administered locally by Tatu City as a center of …

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Renault-Nissan India union says workers will go on strike from Wednesday

Bloomberg China’s first global commodity boom warning sign flashes (Bloomberg) – One of the mainstays of this year’s meteoric commodities rally – Chinese demand – could be faltering. Beijing has successfully recovered from the pandemic economy in large part thanks to a credit expansion and a market boom. construction aided …

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Commentary: Biden’s attempt to reprogram capitalism threatens our future | Comment

President Joe Biden dismisses orthodox thinking to promote more just and equitable growth, but his waking agenda could all end in tears. From Jimmy Carter to Bill Clinton, presidents may have disagreed over borders, but free trade, controlling government deficits, and trusting markets were enduring ideologies. This “Washington consensus” was …

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Experts urge G20 leaders to act against cruel wildlife trade

World Animal Protection has released a new report that exposes the loopholes in the laws of G20 countries that continue to cruelly exploit wildlife and leave the world vulnerable to future pandemics. Read also: Kenya begins its first national wildlife census The NGO calls on G20 world leaders to ban …

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India-UK summit: a giant leap together

As the rubble of the Babri Mosque fell into the vacuum cleaner in Ayodhya, British Prime Minister John Major became the first foreign dignitary to visit India after the demolition. To the surprise and delight of his hosts in New Delhi, he praised India’s commitment to a “secular constitution and …

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