Canada Women’s Basketball Qualifies for Paris 2024 Olympics | FIBA Qualifying Tournament

Canada’s women’s basketball team secured their spot in the Paris 2024 Olympics despite a loss to Japan, thanks to Spain’s victory over Hungary. The victory for Spain, after trailing significantly in the game, ensured Canada’s qualification from the “Group of Death” at the FIBA Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Sopron, Hungary. Canada faced a challenging match against Japan, ultimately losing …

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Osuji & Smith Lawyers Expands Support for Immigrants in Canada with Acquisition of Fisher Law

Osuji & Smith, recognized as Canada’s largest Black-owned law firm, proudly announces the acquisition of Fisher Law, renowned for its exceptional immigration legal services. This strategic move represents a significant step forward in expanding Osuji & Smith’s reach and enhancing legal assistance for immigrants. Formalized on February 1, 2024, the acquisition underscores Osuji & Smith’s commitment to fostering a robust …

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The Love, Dating & Marriage Tour Canada Continues in Edmonton & Saskatoon

Attention all love, relationship, and marriage enthusiasts! The Love, Dating & Marriage Tour is returning to Canada this year specifically to Edmonton and Saskatoon, promising an incredible experience for anyone eager to enhance their relationship skills. Dr. Kingsley Okonkwo, the Founder and Lead Coach at Love, Relationship, and Marriage Ministry, a seasoned Relationship Coach, Counselor, Pastor, Television Host, and Bestselling …

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Forge FC Re-Signs Senegalese Midfielder Elimane Cissé for 2024 Season

Forge FC has officially announced the return of Senegalese midfielder Elimane Cissé to the club with a multi-year contract. Cissé, a two-time Canadian Premier League (CPL) champion with Forge FC, rejoins the team ahead of the 2024 CPL Season after his departure in 2022 to play for Moroccan side Union Touarga. During his initial stint with Forge FC from 2019 …

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Julian de Guzman Named Sporting Director for New York Red Bulls

Julian de Guzman, former captain of Canada’s national team, is appointed as the new sporting director for the New York Red Bulls. With a career spanning various clubs and leagues worldwide, de Guzman brings extensive experience and leadership to his new position. With an illustrious career spanning nearly two decades, Julian de Guzman brings a wealth of experience and expertise …

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Gracia Kasoki Katahwa: Pioneering Black Woman Mayor Joins Montreal Executive Committee

Gracia Kasoki Katahwa, the pioneering first Black woman mayor of Montreal’s Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough, has recently assumed new responsibilities as a member of Montreal’s executive committee, coinciding with the onset of Black History Month. Her expanded role encompasses overseeing human resources, spearheading the fight against racism, and acting as an associate advisor for Indigenous reconciliation. Katahwa’s journey into politics commenced in …

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Canadian Government Extends Ban on Foreign Home Buyers Until 2027 to Tackle Housing Affordability Concerns

The Canadian government has announced an extension of the ban on foreign nationals and companies purchasing residential properties in Canada. The ban, which was originally implemented last year and set to expire at the beginning of 2025, has been extended until 2027. The extension is part of a series of measures aimed at addressing concerns about housing affordability in Canada. …

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Landmark Ruling Ends Second-Generation Cut-Off Rule for Canadian Citizenship

In a significant legal decision, an Ontario Superior Court ruling has declared the “second-generation cut-off rule” unconstitutional. This rule denied automatic citizenship to children born abroad if their Canadian parents were also born abroad. Toronto lawyer Sujit Choudhry filed a constitutional challenge in December 2021 against the federal government, arguing that the rule violated Charter rights. Last month, the court …

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Lonzo Nzekwe’s ‘Orah’ Premieres at Select Cineplex Cinemas in Toronto from February 9th

Discover the enthralling narrative of “Orah,” intricately woven by the talented Lonzo Nzekwe. Co-produced by Amos Adetuyi, Floyd Kane, and Lonzo Nzekwe himself, this film unveils the gripping tale of a Nigerian immigrant taxi driver in Toronto. Entrusted with laundering money to reunite with her son, Orah becomes entwined in a web of deceit and betrayal. As the plan goes …

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Forge FC Signs Ghanaian Attacker Nana Opoku Ampomah for 2024 Concacaf Champions Cup

Forge FC announced on Thursday that the club has signed Ghanaian attacker Nana Opoku Ampomah to a multi-year contract, making him available for selection in the 2024 Concacaf Champions Cup. Ampomah, 28, joins Forge from German side Fortuna Düsseldorf, bringing with him a vast amount of European and international experience. The dynamic attacker spent three seasons with the club (2019-2023), …

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