UN envoy condemns latest spate of attacks in Nigeria

The United Nations’ top official in West Africa has strongly condemned a series of attacks in north-eastern Nigeria which reportedly left over 30 people dead and resulted in the abduction of some 200 others. …read more

Source:: United Nations


Premier announces changes to cabinet responsibilities

Premier Christy Clark announced the following changes in cabinet responsibilities today. …read more

Source:: Government of British Colombia


Ebola: ‘Regrettable loss’ caused by warehouse fire in Guinea

A fire engulfed a United Nations warehouse in Guinea today that contained medicines and laboratory materials used for the fight against Ebola, causing no casualties but “a regrettable loss” in supplies, which the UN mission there vowed to quickly replace. An investigation into the fire was underway. …read more

Source:: United Nations


Minister Raitt talks transportation progress with U.S. Secretary Anthony Foxx

By Transport Canada The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport, today met with the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Anthony Foxx, as part of ongoing discussions on shared transportation issues. …read more

Source:: Government of Canada


Manitoba Government Invests Nearly $12 Million in Water Services Infrastructure in Western Municipalities

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Source:: Government of Manitoba


Statement from Bette-Jo Hughes, chief information officer on e-mail malware

“This morning a computer virus caused by a malicious file attachment has infected the government’s email servers. As soon as we became aware of the issue, we took immediate steps to mitigate the exposure to the government network and protect against the loss of information. …read more

Source:: Government of British Colombia


Technical report released for Klappan

Today, the Province and the Tahltan Nation took a significant step forward in the conversation around land-use for the Klappan with the release of the Klappan Strategic Initiative Technical Report. …read more

Source:: Government of British Colombia


UN expert group on arbitrary detention welcomes the release of detainees in Cuba, US

The United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention today welcomed the recent release of a number of detainees in Cuba and the United States, some of whose cases have been followed by the expert group. …read more

Source:: United Nations