Direct Business Lending is Moving Due to Expansion and Success

By Direct Business Lending Direct Business Lending, the funding source for all stages of business, is moving to a new and bigger office. With this move, they will hire 30 new employees. [PR.com] …read more

Source:: Pr.Com – United States

      

Minister Yelich and Ambassador Bennett Attend UNSC Open Debate on Victims of Attacks and Abuses on Ethnic or Religious Grounds in the Middle East

By Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada The Honourable Lynne Yelich, Minister of State (Foreign Affairs and Consular), today delivered the Canadian statement at the United Nations Security Council open debate on the victims of attacks and abuses on ethnic or religious grounds in the Middle East. She was joined by Andrew Bennett, Canada’s Ambassador for Religious Freedom. …read more

Source:: Government of Canada

      

UN-backed court charges former Khmer Rouge leader with crimes against humanity

The United Nations-backed court set up to bring to trial those most responsible for crimes committed during Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime today announced charges against former member Ao An of “crimes against humanity of murder, extermination, persecution on political and religious grounds, imprisonment, and other inhumane acts” committed at three sites. …read more

Source:: United Nations

      

Harper Government supports Canadian families at the Regina Spring Home Show

By Canada Revenue Agency Minister Findlay underscores Harper Government’s commitment to protect Canadians by combatting the underground economy and highlights federal tax cuts and benefits available to homeowners. …read more

Source:: Government of Canada

      

New seniors care facility brings 34 supportive living spaces to Bassano

By newsroom@gov.ab.ca

Seniors in the Bassano region will benefit from 34 spaces in a new seniors continuing care facility.

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Source:: Government of Alberta

      

Harper Government takes action to address homelessness in Vancouver

By Employment and Social Development Canada Wai Young, Member of Parliament for Vancouver South, on behalf of the Honourable Candice Bergen, Minister of State for Social Development, joined the Honourable Suzanne Anton, British Columbia Minister of Justice and Member of the Legislative Assembly for Vancouver–Fraserview, and Kerry Jang, City of Vancouver Councillor, to celebrate the official re-opening of Powell Place Women’s Shelter. …read more

Source:: Government of Canada

      

Syria: UN health agency ‘unable to sustain’ operations without significant funding increase

Ahead of next week’s third International Humanitarian Pledging Conference for Syria, the United Nations health agency’s top official in the country said today that more than 16 million Syrians and Syrian refugees are in need of health support, but that she had so far received no new funding to meet the $124 million needed to finance humanitarian operations in the country this year. …read more

Source:: United Nations

      

Minister Shea and MP Goguen Highlight Expanding Seafood Export Industry in Greater Moncton

By Fisheries and Oceans Canada March 27, 2015 – Moncton, New Brunswick

The Honourable Gail Shea, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, and Robert Goguen, Member of Parliament for Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe, spent the day highlighting Greater Moncton’s expanding export industry. After speaking with members of the Moncton Chamber of Commerce about the role of trade in the region, Minister Shea and Mr. Goguen toured the Greater Moncton International Airport to see the products of this growing industry. The recent increase in seafood exports has encouraged Xtreme Cold Ltd to open a new warehouse to accommodate the growing need. …read more

Source:: Government of Canada