The Federal Ministry of Science and Technology is working on plans to create the desired platform for the actualization of President Muhammadu Buhari’s quest of lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty in the next 10 years.
The drama then reached its peak in 2012 when Tosh filmed a skit implying that Dyrdek is a pedophile. Dyrdek angrily responded on Twitter suggesting that he would be fine settling the score the “old-fashioned way.” Tosh continued to troll Dyrdek, writing, “[F]air enough but if you have to beat me up, can we film it and put it on my show so people will actually watch it?”
Kate Gordon’s five-year-old daughter, Rosie, had only been in her Toronto kindergarten class for one day before her little sister sprouted a runny nose. That meant neither Rosie nor Stella, who attends a Montessori preschool, could return to class until Stella, 3, had tested negative for COVID-19.
Morris’s order could also call into question decisions made by officials in similar positions across the administration, which has not nominated people to fill 133 of the more than 750 key positions that require Senate confirmation. Many of the people carrying out those responsibilities may now be challenged for doing so in violation of law about filling federal vacancies.
Toronto Public Health has ordered three restaurants on King Street West to close to protect the public from COVID-19.
President Donald Trump on Saturday announced Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Now Democrats have less than 40 days to try to stop her appointment before the Nov. 3 election.
High school teacher, community volunteer, wife, mother and grandmother — Joan Williams packed a lot into her 71 years. And on Saturday, in her West Vancouver home with her family by her side, she ended her life on her terms through medical assistance in dying, also known as MAID.
Roger Wiebe is one of millions of Canadians who has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, despite never contracting the virus.
Zabrina Ferrier and Matt Kozak, side by side in layers of firefighting gear, covered in soot and smiling.
Race-based data shows that Black Canadians are far more likely to get sick and be hospitalized for COVID-19 than other ethnic groups. A new study looking at antibodies in the blood of Black Canadians aims to understand the reasons in an effort to reduce the impact of the disease on Black communities.