Manitoba: Liberal leader Jon Gerrard would make it easier for immigrants to come to the province

Manitoba Liberal leader Jon Gerrard

Liberals promise to make immigration easier
The Canadian Press
Posted: Sep 26, 2011 11:57 AM CT Last Updated: Sep 26, 2011 11:54 AM CT

Manitoba Liberals are promising to make it easier for immigrants to come to the province.

Liberal leader Jon Gerrard said on Monday that he would loosen the requirement for applicants under the Provincial Nominee Program to prove that they have at least $10,000 in assets.

Nova Scotia: Failed immigration program costs province up to $75,000 per immigrant

Court approves compensation deal in failed immigration program
By The Canadian Press
Mon, Sep 26 – 12:09 PM

The Nova Scotia Supreme Court has approved a settlement stemming from the province’s failed immigration mentorship program.

In July, the province’s Office of Immigration announced a tentative settlement that offered about 300 immigrants up to $75,000 each in compensation.

Richmond: “Holistic healer” Selina She Yin Tsui allegedly administered arsenic to one “patient”

B.C. says ex-patients of Richmond ‘holistic healer’ may rate compensation
By Darryl Greer, Postmedia News August 29, 2011

METRO VANCOUVER — For years, Richmond resident Selina She Yin Tsui held herself out as a “holistic healer,” diagnosing ailments ranging from tapeworms, gallstones and parasites all the way up to cancer.

In some cases, Tsui allegedly charged tens of thousands of dollars for her “treatments,” which included — according to a lawsuit filed by the B.C. government against Tsui in August 2010 — administering arsenic to one woman to the point of paralysis and cardiac arrest.

Baljit Chadha claims asbestos dangers nothing but myths

Balcorp Ltd. President Baljit Chadha poses at his office in Montreal, Monday, Sept., 19, 2011. Chadha, a prominent asbestos merchant, is headed to Parliament Hill as part of a broader counter-offensive to salvage the reputation of his beleaguered industry.(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes)

Asbestos industry launches campaign to clean image

The Canadian Press
Date: Sunday Sep. 25, 2011 1:39 PM ET

This is literally sickening! Have you not heard from enough of us who have lost our fathers, mothers, children, brothers, sisters, friends…. give up cleaning up your image, it is an impossible task…. too many have suffered and died, and too many of us are still alive to remember that pain everyday, join the human race and stop killing your fellow man/woman with asbestos…

Ann Samuelson daughter of meso victim. talking about
Asbestos industry launches campaign to clean image

Sky Gilbert: “What has been imported from Africa to Canada is not AIDS but a particularly virulent form of sexism”

" I suggested to them that – since the two highest-profile STD carriers in Hamilton are black – perhaps racism was involved."

Sexism, racism and HIV
COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTOR
Sky Gilbert / National / Tuesday, September 20, 2011

The other day I went to the barbershop in Hamilton. You’d think a trip to the barber would be all about getting your hair cut. No. Not, apparently, if you’re black and you live in Hamilton.
I should clarify. This barbershop specializes in fades, cutting and styling black hair. My barbershop is multicultural. But for the City of Hamilton Public Health Services I guess it registers as a black barbershop.
Hence the visitors.

Hamilton: Rory Graham pleaded guilty to racial harassment of Suleman Saidabdurhman and Ekram Johar

Carmela Fragomeni Tue, 13 Sep 2011
Crown seeks jail for racial slurs and intimidation

North African family subjected to years of harassment
A 34-year-old Hamilton man guilty of criminally harassing a family for four years doesn’t merit jail time, argues his lawyer.

CIBC offers service in Punjabi, Hindi, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Urdu and Tamil

Canadian Bank serves in Punjabi-Gujarati-Telugu-Hindi-Marathi-Urdu-Bengali-Tamil
Updated on Saturday, September 17, 2011, 11:48

Nevada: Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), a leading Canadian financial institution, offers service in Punjabi, Hindi, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Urdu and Tamil in many of its over 1,100 branches.

CIBC, whose history goes back to 1867, was ranked fourth among the world’s strongest banks by Bloomberg Markets magazine. With about 11 million banking and business clients and market capitalization of $30.7 billion, it has offices across Canada, USA and around the world.

Ron Banerjee, of Canadian Hindu Advocacy, says most Ontario Hindus are against Dalton McGuinty’s $10,000 immigrant tax credit

Hindu groups oppose McGuinty tax credit 122
By Tom Godfrey ,Toronto Sun
First posted:  Wednesday, September 14, 2011 05:24 PM EDT  | Updated:  Wednesday, September 14, 2011 06:43 PM EDT

Ron Banerjee, of Canadian Hindu Advocacy, says most Ontario Hindus are against Dalton McGuinty’s $10,000 immigrant tax credit. (ALEX UROSEVIC, Toronto Sun)

A majority of Ontario Hindus are outraged by Liberal Premier Dalton McGuinty’s plan to issue a $10,000 tax credit to firms that hire immigrants, according to Hindu leaders.