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1 November 2015 47 Comments

If you have bank account(s) in Nigeria and wish to continue operating the account(s), you must read the following. Please be informed that the CBN has ordered, with effect from 31st October 2015,

20 August 2015 0 Comments

Peel Region Cadet Program A wonderful opportunity has opened again at the Cadet Organization Police School (C.O.P.S) for your son/daughter to enrol free of charge to the . 2824 C.O.P.S program. The 2824

14 May 2015 0 Comments

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — An 81-year-old North Carolina man spent months in the hospital being treated and rehabilitated after a cancer diagnosis. WTVD reports that when Clarence Blackmon, who weighed 115 pounds, finally returned

6 May 2015 1 Comment

People tell all kinds of similar stories about their ordeal  in helping family members back home but Emannuel Adebayo's story seems to be outstanding. You may disagree if yours is worse. Here are the

29 April 2015 1 Comment

 Author: Theo Nwaogu   There is this uncomfortable feeling I have reading from the statements of the South African Consulate in Canada and the South African government concerning the xenophobic attacks on Africans

22 April 2015 1 Comment

The local government coordinator of the El-Rufai Gubernatorial Campaign Council in Southern Kaduna, Mr. Markus Ishaya, was yesterday murdered at his hometown. News reaching us indicates that some unknown gunmen trailed Mr. Markus

27 March 2015 0 Comments

The Igbo Union of Canada wishes to announce the appointment of a new Executive Management Group (EMG) that was inaugurated last Sunday March 22, 2015 at the Driftwood Community Centre, North York, Ontario.

24 March 2015 1 Comment

  Too Soon to Say Goodnight! (Obituary) It is with great sadness but in total submission to the will of God that we announce the untimely death of our beloved wife, mother, sister

24 March 2015 0 Comments

Prior to June 1st 2014, Students admitted to Canadian universities of colleges can only work for 20 hours per week on campus. This provided a tight control and reduced the flexibility to find

2 January 2015 0 Comments

Recruiting In-Demand, Skilled Immigrants to CanadaExpress Entry will contribute to Canada’s economic growth and international competitiveness   January 1, 2015 — Ottawa — Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander today celebrated the successful launch