Brother and sister duo praised for SickKid’s charity work over 15 years: ‘They are such special children.’

Zachary and Maya Winkler’s 15 years of organizing charity events in support of the SickKids Foundation came to a triumphant end on Sunday as the philanthropic brother and sister duo raised more than $ 10,000, bringing their total donation to children’s health and medical research to over $ 161,000. More than 150 people gathered in … Read more

15 things to do in Vancouver this week: November 8-14

Please note: British Columbia is in step 3 of its COVID-19 restart plan. Please observe COVID-19 health and safety precautions, including physical distance and frequent hand washing, and wearing mask or face mask in public indoor and retail premises. If you are sick, stay home. Fill your calendar with our list of 15 events you … Read more

Artist Annie Pootoogook honored on International Inuit Day in the renamed Sandy Hill Park

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local news The sound of throat singers and drum dancing filled Annie Pootoogook Park on Sunday, International Inuit Day. Author of the article: Blair Crawford Release Date: November 7, 2021 • 35 minutes ago • 3 minutes reading • Join the conversation Gov. Mary May Simon speaks with Napachie Pootoogook, 9, at … Read more

Sydney Airport accepts a takeover bid of DKK 23.6 billion USD

Australia’s largest and busiest airport has accepted a $ 23.6 billion takeover bid from a consortium of infrastructure investors. Sydney Airport’s decision puts an end to a four-month battle over the price between the operator and the Sydney Aviation Alliance – which includes local pension funds QSuper and Australia Super. The final offer values ​​the … Read more

The bizarre occupation of James Bond by the Soviet Union

The rise of James Bond’s cultural dominance at the height of the Cold War did much to facilitate the work of Soviet propagandists. There was no reason to embark on inventing examples of Western decadence when the British and American audiences at the release of Dr. No in 1962 had instantly taken on a borderline … Read more