Explorer and abolitionist David Livingstone condemned by Council on ‘links to slavery’

Explorer and abolitionist David Livingstone condemned by Council on ‘links to slavery’

Councilors in SNP-driven Glasgow are expected to vote on Thursday to give a formal apology to descendants of slaves “for the city’s significant role” in trade. Links to slavery ‘weak’ Christopher Whatley, a professor of history at the University of Dundee, said it was clear Livingstone was “linked to slavery” along with hundreds of thousands … Read more

Records from the White House handed over to the House show a 7-hour gap in Trump’s phone log on Jan. 6

Records from the White House handed over to the House show a 7-hour gap in Trump’s phone log on Jan. 6

Internal records from the White House from the day of the attack on the US capital, which were handed over to Parliament’s select committee, show a hole in President Donald Trump’s phone logs of seven hours and 37 minutes, including the period when the building was violently assaulted, according to documents obtained by CBS News’ … Read more

The Ottawa Catholic School Board appoints Mardi de Kemp as replacement administrator for John Curry

The Ottawa Catholic School Board appoints Mardi de Kemp as replacement administrator for John Curry

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local news De Kemp will represent West Carleton-March / Stittsville-Kanata West / Rideau-Goulbourn / Osgoode until the end of the current term on 14 November. Release Date: March 29, 2022 • 35 minutes ago • 1 minute reading • Join the conversation File: Ottawa Catholic School Board. Photo by Wayne Cuddington … Read more

Five acres of land available on Vancouver’s prestigious Belmont Avenue for investors with deep pockets

Five acres of land available on Vancouver’s prestigious Belmont Avenue for investors with deep pockets

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local news Three-party package for sale for $ 80 million, with annual property taxes of $ 280,000, but can not be stratified The entrance to 4883 Belmont Avenue, which is for sale as part of a three-party package in Vancouver. Article content There is an extraordinary opportunity for a developer who … Read more

Toronto School Board Chairman Seeks Help for ‘Regarding Decline’ in Students’ Mental Health – Toronto

Toronto School Board Chairman Seeks Help for ‘Regarding Decline’ in Students’ Mental Health – Toronto

The chairman of Ontario’s largest school board has written to all three levels of government, calling for a plan to tackle students’ mental health. Alexander Brown, chairman of the Toronto District School Board, wrote a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister Doug Ford and Toronto Mayor John Tory. Brown said the COVID-19 pandemic … Read more

Academy Match Report: Blackburn u18s 4-1 Manchester United u18s – Man United News And Transfer News

Academy Match Report: Blackburn u18s 4-1 Manchester United u18s – Man United News And Transfer News

Manchester United’s u18s were in action with a midweek kick off again when they finally took on Blackburn Rovers after several exposed games. Blackburn took the lead early in the 9th minute through Harrison Wood, who collected the ball from a throw-in and turned and cut inside before smashing it across the field and from … Read more

The Orkney composer creates music for the Platinum Jubilee superbloom in the Tower of London

The Orkney composer creates music for the Platinum Jubilee superbloom in the Tower of London

An Orkney composer’s unique work is to be the soundtrack to the flower transformation of the Tower of London as part of the celebration of the Queen’s Platinum anniversary. Erland Cooper’s specially written Music for Growing Flowers will help alleviate the bustle of city life as visitors explore the Superbloom installation this summer, where 20 … Read more

Long-term care facilities go to Washington DC to outline necessary assistance

Long-term care facilities go to Washington DC to outline necessary assistance

LINCOLN, Neb. (COLON) – As the COVID threat declines significantly, places like long-term care facilities are still struggling. They said burnout, costs and gaps in funding leave them in a pinch. Now the Nebraska facilities are in Washington DC to outline why they need help and quickly. The group in DC said they should speak … Read more