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The president of Ukraine has touched down in Canada. Volodymyr Zelenskyy and the First Lady Olena Zelenska will address Parliament at 1 pm ET. Before and after the address, Zelenskyy and Zelenska will be making a series of stops alongside Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and members of cabinet.
Arrived in Canada.
I look forward to holding talks with @JustinTrudeau on defense cooperation, the Peace Formula, and other topics.
We will sign important bilateral documents that will strengthen our economic ties.
I am also going to meet with the Governor General of Canada,… pic.twitter.com/oqZvK2QVQN— Volodymyr Zelenskyy / Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) September 22, 2023
After three months in the care of Vancouver Aquarium’s Marine Mammal Rescue Centre, six harbour seals were recently released back into the ocean in Richmond. They were rescued early in the summer after being separated from their mothers for a variety of reasons, including human interference.
After weeks of intensive care, six rescued seals have now headed back into the wild in what is the first seal release of this year's rescue season, according to the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Society. https://t.co/KNmckhAlbR— CTV News Vancouver (@CTVVancouver) September 22, 2023
A Quebec man says his retirement plans are ruined after Canada Post lost a piece of registered mail that contained a cheque for just over $300,000. It was money left for him in his late father’s will, which his brother attempted to mail to him through registered mail from Ontario. The brothers say they’re having no luck with Canada Post or TD Bank as they try to rectify the situation.
A California school district is set to pay out the “largest bullying settlement in the United States.” It will pay $27 million to the legal guardians of a 13-year-old boy who was fatally beaten at school in 2019. Diego Stolz was sucker-punched in the head by two other male students, fell to the ground and hit his head on a concrete pillar, causing a massive brain injury.
A 13-year-old boy died after he was assaulted by bullies at school. The district is settling with the family for $27 million, the largest amount ever. https://t.co/zylD8gM7My— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) September 14, 2023
The reigning Olympic champs may not even get a chance to defend their title. It’s been a tough two years for the Canadian women’s soccer team since winning gold in Japan in 2021 and now they need to win a two-leg playoff against Jamaica to secure a spot in the 2024 Games in Paris. Game one is tonight in Jamaica, then game two goes Tuesday night at a sold-out BMO Field in Toronto.
After seeing their World Cup dreams crushed Canada's women's national soccer team will try to avoid the same for their Olympic hopes when they take on Jamaica in a home and away tie that will decide which team will get a ticket to Paris. https://t.co/sUBCSDpDos— Reuters Sports (@ReutersSports) September 22, 2023