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Canada and GAF brainstorm to support women’s participation in peace operations

Global Affairs Canada, through its project, “Elsie Initiative,” has begun a two-day workshop in Accra with the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) to brainstorm on...

Air pollution, a critical barrier for sustainable development

Air pollution kills 7 million people every year according to WHO data. It is by far the world’s largest single environmental health risk and...
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Juliana Arko wins four gold medals in Canada

Ghana’s former weightlifting idol, Juliana Arkoh, has broken new grounds in the powerlifting world in Canada at the weekend, after clinching four gold medals. The...
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Government collaborates with Canada to train Ghanaian welders

The Petroleum Commission has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology to train five Ghanaian welders to become internationally...

CDD moves to enrich Ghana’s Democracy

The Centre for Democratic Development (CDD) has taken another judicious step by organising the 15th ‘Kronti ne Akwamu’ lecture in Accra. The annual Kronti ne...

OKUSACA 2019 ODWIRA/OHUM to be commemorated in North America

The Okuapemman Association of USA and Canada (OKUSACA) has proudly announced the 34th Anniversary this year (2019) of the founding of the Association, and...

UNFPA Trains Health Reporters To Increase CSE Sensitization In Ghana

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in collaboration with it's implementing partners have trained health reporters on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) Reporting. Speaking at...

AfDB applauds Canada’s US$1.1 bn pledge in callable capital support

On the sidelines of the World Bank-IMF Spring meetings, Canada announced a $1.1 billion commitment in temporary callable capital to support the African...

Ghana and Canada to Join Arms for the Aviation Sector

Government is looking at possible collaboration with the Canadian Government on potential areas of partnership to improve on the aviation sector and to make...

Saudi Woman Seeks Refuge in Canada

The young Saudi woman who has been granted asylum after fleeing from her reported abusive family arrived in Canada's Toronto Saturday morning, local media...
online jobs

Canada’s Unemployment Rate Stabilized at 5.6 Percent for December

Canada saw its jobless rate stay at 5.6 percent in December with a growth of 9,300 net new jobs, according to Statistics Canada on...

Canada to Conduct Inspection on Crashed Helicopter Engines

Canada will inspect the engines of a helicopter that crashed in western Mexico, killing two prominent members of the opposition, Mexico's government said on...

US$8 Billion Oil And Gas Assets Sold To Nigerian Entities Between 2005 And 2015

A new report by the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has revealed how over US$8 billion oil and gas assets were sold to...
World Cup

US, Canada and Mexico to host 2026 FIFA World Cup

US, Canada and Mexico will host the 2026 FIFA World Cup, seeing off the bid of Morocco in a FIFA ballot this morning. The vote...

Alberta Climate Smart Agriculture team visits Ghana

Mr Dave Burdek, the Assistant Deputy Minister, Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Ministry, Canada, will lead a Climate Smart Agriculture Mission to Ghana from May...

Nigerians are not the problem here

Just wondering why it's not racist or discriminatory for the Canadian government to single out Nigerians to blame for the influx of people walking...
Black Chariots

Ghana’s Black Chariots Ready for Disability Sports in Canada

Ghana’s Wheelchair Basketball team, the Black Chariots, are set to participate in an invitational championship in Canada. The championship is scheduled to take place from...

Convicted juveniles must be close to parents – Professor

Professor Robin Walker Sterling, Law Consultant, University of Ghana, has underscore the need for the establishment of remand homes for juvenile offenders in all...
climate change

Young People Concerned About North American Free Trade Agreement

Young people from Canada and United States of America have called on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to show climate leadership by incorporating and...

Ghana Gov’t Urged To Remove 25% Private Tertiary Educational Tax

Dr Tony Oteng Gyasi, a renowned Ghanaian businessman has commended government for making moves to remove the 25 per cent corporate tax on private...

Ghana Gov’t Recognize Need To Balance Exploitation Of Mineral Resources

Mr Ben Aryee, the Advisor on Mines at the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources has called for a multi-faceted and an all-inclusive integrated...

Former Minister of State Supports 2018 GAW Awards

Mr Kojo Yankah, a former Minister of State, has donated GHC 20, 000 to the Ghana Writers Association (GAW) towards the organisation of its...

OKUSACA Announce 2017 Odwira/Ohum Festival

The U.S. Labor Day holiday is here with us once again, and as has been their practice for the past three-plus decades, the sons...
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Canada Receives Ghanaians Students

Canada has urged Ghanaian students to utilise its world class research facilities and academic institutions in a mutually beneficial arrangement. Mr Ahmed D. Hussen, the...

ECA and WTO launch joint venture on promoting African trade

The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) have launched a co-publication on promoting connectivity in Africa, focusing on the...

Minister Bibeau to engage with Ghanaian footballers

As part of Canada’s re-engagement with Africa, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, will tomorrow conclude a four-day visit to Ghana...

Canada pledges $97m to child protection in DR Congo

The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, today announced $97 million in funding to improve child protection, promote growth that...

Congo exports first batch of conflict-free artisanal gold

Partnership Africa Canada and Fair Trade Jewellery Co. today announce the first export of conflict-free and traceable artisanal gold from the Democratic Republic of...

Joe Mettle presents Praiz Reloaded

Ghana’s reigning Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Artiste of the Year, Joe Mettle is set to record his next live album at his Praiz Reloaded...

Canadian Minister Bibeau to visit South Sudan

The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, will travel to South Sudan to witness first-hand the situation in the country, including...