Turkey’s National Amputee Team has won 2-1 last night against England in the Vodafone Park for European Championships. A world record of most crowded Amputee soccer game was broken with 40,000 fans in the Stadium. It was an emotional night in Istanbul as these teams contain players like soldiers who have lost their feet after stepping on a land mine during an anti-terror operation or … Continue reading AMPUTEE TEAM WINS
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made an appearance for the first time today since their engagement news on Monday. Couple was holding hands and flashing smiles as they walked through Sunken Garden at the Kensington Palace. Soon to be princess was showing off her hand-me-down diamond ring from Harry’s late mother Princess Diana. Prince Harry also answered the questions of the reporters about whether … Continue reading Prince Harry Engaged
Toronto celebrated Canada’s largest fifth annual, free, Pan American Food & Music Festival on Yonge-Dundas today with almost 50,000 people dancing to beautiful music and enjoying the delicious street food made by great chefs. This two-day festival is filled with various cultures like North, South, Central America and the Caribbean. This year they don’t only celebrate different cultures and food but they also celebrate music. The … Continue reading Food & Music Festival is Back!
In a series of tweets, The U.S President Donald Trump talked about reversing an Obama policy where transgender people were permitted to serve in the military. Trump argued “our military cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail.” These tweets came as a shock to most, even to the chairman General Joseph Dunford as he said … Continue reading TRANSGENDER BAN
The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau is openly a feminist and everybody knows it but is there any action being taken towards any feminist organizations? Trudeau promised many changes and growth towards feminism, he promised to expand parental leave from 12 to 18 months, to launch a new inquiry targeting Indigenous women, to have the first gender-balanced cabinet in Canadian history etc. and the first year … Continue reading A Feminist Government
On June 25th, the downtown Toronto witnessed one of the largest pride parades with thousands celebrating LGBTQ+ communities (Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer+) by waving rainbow flags, standing up for their rights and having the best time of their lives while doing so. The annual event took place in downtown Toronto at 2 P.M afternoon. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also joined the walk with a … Continue reading Pride Parade: Toronto
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