Post Tagged with: "Canada"

Justin Trudeau adresses the media at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Image: Justin Trudeau (Facebook)

World Economic Forum Aims “To Improve The State Of The World”

Last week, politicians and business leaders from around the world met in Switzerland to “improve the state of the world.” The meeting is called The World Economic Forum and it happens once a year.

by · January 24, 2016 · News, Politics
The first plane carrying refugees from Syria flies in to Toronto's Pearson Airport. Image courtesy Tom Podolec.

Canada Welcomes Syrian Refugees To Their New Home

Something thoroughly Canadian is happening–the country is welcoming the first of 25,000 Syrian refugees. And the Prime Minister was at the airport to welcome them to their new home.

by · December 14, 2015 · News
Changes To The Canadian Senate

Changes To The Canadian Senate

Canada’s new prime minister plans on changing the way Senators are chosen.

by · December 6, 2015 · News, Politics
Justin Trudeau at APEC 2015. Image: Radio Television Malacañang (RTVM)

Trudeaumania All Over Again?

Canada’s new prime minister, Justin Trudeau, is getting a lot of attention around the world. Do you know why? (kid-friendly news article)

by · November 22, 2015 · News, Politics
Trudeau Cabinet 2015

“Because It’s 2015.”

Canada’s brand-new prime minister, Justin Trudeau, is shaking things up a bit. Justin Trudeau’s cabinet is made up of 15 women and 15 men (plus Trudeau). For the first time in Canada’s history, half of the Prime Minister’s closest advisors are women.

by · November 8, 2015 · News, Politics
Justin Trudeau in 2014. Image: Tholden28

Canadians Elect Liberal Majority Government, Justin Trudeau as PM

Canadians will soon have a very different government in power.
In the federal election last week, the Conservative government led by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, was defeated.

by · October 25, 2015 · News, Politics
Voting signs from the Ontario election in 2011. Image: Skeezix1000

Canadians Vote On October 19

On October 19, Canadian adults will vote in a federal election. Their votes will help to decide who becomes the next Prime Minister.

by · October 12, 2015 · News, Politics
Syrian refugee centre at Turkish border. Image: Voice of America News: Henry Ridgwell

Countries Sending Aid To Syrian Refugees

Many countries around the world are sending aid to the people of Syria. They are also trying to figure out how to help many Syrians leave the country and how to help them live in other countries.

by · September 13, 2015 · News
Welcome Back! Your Summer Round-Up

Welcome Back! Your Summer Round-Up

Welcome back! Since TeachingKidsNews.com doesn’t publish over the summer, here are some news briefs on stories you may have missed.

by · September 7, 2015 · News
Photograph of male students from Fort Albany Residential School in class overseen by a nun c 1945. From the Edmund Metatawabin collection at the University of Algoma. Source: http://archives.algomau.ca/

Coming To Grips With A Shameful Past

Canada is trying to come to grips with a difficult chapter in its past.
During the 19th and 20th centuries, many First Nations people living in Canada were done a terrible wrong by the federal government.

by · June 7, 2015 · News, Politics