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College of Medicine to be established in Osun by Canadian varsity

We will collaborate with you and with our people back home to move our city, Ikirun forward, and also our state, the state of Osun and Nigeria forward.

Canada approves Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine

Pfizer-BioNTech currently has a contract to supply at least 20 million doses and up to 76 million doses through 2021. The vaccine is administered in two doses, which are given weeks apart.

Canada: ALTEC leads pathway to easy migration for Africans

Canada has over 100 immigration programs; offering a wide range of opportunities by which persons can immigrate to the country either as temporary residents with permission to work or study or become Permanent Residents.

Muhammadu Sanusi II partners Canada’s 1MT on access to quality education for women, girls

Application to enter into the programme will kick off on the 1st October and close on October 31, 2020 and the eventual Winners/Awardees will be announced on December 15, 2020.

Canada reports zero COVID-19 deaths for first time since March

Canada's death toll from the pandemic stood at 9,163 as of Sept. 11, the same as the number of the deaths reported on Sept. 10, government data showed. The number of positive cases rose by 702 to 135,626 on Sept. 11 from the previous day, the data showed.

I look forward to the day Nigeria rewards hard work, says Nigerian appointed minister in Canada

Kaycee Madu, a Nigerian-born lawyer appointed minister of justice and solicitor-general of Alberta in Canada, says he looks forward to the...

Canada to conduct Boeing 737 MAX test flight in US

Canada’s transport agency said Friday it will take a Boeing 737 MAX out for a test flight, more than a year...

US border closures with Canada and Mexico to be extended another month, officials say

At least one public poll suggests Canadians aren't eager for a reopening as the pandemic escalates dramatically in the US, where new cases of the diseases have reached 60,000 a day nationwide.

Canadian legislators expected to pass wage subsidy as coronavirus spreads

By Rod Nickel Canadian government and opposition legislators met in the House of Commons on Saturday and were expected...

Canada, U.S. to close border to non-essential travel: Globe and Mail

Canada and the United States will announce a deal to partially close their borders on Wednesday, which will allow trade and commerce...

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Soldier shot as Army, ESN clash in Abia

The shooting was said to have attracted soldiers from the Army Headquarters, in Ohafia, who engaged the suspected ESN members in an exchange of gunfire.

Police recover AK47 live ammunition, others from passenger

“The bag was identified by other passengers as his own. When search was conducted on the bag, 138 rounds of AK47 live ammunitions, one AK47 magazine, one Baretta pistol magazine and a knife were discovered.”

9th senate empathy for the wounded in action (WIAs), an ‘ESPRIT DE CORPS’ for the agile soldier, says NAPMAIDEs chairman

"The visit of the leadership of the 9th Senate led by the Senate President, Distinguished Senator Ahmed Lawan to a military hospital in Kaduna to show empathy for the Wounded In Action (WIAs) who were brought there from the various theater of operations is a shared spirit of comradeship, enthusiasm, and devotion to a cause among the unarmed soldiers in war front".

Denmark v Finland match: Christian Eriksen stabilised in hospital after collapsing in match

Eriksen’s partner, wearing a Denmark shirt, came to the touchline and was comforted by the captain Simon Kjaer and the goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.