North America Archive

Cameroon:Hon. Joseph Wirba endorses the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium

I want to thank you all for the kind words, encouragement and prayers. I might not be able to respond to all your messages because of the present circumstance, but I am well and we are together. We will use this platform to give Read on » » »

Canadian Woman Charged With Ordering Hit On Her Swirling Jamaican Husband

  A case of swirling gone bad. A Canadian woman is expected to appear in court this week after detectives charged her with allegedly ordering the contract killing of her estranged Jamaican husband. The accused, 56-year-old Monique Cooke-Reid, a retired psychologist from Ontario, was Read on » » »

Canadian threatens to abandon citizenship for Cameroon

Canada flag This is the story of the beginning of the week on the island of Montreal the economic capital of the province of Quebec in Canada. It is signed François NANTEL. Indeed, in its issue of Monday, July 4, 2016, the popular daily Read on » » »

Canada Ranks First as Most Welcoming Country in 2015 Global Nation Brands Index

  Canada Ranks First as Most Welcoming Country in 2015 Global Nation Brands Index New findings rank Canadians as most appealing friends Canada also places in the Top 3 for Immigration/Investment, Governance Latest Anholt-GfK Report rates 50 countries on 23 attributes, from governance to Read on » » »

African descent waitress quits restaurant job for allegedly being discriminated over her natural hair

An African descent woman quit her job in a restaurant in Canada after she was sent home for having hair that is ‘unacceptable’ reports ABC News Akua Aqyemfra, 20, said she was wearing a hair bun when the manager told her that company policy Read on » » »

Kennedy’s Executive Order 11063: Banned Federally Funded Housing Discrimination [Video]

John F. Kennedy’s Executive Order 11063 banned federally funded housing organizations from discriminating against individuals based on race. The order attempted to end the rampant racial prejudice that influenced the loan decisions of government-backed organizations, such as the Federal Housing Administration. Many organizations participated Read on » » »

US:Donald Trump Acknowledges Something He Has In Common With Bernie Sanders

  GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump admitted Wednesday that he does have at least one thing in common with Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders.   “I’ll tell you, there’s one thing that we’ve very similar on,” Trump said during a town hall hosted by MSNBC’s Read on » » »

VIDEO: US Judge sentences cop for texting how he enjoys humiliating black men.

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Canada Denies Refuge To American Man Fleeing Police Brutality And State Terrorism

Given the daily murder of Black people by state agents in the United States Mr. Canty has a legitimate reason to fear for his life. A U.S. citizen has been denied asylum in Vancouver after asking Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board to grant him refugee status because he Read on » » »

Man Denied Asylum in Canada, but Lawyer Says Black People in the U.S. Can Build a Solid Case and Seek Refugee Status

  Kyle Lydell Canty       A Black United States citizen who sought asylum in Canada had his appeal rejected. According to VICE News, Kyle Lydell Canty crossed into Canada in September to take pictures but decided to apply for asylum, claiming he Read on » » »

State Terrorism And Police Brutality Forcing This American To Seek Asylum In Canada

An American citizen applied for asylum in Canada after arriving in Vancouver for a vacation because he said he fears that police in the United States will kill him because he is Black. According to public broadcaster CBC, Kyle Canty, 30, said during an Read on » » »

All Canada provinces to take refugees

Toronto – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will announce on Tuesday his plan to resettle 25 000 Syrian refugees and he says all 10 of Canada’s provincial premiers support bringing that many in. Trudeau hasn’t backed down from a pledge to bring 25 000 Syrian Read on » » »

USA:A who’s who of 2016 presidential contenders

Washington – Americans troop to the polls to elect the successor to President Barack Obama one year from Sunday. One of the following men or women, listed here according to their current standing in national polls, will be the White House’s next occupant. Three Read on » » »

USA:Woman Attacked For Speaking Swahili

  A woman was attacked last Friday at a Minnesota restaurant for speaking to her children in Swahili. Asma Mohammed Jama is believed to have been at a local restaurant with her cousin and children when a woman in an adjacent booth insisted that she speaks Read on » » »

Canada:PM Trudeau ready to settle 25 000 Syrian refugees

Ottawa – Canada’s new prime minister on Thursday vowed to make good on campaign promises to resettle 25 000 Syrian refugees by the beginning of next year and bring home fighter jets battling the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. In his first Read on » » »

Canada PM to resign as Tory leader after election loss

Canada’s prime minister Stephen Harper will resign as Conservative leader after losing legislative elections to the Liberals led by Justin Trudeau, it was announced on Monday Party president John Walsh said in a statement that Harper had instructed him to “reach out to the Read on » » »


On Tuesday, September 15, 2015, CRTV Radio in its 5 pm news edition announced six decrees signed by Paul Biya the Head of State,  appointing new officials in the State Universities. The President of the Republic has also appointed officials of the Ministry of Higher Read on » » »

Canada refused to renew the visas of some diplomats.

 Canadian government has assumes the right not to renew the accreditation of diplomats.Ottawa from experience has noticed that most countries diplomats wants to keep serving in the Canadian capital for years and years.Though these diplomats have broken no laws,and  have complied with the rules during their Read on » » »