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πŸ‘‰Does parents' work influence their children? There are arguments that are and are not. Here a father and son are police officers. But the father is a police officer in Kerala and the son is a police officer in Canada. Shawn C. took charge as the first Malayali police officer in the Ontario Provincial Police in Canada yesterday. His father is working as an SI at Nedumbassery Police Station. Shawn went to Canada after high school and lived there for 6 years. He joined the police force after working hard, which included passing eight exams. He completed 6 months of training and started working on the last day. His first posting is in Bacrost, Ontario. There is also a similarity in that Shawn got this job at the age of twenty-four when his father, Shaiju, joined the police. Shawn's sister, Milasha, is a DSW student in Canada.βœ… . . #OntarioPoliceProud #FamilyLegacy #BreakingBarriers #PoliceServiceAchievement #CareerMilestone #FirstMalayaliOfficer #FathersInfluence #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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11 months ago

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πŸ‘‰The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has made a significant decision to withdraw the Rs 2000 note from circulation, as reported in the latest announcement. The move comes as part of the central bank's efforts to streamline the currency system and promote digital transactions. The high-value currency note, introduced in 2016 after the demonetization exercise, will no longer be considered legal tender. The decision aims to address concerns related to counterfeit notes, black money circulation, and the ease of conducting transactions. The RBI is expected to provide guidelines and timelines for the withdrawal process to ensure a smooth transition for the public and the banking system.βœ… . . #RBI #CurrencyWithdrawal #DigitalTransactions #CurrencyStreamlining #CounterfeitNotes #BlackMoney #Demonetization #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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1 year ago

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πŸ‘‰Canadian parents are facing a baby formula shortage due to production issues at a major manufacturer. The shortage has been attributed to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which has disrupted global supply chains and caused delays in the production and distribution of essential goods. Parents are advised to check with their local retailers for updates on the availability of their preferred brand and to consider alternative options, such as online retailers or other brands that meet their child's nutritional needs. The situation is being closely monitored by health officials, and steps are being taken to address the shortage and ensure adequate supplies for families across the country.βœ… . . #BabyFormulaShortage #CanadianParents #COVID19SupplyChain #ProductionIssues #InfantNutrition #AlternativeOptions #HealthOfficials #SupplyChainDisruption #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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1 year ago

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πŸ‘‰To keep up with inflation, the union representing Canada Revenue Agency employees is requesting a series of salary raises totaling more than 30% of current earnings. The Union of Taxation Employees (UTE) proposes the following compensation increases, in addition to a one-time 9% wage adjustment: 4.5% beginning November 1, 2021. 8% beginning November 1, 2022. 8% beginning November 1, 2023. The four suggested raises, when added together over three years, would result in a "record" salary boost for the federal government's largest workforce, at almost 55,000 employees in 2022, according to union president Marc BriΓ¨re.βœ… . . #CRA #CRAcanada #CRAemployees #salaryhike #CRAemployeessalary #canadarevenuagenecy #taxationemployeescanada #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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1 year ago

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πŸ‘‰University of Waterloo's third-year geography and aviation students, including pilots Matthew Toy, Chase Cardoza, Nikith Challa, and Isabelle Mazzoco, explore the impact of noise pollution from flights at the Region of Waterloo International Airport. Using geographic information systems (GIS) and government data, they found noise levels ranging from 86 to 90 decibels at the source, affecting communities in Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge. The study reveals that smaller aircraft impact 10,000 to 15,000 people on a flight path, while larger jets, like Boeing 737s, can affect up to half a million people.βœ… . 𝐁𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐈𝐧𝐝𝐒𝐚-π‚πšπ§πšππš 𝐟π₯𝐒𝐠𝐑𝐭 𝐝𝐞𝐚π₯𝐬 𝐚𝐰𝐚𝐒𝐭! π‘πšπ‘π¦πšπ§ π“π«πšπ―πžπ₯ π’πžπ«π―π’πœπžπ¬ (πŸ”πŸ’πŸ•) πŸ–πŸ–πŸ—-πŸπŸ•πŸ•πŸ”, πŸ—πŸŽπŸ“-πŸ’πŸπŸ-πŸπŸ•πŸ–πŸ• 𝐬𝐚π₯𝐞𝐬@𝐫𝐚𝐑𝐦𝐚𝐧𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐯𝐞π₯𝐬𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐒𝐜𝐞𝐬.𝐜𝐨𝐦 @rahmantravelservices . . #UniversityResearch #AirportNoiseStudy #AviationStudents #UniversityOfWaterloo #GISAnalysis #Waterloo #NoisePollutionImpact #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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3 months ago

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πŸ‘‰Google is planning to delete inactive accounts, beginning with those that were created but never used again, in accordance with May's announcement of new policies. Users are being notified via email that their content may be removed beginning December 1. Sign in to your account or perform actions such as sending emails, utilizing Google Drive, or viewing YouTube videos to prevent deletion. Ensure access to a recovery email. For Google Photos to retain data, a separate login is required. The policy modification is intended to enhance the security of frequently forgotten or compromised accounts.βœ… . . #GoogleInactiveAccounts #AccountDeletion #PSA #Reminder #DataPrivacy #DigitalLegacy #GoogleAccounts #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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5 months ago

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Housing Minister Steve Clark of Ontario has resigned from his position following the findings of the province's integrity commissioner, which revealed breaches of ethics related to the Ford government's Greenbelt land swap controversy. In a statement, Clark expressed that his involvement in the Greenbelt decision and the subsequent investigations had become a distraction from addressing the pressing issue of housing affordability. The integrity commissioner's report attributed lapses in oversight to Clark and his chief of staff, resulting in the removal of 7,400 acres of land from the Greenbelt. Clark initially contemplated staying to rectify the situation but ultimately decided to step down to ensure the focus remained on crucial governmental work.βœ… . . #SteveClark #GreenbeltLandSwap #Resignation #EnvironmentalPolicy #OntarioPolitics #GreenbeltProtection #LandUse #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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8 months ago

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πŸ‘‰PM Justin Trudeau will attend the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Jakarta and a bilateral visit to Singapore. Post that the Canadian PM will be in the national Capital New Delhi on September 9 and 10. He will arrive in Delhi after attending the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Jakarta and a bilateral visit to Singapore. β€œWhile in the Indo-Pacific region next week, the Prime Minister will reaffirm Canada’s commitment to strengthening economic cooperation and removing trade barriers to create good middle-class jobs and make life more affordable for people on both sides of the Pacific. He will also work with his counterparts to strengthen ties between our peoples and drive climate action,” as per the Canadian PMO release.βœ… . . #G20Summit #JustinTrudeau #CanadaIndiaRelations #GlobalDiplomacy #InternationalCooperation #BilateralRelations #DiplomaticVisit #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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8 months ago

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πŸ‘‰Meta's latest app, Threads, designed to rival Twitter, is facing a rapid decline in popularity after its much-anticipated launch earlier this month. Despite a promising start with over 100 million sign-ups within a week, recent data shows a significant decrease in Threads' user base. The app initially boasted 49 million daily active users (DAU) but shockingly lost half of them in just 10 days, leaving it with only 23 million DAU. Analytics firm SensorTower also observed a decline in user engagement after the first week of usage. Threads' reliance on Instagram for promotion contributed to its initial success, but its limitations in prioritizing news content and interactions within existing networks may hinder its appeal compared to Twitter's real-time news ecosystem.βœ… . . ##ThreadsDownfall #DeclineInPopularity #AppStruggles #UserBaseDrop #ThreadsVsTwitter #UserEngagementDecline #InstagramPromotion #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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9 months ago

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πŸ‘‰Samsung Canada launched Samsung News, another way for Canadians to encounter ordinary news in one advantageous put on their Samsung World gadget. With morning and night briefings, custom channels, and then some, the creative elements of Samsung News' permits clients to encounter their news in a consistent configuration that turns out best for them. Sending off in beta, Samsung News is an update to Samsung Free. Clients who as of now have Samsung Free on their gadget will see the symbol change to Samsung News when their applications are refreshed. Any remaining clients will actually want to get to the application by downloading it straightforwardly from the Samsung System Store. Right away, Samsung News will be accessible on select cell phones, with the full carry out to all addressable gadgets coming presently.βœ… . . #SamsungNews #NewsExperience #GalaxyUsers #SeamlessFormat #PersonalizedNews #BetaLaunch #SamsungFreeUpdate #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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10 months ago

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πŸ‘‰Ontario has joined seven other provinces in making an announcement that it will cease the practice of detaining migrants for administrative reasons in provincial jails. Recent reports indicated that Quebec and New Brunswick had already terminated their contracts with the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), which involved the payment for detaining foreign nationals under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. Consequently, human rights organizations and immigration lawyers urged Ontario, where the highest number of migrants were detained by the CBSA, to take similar action. On Thursday, Ontario Solicitor General Michael Kerzner informed federal Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino that the province was cancelling its contract as well. These agreements require a one-year notice period for cancellation.βœ… . . #MigrantDetentionReform #HumanRights #ImmigrationJustice #EndDetentionContracts #OntarioAnnouncement #ProvincialJailReform #CBSAContractCancellation #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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11 months ago

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πŸ‘‰Canadian authorities have granted "stay orders" to Indian students in Canada who were at risk of deportation due to accusations of obtaining visas using fake admission letters. The Indian government has been urging Canadian authorities to approach the situation with fairness and humanity, highlighting that these students may have been victims of fraudulent agents. The "stay orders" provide temporary relief, allowing the students to remain in Canada while their cases are assessed. Further updates to follow.βœ… . . #WeatherAlert #RainfallWarning #HeavyRain #LocalizedFlooding #WeatherUpdate #LowPressureSystem #EnvironmentCanada #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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11 months ago

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