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For the second year in a row, the municipal government of Pateros will close public and private cemeteries to the public during “Undas” due to the current coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Mayor Miguel “Ike” Ponce III announced on October 11 that the municipal government would pass an ordinance banning visitors to cemeteries for five days, …

Toronto’s Daily Bread Food Bank raised 30,459 pounds of food as part of its Thanksgiving campaign on Saturday, exceeding its target for the day, and its CEO said Torontonians were responding to the call for help. But Neil Hetherington says demand is high in the city and is getting bigger and bigger. The number of …

Governor of GeorgiaWine Newsom enacted Assembly Bill 396 on Monday, which will help feed California college students facing food insecurity. According to a press release from the office of District 45 Assembly Member Jesse Gabriel, the bill will now require universities to obtain certification from the California Department of Social Services so that more students …

The secretary of the DEPARTMENT of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Silvestre, III released some 157.5 million pesos to 39,312 beneficiaries of the agency’s Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating program for displaced / disadvantaged workers (TUPAD) of the agency in the Zamboanga peninsula. TUPAD is a community-based assistance program that provides emergency employment to displaced, underemployed and …

Dave Chappelle’s six-show series for Netflix reflected a tumultuous period in American history. For the past four years, Chappelle’s specials have covered the Trump presidency, social unrest after the murder of George Floyd, and the COVID-19 pandemic. Stuck between the stages in 2020, Chappelle delivered a solemn commentary on Floyd’s death titled “8:46”. Throughout her …

A local food insecure service agency says goodbye to its longtime CEO. Jennifer Vigran is retiring after more than 20 years of service with Second Helpings. The organization helps people experiencing food insecurity and offers culinary training to help unemployed and underemployed adults start careers in the restaurant industry. Vigran began his work with Second …

NU has asked the state to recover $ 60 million from the project, which would expand the existing health science education complex in Kearney, with the remaining $ 25 million to come from private donations. “We really struggle with rural health professionals, and it is likely to get worse rather than better,” Carter said. The …

New precariousness indicators, obstacles and opportunities identified for from Toronto Pandemic recovery TORONTO, October 5, 2021 / CNW / – The Toronto Foundation released its 18e biennial from Toronto Vital signs report today, by examining 10 lifelong issues that measure the quality of life in Toronto and focus on new indicators of precariousness. Toronto Foundation …

Improving people’s work experiences and a sense of belonging has always been Dr. Tina Williams’ passion, whether in business or in academic research. This is also the approach she takes in her latest role, as chair of the Department of Management and Quantitative Methods (MQM) at the College of Business (COB) at Illinois State University. …

Grande Prairie Public Library (Erica Fisher, MyGrandePrairieNow.com staff) An ongoing series of sessions facilitated by the Grande Prairie Public Library focuses on several aspects of research and retention. Career coaching sessions are facilitated by vocational training providers from R. Work Group, an employment service based in Grande Prairie. GPPL Outreach and Learning Librarian Jill Kergan …