Jayforegin is a music artist from Hamilton

Jayforegin is a music artist from

Burlington Ontario with 2 albums 5 singles

he has been making music since grade 6

and he’s takes on new challenges to take over the world as a inspiring artist

go stream his new single bad habits

with over 2 thousand streams on YouTube

man’s 87 thousand streams on SoundCloud

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https://avalanches.com/ca/hamilton_jayforegin_is_a_music_artist_from_4365535_20_09_2022

Jayforegin is a music artist from

Burlington Ontario with 2 albums 5 singles

he has been making music since grade 6

and he’s takes on new challenges to take over the world as a inspiring artist

go stream his new single bad habits

with over 2 thousand streams on YouTube

man’s 87 thousand streams on SoundCloud


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Other News Hamilton
https://avalanches.com/ca/hamilton_jayforegin_release_his_new_song_called_alright_on_april_26th_1932737_27_04_2022

Jayforegin Release his new song called alright on April 26TH

HE IS A RAPPER FROM CANADA

AND HIS age IS 19 years old

he hit 51k plays on SoundCloud and

has 27 monthly listeners on Spotify hopefully he will drop more music in the near feature can’t wait

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https://avalanches.com/ca/toronto__canadians_can_now_donate_money_or_aeroplan_points_to_help_ukrainians_1932453_21_04_2022

Canadians can now donate money or Aeroplan points to help Ukrainians fleeing the war with Russia get to Canada.

Immigration Minister Sean Fraser says the goal of the Aeroplan fund is to pay for flights to Canada for at least 10,000 Ukrainians and their families who have received entry permits.


This program will be in addition to the targeted charter flights to transport Ukrainians to Canada, announced earlier by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

More than 54,000 Ukrainians have already received permission to come to Canada, where they can live, work or study for three years.


Reception of donations began on April 20, but details on how Ukrainians will be able to receive money will not be known until a few weeks later.


The program will be managed by the charity Miles4Migrants, the Shapiro Foundation and Air Canada.


Miles4Migrants will help Ukrainians book commercial flights to Canada using donated funds or Aeroplan points on a first come, first served basis.


Miles4Migrants expects people to be able to use the Aeroplan program and fly to Canada for free as early as next month.


At a press conference, Immigration Minister Sean Fraser said that a corporate partnership with Air Canada is “one of the most efficient and effective ways Ukrainian refugees can travel to Canada,” especially given that Ukrainians have spread across Europe after fleeing their country.


“It would be hard for me to find a more efficient or effective way to help as many people as possible,” he said.


Frazier said the system is better than directly offering cash to people who are thinking about coming to Canada, as they can change their mind and use the funds for other purposes.

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Canadian Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said that Canada and "a number" of allies withdrew from Russia's participation in Wednesday's group plenary session of the G20 finance ministers' meeting.


In a series of tweets, Freeland condemned Russia's invasion of Ukraine and said that since the G20 meeting was about the global economy, Russia should not be allowed to attend.


Russia's unprovoked and bloody invasion of Ukraine, a sovereign democracy, has unleashed global economic turmoil in recent weeks, exacerbating the pressure on many areas of life already under strain amid the pandemic.


Freeland's spokesman called the Russian invasion "a serious threat to the global economy that will drive up food and fuel prices and hit the most vulnerable among us hardest."

Today Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, US Secretary of State Janet Yellen and a number of other democratic partner countries left the G20 plenary meeting when the Russian delegation tried to intervene."


Now Russian troops are concentrated in the eastern region of Ukraine, preparing for an offensive in the Donbass.


But the port city of Mariupol is also in the center of world attention as a Russian ultimatum to Ukrainian commanders, warning them to surrender or die, expires.


Reuters reported on Wednesday that there was no mass surrender, but the commander of a unit believed to be being held in the besieged city said his troops could only hold out for a few days or hours.

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Waqar Khan is a Pakistani Model, Actor, Singer. Waqar Khan born in 30, June 1992 in Mardan Pakistan,

Waqar khan family In Mardan Pakistan. his father Saif Ullah khan is a businessman.

Waqar khan Belong to Pukhtoon family. Waqar completed his graduation in Awkum.

Waqar first drama on Avt Khyber drama name Mor baibay ao naway EP # 09.

Waqar Khan first song title Janan o baran on available on YouTube and all music stores.

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https://avalanches.com/gh/accra_world_cleanup_day_2022_gayo_partner_21_csos_to_cleanup_densely_pollut4453267_24_09_2022

World Cleanup Day 2022: GAYO partner 21 CSOs to cleanup densely polluted beaches, educational institutions


The Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) under its Sustainable Enterprise Driven Solution Management initiative has joined forces with 21 civil society and governmental organizations in the country to cleanup the Sango Beach, one of the densely polluted beaches located at Teshie, a suburb Accra in the Greater Accra Region.


The exercise aims to help tackle environmental pollution in a bid to achieve the zero-plastic waste agenda in Ghana.


The event dubbed: “Beach Cleanup & Brand Audit” brought together participants from 21 governmental and non-governmental organizations who are partners including volunteers in numbers who converged at the venue during the early hours of Saturday September, 17, 2022, a day set aside globally to commemorate the World Cleanup Day.


The participants thoroughly cleanup, tidied and collected plastic waste including other pollutants which poses threat to fishes and inhabitants at the Sango beach.


The well patronized exercise was climaxed with a brand audit, an initiative by GAYO which witnessed the record keeping (sorting/analysing) of data on plastic waste to help identify the companies responsible for plastic pollution in the country with the view of holding them accountable.


The event which came on the theme: “Break Free From Plastic,” was organized as part of activities to commemorate this year’s World Cleanup Day; a global event which seeks primarily to unite across the world millions of volunteers, governments and organizations in the 191 members’ countries to tackle the global waste problem while building the new and sustainable world.


It was initiated by GAYO in collaboration with its Echo-Club Campus Chapters and supported by the Green Springs Global, Global Citizens, SESA Recycling, The GEF Small Grants Programme, La Dade Kotoku Municipal Assembly, Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly, G17 - University Ambassadors Consortium, the Human Rights Reporters Ghana-NGO and the Environmental Science Students’ Association.


Other partners include the Glittering Stars International, Geography Students' Association, the Green Innovation for People and Nature, Agribusiness Students' Association of Ghana, Water and Sanitation Students’ Association, the Radio Windy Bay 98.3 FM and the International Association of Students in Agriculture.


In his message to commemorate the 2022 World Cleanup Day in Ghana, Nana Mintah articulates that,


“As we strive to adapt and mitigate climate change impact, I know for sure there are frustrations but so are there opportunities to create a space where we can look back and be proud as future generations see our efforts to correct the mess that we created in the first place.”


“I am strong about plastic waste management. I believe it is time we stood together to work towards eliminating plastic pollution as it contributes significantly to climate change impacts.


The earth is the only place of our survival and we have the obligation to be effective stewards to preserve, protect and restore for now and future generations” he concludes.


Touching on brand audit as an intervention, Jacob Johnson Attakpah, Project Coordinator of the Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) observed that it is a citizen science initiative that involves recording data on plastic waste to help identify the companies responsible for plastic pollution and hold them accountable.


He further explained that it seeks to advance the scope from just clean-ups and anti-plastics use campaigns to tracing each producer and holding them accountable in managing their waste generation.


Mr. Attakpah stressed that his outfit is making a paradigm shift from the conventional campaigns on waste and plastics which largely focused on the consumers' “dos” and “don'ts” deemed as an ultimate goal to influence policy on the ban on single-use plastics.


“As the call on the elimination of plastic waste is on the crescendo, the alternative have been laid bare by GAYO which includes a complete ban on single-use plastic in Ghana to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Kenya.


It is mainly by this means will there be prohibition on their production, distribution or use. This, GAYO believes offers the upper hand in achieving zero-plastic waste in Ghana”.


The world continues to sit on a time bomb as plastic waste is not properly managed especially for developing countries.


Plastic pollution significantly contributes to climate change. They cause land and water pollution, enhance greenhouse gas emissions, devalue marine ecosystems, and threaten wildlife and biodiversity.


Chemicals released by plastic waste render soil unproductive, thereby affecting food security.


GAYO is a youth-led gender-balanced advocacy group that focuses largely on environmental health and community development.


They operate around four thematic areas which include: capacity building, climate change, disaster risk reduction, and circular economy.


Source:humanrightsreporters.com


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