Ethnic Federalism vs Nation of Individuality

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Ethnic Federalism vs Nation of Individuality

By Zeg Fanta Introduction The Ethnic Federalism practiced in Ethiopia is non-consequential to Ethiopia’s past or present social or political evolutions. Considering the unending external attempts to control Ethiopia,logics guide us to the footprints of Ethiopia’s worst enemies who designed and prescribed Ethnic Federalism also known, rather negatively as ‘Kilil-Governance’ (የክልል አገዛዝ).....

ጥቂት ነጥቦች በፍትህ ጉዳይ ላይ (ታደሰ ብሩ)

Posted on by   | Reply ታደሰ ብሩ () 1. መግቢያ ህወሓት በሥልጣን ላይ በከረመ መጠን የኢትዮጵያ ሕዝብ በፍትህ እጦት የሚደርስበት መከራ እየጨመረና እየመረረ በመምጣቱ “ፍትህ አጣን፤ የፍትህ ያለህ” የሚሉ እሮሮዎች ከቀድሞው በበለጠ መልኩ እየጎሉ መጥተዋል። በከተማውም በገጠሩም፣ ከእድሜ ባለፀጋውም ከወጣቱም፣ ከወንዱም ከሴቱ፣ ከክርስቲያኑም ከሙስሊሙም ወገኖቻችን የሚሰማው ጩከት “የፍትህ ያለህ” የሚል ነው። የፍትህ እጦት ነው ወገኖቻችንን በገዛ አገራቸው.....

ESFNA Selects the University of Maryland in Washington DC for 30th Year Celebration

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ESFNA Selects the University of Maryland in Washington DC for 30th Year Celebration

Press Release It is with tremendous excitement we announce the 30th Ethiopian Sports Federation in North America (ESFNA) Tournament venue and the return of North American’s largest and longest Ethiopian annual sporting and cultural event to the Washington, DC metropolitan area. After evaluating several options, ESFNA has selected the newly modernized, high-tech.....

PRIME MINISTER STEPHEN HARPER ANNOUNCES ELIZABETH DOWDESWELL AS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF ONTARIO

Posted on by   | Reply Introduction Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced the appointment of Elizabeth Dowdeswell, O.C., as Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. Ms. Dowdeswell has had a number of successful careers in public policy, the energy industry, education and the public service. She is currently the President and CEO of the Council of Canadian Academies. Prior.....

City of Toronto helping residents celebrate Canada Day‏

Posted on by   | Reply The City of Toronto encourages residents and visitors to enjoy Canada Day and celebrate Canada's 147th birthday in Toronto on Tuesday, July 1. A City-organized event will be held at North York Civic Centre's Mel Lastman Square and community events will be held across Toronto. Canada Day celebration at Mel Lastman.....

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on the occasion of Ramadan

Posted on by   | Reply Ottawa, Ontario Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement to mark the beginning of Ramadan: “On behalf of the people of Canada, I would like to extend my best wishes to Muslims here at home and around the world as they prepare to observe the holy month of Ramadan. “For Muslims,.....

Walk Off The Earth to Perform at One Year Countdown to 2015 Pan Am Games‏

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Walk Off The Earth to Perform at One Year Countdown to 2015 Pan Am Games‏

Two-day festival WE ARE PAN AM at Nathan Phillips Square July 11 & 12  includes free concerts and fireworks Full schedule now available at TORONTO2015.org/one-year TORONTO June 27, 2014 – Innovative Canadian sensation Walk Off The Earth will play a free show at Nathan Phillips Square to celebrate the one-year countdown to the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am.....

Canada Reiterates Concern over Recent U.S. Buy-America Actions

Posted on by   | Reply June 27, 2014 - The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade, today issued the following statement: “Canada is very concerned over recent legislation in the United States that reflects repeated attempts to impose domestic content requirements for products purchased by federal, state and municipal-level governments within the U.S. “On June 25, at.....

World Cup 2014: Heat forces first cooling breaks in Brazil

Posted on by   | Reply The World Cup had its first cooling breaks of the tournament during the last-16 match betweenNetherlands and Mexico in Fortaleza. It took place in both halves when referee Pedro Proenca signalled a three-minute time-out as temperatures reached above 32C inside the stadium. Both set of players rehydrated with drinks, while both coaches.....

Canadian Multiculturalism Day celebrated at Scarborough Museum

Posted on by   | Reply Scarborough Museum and its cultural partners celebrated Canadian Multiculturalism Day this evening with performances, food, history and art that reflect the diverse communities in Scarborough and across the rest of Toronto as well. "Toronto is known and admired as one of the most diverse cities in the world," said Deputy Mayor.....