José Miguel Ramírez Olivos is a well-known Mexican aeronautical engineer who has been consolidated in the Canadian Space Agency in the last years. As a child he wanted to be an aviator pilot, but fate led him to be a satellite controller. Miguel has been involved in operations and flight control of satellites, monitoring the operation of these and managing the download and reception of information from the satellite control center in Montreal, where he arrived in 2001.Read More
Autor: Javier Ortega-Araiza
The author has traveled to Medellín and visited the neighborhood that the drug lord Pablo Escobar built in the 80s of the last century. This area was financed and overseen by Escobar himself, at the peak of his cocaine empire and as he began to cement his political ambitions, which he aimed to bolster by securing the support of those living in abject poverty.Read More
Despite the grueling conditions, more than a thousand migrants from the impoverished, gang-ridden nations of Central America, primarily Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, set on their journey from the humid, sweltering town of Tapachula, Chiapas, which neighbours Guatemala and has become a port-of-entry (POE) for U.S.-bound migration through Mexico.Read More
On the verge of one of the Toronto Maple Leafs most promising season in years, a remembrance of a fan’s recollection of memories following Canada’s national sport. Will this be the year the Stanley Cup spell is broken?Read More
What is home? Where is it? Is Canada the land of possibility or rather the avenue of broken dreams? As with anything, it depends on what you decide to look at. Maybe home, or the closest thing to it, is just a place that gives you the opportunity to be reborn.Read More
Luz María Pardo landed in Canada from Mexico City in 2007. She immediately set out to look for ways in which to create an impact in her community. She co-founded the non profit organisation “Light Your Life” with her husband, Fernando Piñeiro, with the objective of providing a space of harmony and healthy interactions among multicultural low-income families with children and youth.Read More
Salvadoran Matías García, who arrived in Canada in 1989, co-founded IQ Elevators and Right Angle Metal Fabricators 14 years ago. IQ manufactures, designs, and installs elevator interiors, an ever-growing on-demand service in the GTA’s booming real-estate market. Today, both companies generate around $3 million dollars annually. García has now risen to prominence as a much-needed triumph symbol for Hispanic entrepreneurship in Canadá.Read More
Common grounds can be found among diametrical opposites – even if, or especially if – they are threatened to be surrounded by a wall. We talk about all of those things you talk about when in a bar – a mixture of reflections while admiring the wonderfulness of life and dreams – and then debrief about the current state of the world, starting with our own continent. Cheers and clinks. We are in San Miguel de Allende, an alternate North America.Read More
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