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TCDA involved in six sex trafficking cases in 2016

The Tulare County District Attorney’s Office has been actively investigating and prosecuting cases of human trafficking.

At the Tulare County Human Trafficking Taskforce meeting on June 22, the District Attorneys office shared that they have filed five cases against seven defendants in 2016. 417 more words

Human Trafficking

City council agrees to reconsider CalgaryNEXT proposal

The Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation (CSEC) met with Council Monday to respond to the request to consider an alternate site for the proposed megasports complex. 344 more words


Sometimes Our Hearts Still Break....

We have forgotten that we belong to each other – Mother Teresa

Recently, I was leading a craft for a group of kindergarteners to make cards for their fathers for fathers day.

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The Future of the Nation

In my country, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the entire month of May is designated as “Child’s month”. Throughout this month marches are held in the streets, radio and television programs are created to inform the public about activities, the general public is sensitized on issues facing children in general nationally, regionally and internationally, and…well….its exam season….quite fitting. 1,323 more words

The Taste & Shine

Unseen, Unheard - The reality of CSEC today.

CSEC is the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.
Yes, it happens in your neighborhood, to people you have seen. Those who are currently being exploited look like they are someone’s sister, friend, cousin, or daughter – because they are. 649 more words


CalgaryNEXT project still viable, according to Calgary Flames group

The head of the group that owns the Calgary Flames and Stampeders says he’s encouraged by what he heard back on the proposal for the CalgaryNEXT project from Calgary City Council Monday. 360 more words


Calgary Flames ownership group willing to consider other options to CalgaryNEXT sports complex proposal

CALGARY – The Calgary Flames ownership group said it is not giving up on the CalgaryNEXT Project and will listen to other options.

“I think it would be terribly hypocritical for us not to do that with an open mind because we have asked everyone to have an open mind about our project so we are going to have an equally open mind,” Ken King, CEO of The Calgary Sports and Entertainment Group, said. 473 more words