Durham College wins international award for documentary

September 26 2019 4:33pm Students and faculty are honoured after winning an international award for their documentary on the Kenyan Education for Employment Program. Brittany Rosen has more. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id]…

Hamilton family, including baby, killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash remembered by Kenyan community

Grace Mugambi wipes a tear from her eye while looking through pictures of seven-year-old Ryan, four-year-old Kerri and nine-month-old Rubi Pauls. “They were calling me ‘shosho,’” said Mugambi. “‘Shosho is here!’ It means ‘grandmother.’” The three children, their 34-year-old mother,…

‘It’s just heartbreaking’: Edmonton woman, daughter killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash

Family members of an Edmonton woman said they are “completely devastated” to find out she and her five-year-old daughter were on board the Ethiopian Airlines jet that crashed Sunday morning. “You had this person with you yesterday and now today,…

EXCLUSIVE: Canadian man arrested in deadly Nairobi terror attack returns home

Abdihakim Guleid sits in the living room in his rented apartment unit in Etobicoke, less than a week after returning from Kenya and what he calls one of the most harrowing experiences of his life. The unit is mostly empty — void…

Brother of Canadian suspected in Kenya terrorist attack convinced he is innocent

The brother of a Canadian man accused of being a part of a terrorist attack in Nairobi, Kenya says that he is convinced his brother is innocent and will be hiring a lawyer to defend his name. READ MORE: Canadian…