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Greek Soccer Legends to Join Historic Cup Tournament in Ontario, Canada

Famous World Cup and European Champions will join the International Masters Cup 2015, a historic Cup Tournament that will be held at FirstOntario Centre in Ontario, Canada on Sunday,...

Ontario: New FYROM Provocation with Map Including Greek Land

The Parliament Vice President of Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia Antonio Milososki made a provocative appearance at a national celebration having in the background...

A Greek Judge in Ontario

The appointment of Greek-Canadian James Stribopoulos to the court of first instance in Ontario as judge is a great honor for the Greek community...

St Nicholas Annual Greek Festival Takes Place in Scarborough, Ontario

The St Nicholas Greek Festival will take place from June 17 - 19, at St Nicholas church on 3840 Finch Avenue, Scarborough, Ontario. The...

Canada pledges millions to help skilled migrants in Ontario

The Canadian government is providing CAD $22 million to help skilled immigrants in Ontario find work. The Bridge Training program helps skilled migrants enter the...

Greek Deputy of Ontario Against Govenment’s Actions Regarding Egyptian Riots

The Greek deputy of Ontario, Jim Kariyannis expressed his opposition to the actions of the conservative government, regarding the return of Canadians from Egypt. The...

Canada Immigration extends Canada – Ontario Immigration Agreement

Recently, Canada Immigration Minister Jason Kenney and Dr Eric Hoskins the Ontario Minister of Citizenship and Immigration signed an extension to the Canada-Ontario Immigration...

Battle of Marathon: The Helmet With the Soldier’s Skull Still Inside

This remarkable Corinthian-style helmet from the Battle of Marathon was reputedly found in 1834 with a human skull still inside. It now forms part of...

Chemists Have Just Tied the Tightest Knot Ever

In an unexpected discovery, scientists have unintentionally created the tiniest and tightest knot to date, earning a prestigious spot in the Guinness Book of...

Ancient Greeks Were the First to Give Someone the Finger

The ancient Greek philosopher, Diogenes the Cynic, was most likely the man who invented "the finger" as an insult. The historian of philosophy Diogenes Laertios...