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ADDRESS: 851 Bloor St.W. Toronto, ON M6G 1M3, Canada / Tel.: 416-653-3839 / Cell: 416-898-1353 / Fax: 416-653-3413 / E- mail: tzta@sympatico.ca / info@tzta.ca: Follow us on Tweeter

THIS ISSUE: VOLUME XVIII, NO. 6 June 18, 2013 / NEXT ISSUE: TUESDAY, July 23, 2013 / DEADLINE: July 16, 2013

Ethiopians Worldwide Demostration...Page 13

Governor General David Johnston


Reflects On Africa's Past And Future
His Excellency the Right Honourable
David Johnston recently made a
historic trip to Africa at the request of
the Prime Minister. His travel included
Ghana, Botswana and South Africa.
In announcing the historic trip of
Canadas Governor General, Prime
Minister Stephen Harper noted how
Canada has unique relations with all
the African countries being visited
by the Governor General, including
strong commercial and educational
ties with Ghana, significant mutual
investment with Botswana, and strong
education and commercial ties with
South Africa....Read.page 21


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His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston

My two heroes Abebech Gobena and TibebeMaco:


the mothers of the orphaned in Ethiopia Read page 20

W/o Abebech Gobena

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Canada (P2P) and Cuso
International
Director of Hiwot Integrated
Development Association
(HIDA)

YMCA

Sister TibebeMaco

Licensed Mechanic


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( 941)

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@ Phrmacy
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1845 Lawrence Avenue East,


Main Floor
Toronto ONT M1R 2Y3

Phone #

416-964-6888 x
302
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DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTING


DISCOUNT INCOME TAX
SERVICE

YEAR ROUND
870 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON.
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ACCESSORIES &
ALTERATIONS SERVICES

Ethio-Sewing

2009 Danforth Avenue Toronto, ON


(Near Woodbine Subway)

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Tel: 416-816-1126
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Vedio Services



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(Used cars)


JAMALS AUTO REPAIRS
185 Weston Road, Toronto, ON
Domestic & Imported

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Tel: 416-604-4553
DRIVER INSTRUCTORS

(at Sharebourne)Toronto, ON

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ROMAN`S `N CARE

TRAVEL AGENT/

1722 Eglinton Ave. W, Toronto, ON

HORIZONS TRAVEL INC.

DUDLEY`S Beauty Centre


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Financial Services

300-245 Fairview Mall Drive
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Computer Sale & Services


We are offering FREE Consultation &
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TZTA International Newspaper

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Computer Sale & Repair

1600 Eglinton Ave W, York, ON

inviation

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Early Booking for


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Complete Printing and copy
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851 Bloor St. W.


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Live-in Caregiver

Lady needed to work as a full time caregiver for children in a nice


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Must finish high-school
At least 1 year of full time experience as a Live-in Caregiver required.
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Between 8:30pm-9:30pm

For your eye or eyeglasses needs we are here


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JOSHIS INDIAN GROCERY


Saffron & Coriander

We specialize in fresh milled Teff flour,


Barley Flour, Juvar Flour, Rice and all other
Spices, Coffee Beans, Nuts, Corn Oil and
many more...

TEL:-

416-752-7157

1983 Lawrence Avenue, E.


Toronto, ON M1R 2Z2
(Lawrence Ave. E and Warden)

E-mail: saffronandcoriander@gemail.Com
joshisindiangrocery@gmail.com

HOURS OF
OPERTATIONS

MON - FRI
11.00AM - 8:00 PM
SAT.
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
SUN. 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM


ZEMEN INJERA

2048 Danforth Ave.


Danforth and Woodbine







Zemen Injera proudly introduce you the opening of
its store located at 2048 Danforth Avenue. We are
not only sale Injera alone, we also sale all sort of
grocery variety items like Spices, vedio, CD, DVD,Phone Cards & the like.


Tel: 647-887-4754 or
416-572-0447

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Ethiopians Worldwide Demostration Against Tyranny


Ottawa, Parliament Hill: Wednesday, June 5, 2013

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Our Services Include:

*Ocean (Full container or


Loose) Land Fright (Full Trail
or loose)
* Door to Door courier Service
to more than 180,000 cities
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*insurance coverage by all
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Up 30lbs: $80.00 Up 100lbs: $200.00
SEND GIFTS, PERSONAL BELONGINS OR
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email: info@iffcargo.com
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Youre invited To 7th Memorial Celebration


of His Eminence Abune Yesehaq

The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, Medhane Alem 23 Denison


Road East, Toronto, Ontario (two stop light South off Weston Road)
is celebrating the 7the year memorial service for our late Archbishop His Eminence Abune Abune Yesehaq, Archbishop of the Western
Hemisphere and South Africa on the 29th of June 2013 at 8:00 a.m. to
12:00 p.m.
The clergy and congregation of Medhane Alem warmly invites all clergy, past mebers, the general public and any one who was baptized or
inspired by his Eminence Abune yeshaq.
The celebration with include a liturgical service; many clergies are
expected to attend from withen Canada and other countries. There
will be tributes, songs and drumming. For further information contact
Father Gebre Mikeal Douglas at 416-248-2835.

23 Denison Road East, Toronto, Ontario (two stop light South off Weston Road)

His Eminence Abune Abune


Yesehaq, Archbishop of the
Western Hemisphere and
South Africa

June 29, 2013

800 1200

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PRIME MINISTER STEPHEN HARPER RELEASES CANADAS


G-8 ACTION PLAN ON TRANSPARENCY OF CORPORATIONS
AND TRUSTS

Traffic signal retiming to take place


at Toronto intersections

More than 1,000 of Toronto's traffic signals will be retimed for traffic
signal co-ordination over the next
three years along some of the city's
busiest corridors. The intention is to
help improve traffic flow.
This year, the City of Toronto plans
to retime approximately 270 signals
along Kingston Road, Weston Road,
Keele Street, Parkside Drive and
Lawrence Avenue East and Lawrence Avenue West. More signals
will be retimed in future years.
Enniskillen, Northern Ireland - Prime Minister Stephen Harper delivers
remarks at the conclusion of the G-8 Lough Erne Summit
ENNISKILLEN, NORTHERN IRE- ulations that will improve customer
LAND Prime Minister Stephen due diligence measures, including
Harper today released Canadas G-8 those related to corporate and trust
Action Plan on Transparency of Cor- beneficial ownership information, set
porations and Trusts, following the to come into force in early 2014, and;
conclusion of the G-8 Lough Erne
Summit in Northern Ireland.
3.
Consulting publicly on the isAs President of the G-8 in 2013,
the United Kingdom has called upon
member countries to come together
to improve corporate transparency
by combatting money laundering,
terrorist financing, and other crimes
such as corruption and tax evasion in
our respective countries, said Prime
Minister Harper. Canada fully recognizes the global scale of this complex issue, including the misuse of
corporate entities for illicit purposes.
This Action Plan describes the measures we have undertaken to uphold
a high standard of transparency, and
identifies how we intend to improve
our regime even further.
Canadas plan commits to the following three key areas that build on work
already undertaken:
1. Improving Canadas robust money laundering and terrorist financing
risk assessment approach, for which
an interdepartmental working group
has already been established with
the goal of developing a comprehensive risk assessment framework and
undertaking a formal assessment of
these risks domestically;
2.
Implementing amendments to
the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Reg-

sue of corporate transparency with a


focus on bearer shares and the ability of competent authorities to access
information on beneficial ownership,
as committed to in Economic Action
Plan 2013.

These initiatives are over and above


existing provisions in Canadas anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing regime. For example,
banks and other financial institutions
must already perform customer due
diligence on their clients including
identifying the beneficial owners of
corporations.
Under the regime, the Canada Business Corporations Act and similar
provincial acts also contain a number
of transparency measures such as the
disclosure of the names and addresses
of corporations and their directors, as
well as the recording of shareholders.
I applaud the UK Presidencys focus on tax, trade and transparency
priorities that find great reciprocity
with our governments commitment
to Canadians, added Prime Minister
Harper. Canada, like the UK, believes that these priorities are critical
to growth, prosperity and economic
development worldwide, and we are
pleased to do our part.

nal retiming studies on 110 signals


along Bloor Street, Kennedy Road,
Adelaide Street and Richmond
Street. The studies showed that delays to motorists along these routes
were reduced between 14 and 33
per cent.

The plan, which City Council adopted today, calls for signal retiming on the city's busiest roads - those
that carry more than 20,000 vehicles a day and more than 5,000 bus
passengers a day. Other criteria for
roads to receive the signal timing
"Retiming these traffic signals is a adjustment includes roads that are
positive step toward keeping traf- alternatives for expressways, major
fic moving effectively," said Mayor routes to and from the downtown
Rob Ford. "I am confident that this core, and routes used as alternatives
program, along with other planned during major construction projects.
initiatives, will help reduce traffic
congestion in our city."
Toronto is Canada's largest city and
"This important traffic initiative will
help to reduce travel time on city
streets and keep traffic moving in
an efficient manner," said Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong (Ward 34
Don Valley East), Chair of the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee. "This will also help to reduce
fuel consumption because vehicles
will be making fewer stops as they
travel around the city."
In 2012, the City completed sig-

sixth largest government, and home


to a diverse population of about
2.8 million people. Toronto's government is dedicated to delivering
customer service excellence, creating a transparent and accountable
government, reducing the size and
cost of government and building a
transportation city. For information
on non-emergency City services
and programs, Toronto residents,
businesses and visitors can dial 311,
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The Government of Canada Further Contributes


to the Global Efforts to Protect
Children Online
fight Internet predators and child abuse

TORONTO, June 17, 2013 The


Honourable Rob Nicholson, P.C., Q.C.,
M.P. for Niagara Falls, Minister of
Justice and Attorney General of Canada,
announced today that Canada is joining
the Global Alliance Against Child Sexual
Abuse Online.

Our Government is committed to keeping


our streets and communities safe and to
protecting the most vulnerable members
of society our children, said Minister
Nicholson. Child sexual exploitation
is a horrific crime. Canada continues to
lead, support and implement numerous
initiatives, domestically and abroad, to
prevent and combat the sexual exploitation
of children, but no country can fight this
crime alone.
The goal of the Global Alliance is to
strengthen international determination to

images online. It focuses on identifying


and helping victims, prosecuting offenders,
increasing public awareness and reducing
the availability of child pornography
online.
The Internet has created new opportunities
for sex offenders to prey on children all
over the world. International cooperation
is critical to effectively investigate cases
of online sexual exploitation and to better
identify and prosecute offenders. By
working together through this international
initiative, Canada and its partners will be
able to secure the progress required to
bring criminals to justice and get exploited
children to safety.
Online sexual exploitation of children
knows no borders, added Minister
Nicholson. Canada looks forward to
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MoneyGram to Transfer to NASDAQ

My two heroes AbebechGobena and TibebeMaco:


the mothers of the orphaned in Ethiopia

W/o AbebechGobena

DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr. 23,


2013-- MoneyGram International, Inc.
(NYSE: MGI), a leading global money
transfer company, announced today that it
will move its stock listing to the NASDAQ
Global Select Market from the New York
Stock Exchange, effective May 13, 2013.
The Company will continue trading under
the ticker symbol MGI.

MoneyGram brings its customers closer


by helping them send funds almost anywhere in the world through cash, bank account, online and mobile. Their versatility
and forward thinking culture is perfectly
aligned with NASDAQs family of listed
companies.

Upon being listed on the NASDAQ, MoneyGram joins the worlds most innovative
companies, said Pamela H. Patsley, chairman and chief executive officer. NASDAQ is a global leader in advanced trading technologies, which will provide our
shareholders with cost-efficient trading opportunities. MoneyGram will also benefit
from reduced listing fees. As an innovative
leader in the money transfer and payments
industry, we are excited to be a part of the
NASDAQ.

MoneyGram, a leading money transfer


company, enables consumers who are not
fully served by traditional financial institutions to meet their financial needs.
MoneyGram offers bill payment services
in the United States and Canada and money transfer services worldwide through a
global network of more than 310,000 agent
locations including retailers, international post offices and financial institutions
in 197 countries and territories. To learn
more about money transfer or bill payment
at an agent location or online, please visit moneygram.com or connect with us on
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We welcome MoneyGram to our growing


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executive vice president, NASDAQ OMX.

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Some of us flee from dangers
and misfortunes. Some others just face
it. Some of us stand aloof in the face of
injustice. Some simply cannot afford to
do that, so they toil day and night to right
things. Some of us keep complaining
about problems as if they would run
way through our anger. But few battle
the problems head to head and, they
know, only then the problems run away.
In the making of this battle heroes are
born and raised. Then we adore them.
We salute them. Because they overcame
the seemingly impossible, they inspire
us and we call them our heroes. They are
our great teachers because they instruct
us in the school of hope and faith. Such
are my two heroes Abebch and Tibebe
for whom I sing the traditional song:
Sink saynorewyeand ken erat
Tsomadrogedayyeageruntelat
(I wish I could translate it in English as
beautiful as it is in Amharic. Literally, it
means heroes fight/kill the enemies of
their country though they be starved
and have nothing to eat for dinner.)
In the case of my two heroes the
enemies are HIV/AIDS and economic
deprivations. These enemies have left so
many children orphaned and helpless.
These enemies have made many mothers
bed ridden and rendered them voiceless.
The two heroes had the courage and the
patience to fight these enemies. Against
all the odds, bit by bit, they are winning
these enemies and are putting them in
the graves. Alas, some of us were not
at their sides to supply them with the
bullets. But we celebrate their victory
and give them a place in our heart as our
heroes.
Such is the story of Abebech Gobena
and TibebeMako. They did almost the
same thing and are both my heroes.
The difference is that the later claims to
be inspired by the former. May be not
only that, Tibebe says she is relatively
educated and started the battle with
thel ittle money she had at the time.
Abebech did not have much formal
education and she did not have the rich
of this world. But, I say, they were/are
similar in having a heart and a mind of
a prophet. They knew the end from the
beginning. That is why they persevered
and succeeded in raising big institutions
that support the children and mothers of
Ethiopia. That is why they succeeded in
enlisting the best staff and rallying the
support of many volunteers. We know of
people who have got good education in
planning, good money to do whatever
they want. But they did not have enough
vision and courage to plan and build the
type of institutions these two women

S. TibebeMaco
built. These women, amazingly, had the
gut to start something without plan and
money. They capitalized on their natural
intuitive power that told them if you try
to build with sacrifice the universe lies
flat for you. For the religious it is what
we say if you take the first step God will
take the other ten steps.
Not only this, these women truly
understood what women are naturally
blessed with: loving and caring. Like
all mothers they know how to love
and serve unconditionally. The quality
that made them hero is, unlike other
mothers, they extended the love and
service to all those children and women
who earnestly needed them. In doing
so they put a face on the term selfless.
For sure, they were tested time and
again and they proved resistant. When
some of us were overwhelmed by the
numerous problems, when we were
overcome by grief due to what happened
on us and others - we fled the scene.
Albeit, these women chose to stay. These
women chose to fight. That is what
unconditional love makes out of you, it
makes you a hero.
It is a silent and a loud fight. Silent in that
they did not scream on the government
or the colonialists as the problem
creator. They did not curse their fate
for being an Ethiopian, for being born
amidst the chaos and the darkness. They
might have been stunned by the social
crisis their country has found itself.
But they knew they can only play their
part in taking one step at a time. As a
result, they took the first step and now
they are reaching thousands of bereaved
children. Loud in that their action spoke
well. The impact of their action is visible.
Their silent years of effort yielded fruits
and, let alone us, the world knows it.
The rest is up to us. They have lighted
the darkness. They have led the way. The
challenge is for us. Shall we carry the
banner they raised and share in their
heroism or continue to pass our days
in slumber? Shall we insist in blaming
everyone but ourselves for all the
misfortunes of our country or just arise
and join the battle in defeating the same
misfortunes? It is now up to us to support
them in any way we can so that the flame
of unconditional love continues to burn.
Give them twenty dollar, sponsor a
child, join fundraising dinner it does
not matter. What matters is we have
joined the battle to erase poverty and
injustice from the face of Ethiopia. It is
not going to pay back immediately (as
we demand answer through political
protest). I assure you, slowly but surely,
it pays back in ten or twenty years if we
can only share the vision from my two
heroes.
(The writer can be reached at
solomonbly@yahoo.com

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Governor General David Johnston


Reflects On Africa's Past And Future
- by Samuel Getachew

cooperation between Canadians and Africa.


The diplomacy of knowledge also requires us
to take action across borders.
While such diplomacy operates on many
geographic levels -- local, regional and
national -- it's particularly potent when we
cross international borders and cultivate
interactions among teachers, researchers,
students and schools in different countries.
In Ghana, you visited BasicNeeds Ghana,
where you witnessed how Canadian funds
are having an impact. Why do you think such
institutions are still great investments for
Canada and Canadians?

Honourable David Johnston

His Excellency the Right Honourable David


Johnston recently made a historic trip to
Africa at the request of the Prime Minister.
His travel included Ghana, Botswana and
South Africa.
In announcing the historic trip of Canada's
Governor General, Prime Minister Stephen
Harper noted how "Canada has unique
relations with all the African countries being
visited by the Governor General, including
strong commercial and educational ties
with Ghana, significant mutual investment
with Botswana, and strong education and
commercial ties with South Africa."
The Governor General looks back to his
historic trip, reflects on the vast opportunity
that exists for Canada and Canadians to
make an impact in the continent and finally
reflects on his visit to a museum dedicated
to the history of apartheid and a noted
famous (honorary) Canadian citizen, Nelson
Mandela.
At the request of the Prime Minister, you
undertook an extensive historic state visit
to Ghana, Botswana and South Africa.
What were some of the highlights and what
surprised you most about the continent.
I must say I was very much looking forward
to returning to Ghana and South Africa, two
countries that I visited some 20 years ago
when I was Principal and Vice-Chancellor
of McGill University. I was most impressed
by both countries' tremendous progress
which I think is due to their openness and
commitment in establishing good governance
and democracy.
It was my first time visiting Botswana. I was
enchanted by the beauty of the country and
the warmth of its people.
In Ghana, you paid homage to Africa's giant
- the late Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and his late
wife. Why was it important to pay tribute to
the former President.
Sharon and I paid homage to the late Dr.
Kwame Nkrumah, former president of the
Republic of Ghana, who oversaw the nation's
independence from British colonial rule on
March 6, 1957, and became the first president
of the country. It was an honour for both of
us to lay wreaths on behalf of the people of
Canada on the tombs of this great leader and
his wife, Fathia Nkrumah.
In the countries you visited, you highlighted
the need to strengthen bilateral relations
between Canada and them. What are
some of the relations you would like to see
strengthened?
I believe we need to focus even more
on the globalization of education and
innovation through the concept that I call
the "Diplomacy of Knowledge." The sharing
of ideas and expertise is key to reinforcing
existing
partnerships
and
assessing
opportunities to create new ones for greater

As a matter of fact, my wife Sharon visited


BasicNeeds. She was impressed by the NGO's
great outreach program to communities.
She witnessed how Canada's support helped
improving the lives of so many Africans living
with the daily challenges of mental illness.
Botswana is a country where Canadian
companies have a powerful role in business
and charity. While there, you highlighted
how the adult population in the country is
25 % HIV affected. What role do you see for
Canada and Canadians in helping lower the
HIV epidemic in the country?
Once again my wife visited the Tebelopele
HIV Testing and Counselling Centre. She
was blown away by the professionalism
and the sensitive counselling offered by the
youth at the clinic. Her visit allowed her to
witness how Canada's support towards HIV
clinics can make a difference in eliminating
this infectious disease. She also did the HIV
test and mentioned to local media how easy,
quick and harmless the experience was.

How does acupuncture work?

Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific


points located near or on the surface of the
skin which have the ability to alter various
biochemical and physiological conditions in
order to achieve the desired effect.
The basic foundation for Oriental medicine
is that there is a life energy flowing through
the body which is termed Qi (pronounced
chee). This energy flows through the body
on channels known as meridians that connect all of our major organs. According to
Chinese medical theory, illness arises when
the cyclical flow of Qi in the meridians becomes unbalanced or is blocked.
Acupuncture points are areas of designated electrical sensitivity. Inserting needles at
these points stimulates various sensory receptors that, in turn, stimulate nerves that
transmit impulses to the hypothalamic-pituitary system at the base of the brain.
The hypothalamus-pituitary glands are responsible for releasing neurotransmitters

and endorphins, the body's natural pain-killing hormones. It is estimated that endorphins
are 200 times more potent than morphine.
Endorphins also play a big role in the functioning of the hormonal system. This is why
acupuncture works well for back pain and arthritis and also for P.M.S. and infertility.
The substances released as a result of acupuncture not only relax the whole body, they
regulate serotonin in the brain which plays a
role in human and animal disposition. This
is why depression is often treated with acupuncture.
Some of the physiological effects observed
throughout the body include increased circulation, decreased inflammation, relief from
pain, relief of muscle spasms and increased
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In Botswana, you had a chance to visit a


diamond facility owned by Canada's Lucara
Diamond Corporation. The company's
mission "is to build a leading African-focused
diamond production and development
company". Why is it important for Canadian
companies to be engaged to Africa's long
term interest as well as their own?
It is important for Canada and Africa to
share their knowledge and expertise. We can
learn so much from one another. Throughout
my visits to Ghana, Botswana and South
Africa, I was accompanied by a Canadian
delegation that helped reinforce peopleto-people linkages with their counterparts.
These encounters play an important role in
reinforcing Canada's continued engagement
in Africa.
In South Africa, you addressed a university
crowd on Canada-South African relations.
What were some of the highlights of the
speech?
I felt it was important to focus on the
diplomacy of Knowledge and the sharing
of expertise. I also touched on the great
collaboration between our two countries.
Canadians and South Africans are partners
in new and exciting initiatives in research,
education, mining, aerospace, agriculture,
food services, transportation and energy.
Another example of our collaboration
involves a number of South African postsecondary institutions, including the
University of Cape Town, the University of
the Western Cape, Stellenbosch University
and the University of Witwatersrand.
You were a noted academia before your
appointment as Governor General. What role
should Canada play in the establishments of
educational opportunities in South Africa?
We need to focus on life-long learning and
education in order to achieve innovation.
Education is the wheel that leads us to
success, the achievements of our goals and the

development of new partnerships. Another


great example of Canada-South Africa
collaboration is our work in establishing
and nurturing the African Institute for
Mathematical Sciences and the Next Einstein
Initiative.
This idea came from physicist Neil Turok,
a South African who now heads up the
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in
Canada. The institute he set up with support
from the Canadian Government and others
in Cape Town is truly innovative. The aim is
to help build a critical mass of scientific and
technical talent on this continent, and I am
delighted to see the idea catching on in other
African countries.
You also had a chance to visit the Apartheid
Museum. What was the experience like?
I was privileged to have the Curator of
the Museum explain key moments in the
history of the apartheid and deepened my
understanding of South Africa and its people.
Leaders such as Nelson Mandela, who is
an honorary citizen of our country and
an Honorary Companion of the Order of
Canada, was central to every stage of South
Africa's epic struggle against apartheid.
This is from formulating a new approach
in the 1940s and leading the mass struggles
of the 1950s to the formation of Umkhonto
we Siswe in the early 1960s and his 27-year
imprisonment. The wisdom, courage and
conviction of this great leader is remarkable
and is an inspiration to us all.
- by Samuel Getachew

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achieve our common goals.
Since 2006, the Government of Canada has
put forward a number of measures to better
protect children, including:
putting in place the Safe Streets and
Communities Act, which increased
penalties for sexual offences against
children and created two new offences
aimed at conduct that could facilitate
or enable the commission of a sexual
offence against a child; strengthening the
sex offender registry; increasing the age
of protection from 14 to 16 years old;
eliminating house arrest for criminals
who commit serious and violent offences
including for all child sexual offences;
putting in place legislation to make the
reporting of child pornography by Internet
service providers mandatory; and,
strengthening
the
sentencing
and
monitoring of dangerous offenders.
On February 4, 2013, the Government
announced its intention to bring forward
legislation to further toughen penalties
for child sexual offences and to better
address the risks posed by known child
sex offenders. The Governments Plan
for Safe Streets and Communities is one
of four priorities identified by the Prime
Minister. This plan focuses on holding
violent criminals accountable, enhancing
the rights of victims, and increasing the
efficiency of our justice system.

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