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This week was definitely a rich week for Information. From the Liberal Win to the Blue Jayz Loss ends season! It was an exiting time around the city during this tense fight between what we are allowed to call two beautifull warriors. The excitement surrounding the team’s first trip to the playoffs since 1993 leads to some skyrocketings TV audiences! Over 1 million viewers on the screens during this sport performance!

The Jays’ TV Ratings Are Skyrocketing, But What Does That Mean?

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/blue-jays-season-ends-1.3287101

Justin Trudeau, Yesterday’s third man is now our current Prime Minister! Congratulations to the Liberals. This campaign almost perfectly managed, is the symbol of change in the way that people lived the political thing. Justin will have to manage the increasingly hight expectations and a hungry for transparancy and efficiency! Justin trudeau remind me the Boyz band phenomenon in the 90’s. He is good looking, inspireful, he has an historical heredity that make him close to most of the canadian, but I can’t retain myself to question: will he sing by himself or are we going to witness another playback song as only politicians have the secret?…Time will say!

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-election-2015-trudeau-liberal-major-1.3278681

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2015/10/20/justin-trudeau-victory-speech_n_8335124.html

These two previous event must not make us forget the rest of the world actuality:

The meeting Between Bachar El Hasad (Syrian President) and Vladimir Putine (Russian President) about the Syrian War and the related issues in Middle east! A definetly complexe issue who actually devide the political world. But meanwhile what about the population who are waiting not much than peace?

http://www.wsj.com/articles/syrian-president-bashar-al-assad-visits-moscow-1445414559

The crisis in Congo where the current President Denis Sassou Nguesso, in charge of the country for almost 30 years is holding  a referendum on constitutional changes that would allow him to stand for a third therm. Opposition’s leaders have called for a boycott after a number of protesters died in clashes with security forces. A pretty hot topic to follow in the next few weeks because of minerals wealthnesses and the internationals involvements in this region. Stay tuned!

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-34630366

What about Isis beheading Ethiopian Christian in Lybia this week. Another sad case of a minority persecution in this part of the world…we must stay positive, aware and keep talking about whats wrong in our world, it’s the only way to make things change!

http://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2015/04/19/cnntoday-sot-isis-claims-beheadings-ethiopian-christians.cnn

WATCH: ISIS Beheads Ethiopian Christians in Libya

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/19/isis-ethiopians-_n_7094876.html

The man of street talked about all these topics this week so stay tuned to the Blog street journal. Don’t hesitate to share with us the Topics which caught your attention and let us exchange about them. I hope to hear about you soon! 😉

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