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July, 2021

  • 14 July

    InnovaModa Presents 2021 Fashion Show

    -Editorial The annual event that has become the platform for people that aspire to be in the fashion industry is back with a full lineup of conferences and activities that will help mold the next generation of entrepreneurs.  The 2021 edition of InnovaModa will take place July 30 and 31 …

  • 13 July

    Business Travel Continues an Uphill Battle to Recovery

    -Editorial Based on the current situation of COVID-19, business travel and large conferences will still struggle for the next two years as the industry tries to recover from a year of crisis. Add the Delta variant that has become the dominant strain in the United States, it is still unknown …

  • 12 July

    COPARMEX Mexicali asks the Baja California Secretary of Public Health to review data

    MEXICALI, BC- COPARMEX Mexicali gave a press conference in which they asked the State Secretary of Health to review the data that keeps the city in the yellow tier, by being the only city in the state, while the remaining cities are in the green. The president of COPARMEX Mexicali, …

  • 8 July

    Elections 2021: a look into the future

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, social activist, philanthropist, and law professor. As each election day, the past June 6 marks a historic day for Mexico, citizenship participation is still not ideal, however, a large number of citizens responded to their call and fulfilled their civic duty to go out …

  • 8 July

    THE FIRST PHASE OF THE METROPOLITAN BUS PROJECT BEGINS IN TJ

    -Editorial The project known as Metropolitan Bus began with the commissioning of four routes from Natura, Margaritas, Valle de las Palmas and Terrazas del Valle to the Insurgentes Terminal of the Tijuana Comprehensive Transportation System (SITT). The Secretary-General of the Government, Amador Rodríguez Lozano, said that during the State Administration …

  • 7 July

    IID Reviews Coachella Energy Commission Bylaws Before Approval

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors is close to establishing a new energy commission in the Coachella Valley as they reviewed the draft bylaws at their July 6th meeting.  This was a follow to a project introduced by IID Director J.B. Hamby to create an energy commission that …

  • 6 July

    Wheeler named Interim Dean of SDSU IV

    -Editorial Mark Wheeler, formerly associate dean for academic affairs at San Diego State University Imperial Valley, has been named interim Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and interim Dean here. Wheeler’s new role was shared following Dr. Gregorio A. Ponce’s announcement that he would complete his tenure as dean in August and …

  • 6 July

    Canada to Ease Border Restrictions with US

    -Editorial Pandemic restrictions on travel between Canada and the U.S. began to loosen Monday for some Canadians, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said plans to totally reopen the border would be announced over the next few weeks. Canadian citizens and permanent residents who have had a full dose of a …

  • 6 July

    IN BAJA CALIFORNIA THERE IS NO MIGRANT CRISIS: JAIME BONILLA VALDEZ

    -Editorial The state governor, Jaime Bonilla Valdez, categorically refuted that there is a crisis in Tijuana due to the migratory flow, national or foreign, and reaffirmed that “Baja California is considered a sanctuary for migrants and a land of opportunities for those seeking a better future.” This was expressed during …

  • 5 July

    BAJA CALIFORNIA AND THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE JOIN EFFORTS

    -Editorial The Government of Baja California will continue working with organizations that work in favor of the people, as the Governor of the State, Jaime Bonilla Valdez, has done during his tenure. The above was said by the Undersecretary of Attention to Civil Society Organizations, Bárbara Patricia Pacheco, during a …

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