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What tragic thing happened in 2015?

What tragic thing happened in 2015?

December 2 – Two gunmen open fire at a workplace in San Bernardino, California, killing 14 before dying themselves in a shootout with police. ISIL claimed responsibility. December 12 – A global climate change pact is agreed at the COP 21 summit, committing all countries to reduce carbon emissions for the first time.

What big things happened in 2014?

Ten Most Significant World Events in 2014

  • Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Disappears.
  • Scotland Votes to Remain Part of the United Kingdom.
  • Eurozone Economies Falter—Again.
  • Pro-Democracy Protests Erupt in Hong Kong.
  • Narendra Modi Wins in India.
  • Negotiations on Iran’s Nuclear Program Stall.
  • Oil Prices Crash.

What was happening in 2015 in Canada?

October 19 – Justin Trudeau and the Liberals win the 2015 federal election, gaining a majority of seats in the House of Commons. November 4 – Justin Trudeau is sworn in as the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada. November 23 – Northwest Territories general election, was held.

What good things happened in 2017?

Here are 15 pieces of good news that the world received this year.

  • 80 heroic bystanders formed a human chain to save a drowning family on a Florida beach.
  • Prince Harry got engaged to Meghan Markle.
  • A 30-year-old man saved dozens of lives during the deadly shooting at a music festival in Las Vegas.

What happened India 2015?

10 April – India completed evacuating citizens from Yemen, and announced the closure of embassy. In all, about 4,640 Indians and 960 nationals from 41 other countries were evacuated. 25 April – April 2015 Nepal earthquake, a 7.9 Richter scale earthquake occurred in Nepal. Parts of North India were affected.

What world event did Canada host in 2015?

These were the third Pan American games hosted by Canada, and the first in the province of Ontario…

When was the last census in Canada?

The 2016 Canadian census is the most recent detailed enumeration of Canadian residents, which counted a population of 35,151,728, a 5% change from its 2011 population of 33,476,688. The census, conducted by Statistics Canada, was Canada’s seventh quinquennial census. The official census day was May 10, 2016.