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Here is how Guardian Angels, The Guardian Nigeria’s new title, was launched

By Guardian Exclusive
02 April 2019   |   12:48 pm
To further cement its place as Nigeria's foremost media and digital media giant, The Guardian Nigeria launched a social impact-focused pull out, Guardian Angels, days back. The first edition of the engaging, well-put together journal featured Princess Tessy of Luxembourg. It is designed to appeal to international and pan-African audiences and will be published every Friday

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2 Apr 2019
To further cement its place as Nigeria's foremost media and digital media giant, The Guardian Nigeria launched a social impact-focused pull out, Guardian Angels, days back. The first edition of the engaging, well-put together journal featured Princess Tessy of Luxembourg. It is designed to appeal to international and pan-African audiences and will be published every Friday
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In Canada's Quebec region, many people answered the provincial government's call to work in the understaffed health sector during the Covid-19 crisis. But these "guardian angels", who make regular visits to retirement homes or isolated elderly people, are often female asylum seekers or refugees. Exposed to the virus, they risk their own health and due to a lack of working papers, they don't have health insurance cards. NGOs are now demanding that Canada recognise their sacrifice and regularise their status. Our Montréal correspondents report.