Constance Renton, Author at Morocco World News
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Constance Renton

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Constance graduated from the Television and Radio Broadcasting Program at Canadore College in 1983. She has 25 years of commercial television writing and producing with Canada’s number 1 privately owned network, CTV. She also wrote and produced a weekly local real estate program in her home city of North Bay, Ontario, Canada. Raised in a very politicized family environment, Constance also has extensive labour relations experience, having held the positions of shop steward, vice-president and president of her television station’s local for more than 10 years. After she departed CTV in 2009, Constance put her marketing background to good use for one of Canada’s largest financial institutions, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), becoming a top seller within her first year of employment. When presented with an opportunity to live in Morocco, the country of her childhood dreams, and work as a writer and editor for Morocco World News, Constance didn’t hesitate.

Norwegian Far-Right Group Mistakes Empty Seats Busy For Women Wearing Burqa

Norwegian Far-Right Group Mistakes Empty Seats Busy For Women Wearing Burqa
Toronto - A Norwegian far-right group calling themselves Fatherland First, has been publicly shown up on social media after posting a picture of dark...

Qatar Lodges Official Complaint with World Trade Organization Against Trade Boycott

Qatar Lodges Official Complaint with World Trade Organization Against Trade Boycott
Toronto - Qatar’s World Trade Organization (WTO) representative, Ali Alwaleed al-Thani, announced the country has launched formal proceedings again the three countries who imposed...

Continued Unrest in Rif Poses Risk, but Morocco’s ‘Stability Will Prevail’:...

Riffian Women Activists Step Out, Breaking Stereotypes
Rabat - BMI Research, a Fitch Group company, has released a new report predicting that the ongoing unrest in the Rif region will not...

Popular Iranian TV Anchor Stirs Scandal Photographed Without Veil and Drinking...

Popular Iranian TV Anchor Stirs Scandal Photographed Without Veil and Drinking Beer
Rabat - Pictures of popular Iranian television presenter, Azadeh Namdori, without her veil and drinking a beer while on vacation, have stirred huge controversy...

Morocco’s Three Major Banks Assess Sub-Saharan Risk Differently: Moody’s Report

Attijariwafa Bank
Rabat - Morocco’s three leading financial institutions, Attijariwafa, BMCE and BCP, have expanded into Sub-Saharan Africa despite different approaches to risk management, revealed a...

BMI Research: Morocco Set to Capitalize on China’s Slowing Phosphate Production

Moroccan Phosphates and South Africa’s Economic War on Morocco
Toronto - Morocco’s market share in phosphate production will steadily increase in the years leading up to 2021 as China sees its share slow,...

Microsoft Paint to be Scrapped After 32 Years

Microsoft Paint to be Scrapped After 32 Years
Rabat - Microsoft has announced that one of its original programs, Microsoft Paint, will not be included in its Autumn Creative Update for 2017. Declaring...

Israel Agrees to Take Down Metal Detectors at Al Aqsa

Israel Agrees to Take Down Metal Detectors at Al Aqsa
Rabat - In what appears to be a complete reversal of strategy, Israel has agreed to dismantle the much-hated metal detectors it installed a...

Turkey Denounces Israeli Actions at Al Aqsa as ‘Wrong, Unlawful and...

Palestinians fear Israel is trying to retake the holy site of al-Aqsa by stealth [Ahmad Gharabli/AFP]
Toronto - Following a cabinet meeting on Monday, Turkey has spoken out against Israel’s added security measures at the Al Aqsa mosque and its...

Israel Refuses to Remove Metal Detectors from Al Aqsa Mosque Compound

Israel Refuses to Remove Metal Detectors from Al Aqsa Mosque Compound
Toronto - Despite international calls to bring an end to tensions in Jerusalem, Israel has announced that the main source of that tension, metal...

Tensions Mount as Israel Installs Security Cameras at Al-Aqsa

Israel Agrees to Take Down Metal Detectors at Al Aqsa
Toronto - In a move that has angered Palestinians and their supporters, Israel has installed security cameras outside the entrance to the Al Aqsa...

World Reacts to Jerusalem’s Bloody Friday

World Reacts to Jerusalem's Bloody Friday
Toronto - World leaders are speaking out against Friday’s violent crackdown on protesters by Israeli security forces. Condemnation from the west has been faint with...

Muslim Miss World Australia Answers Racist Calls for Her to Give...

Miss World Australia Esma Voloder
Toronto - Since her crowning last Friday, Australia’s Esma Voloder, has been hit with a barrage of anti-Muslim sentiment and repeated calls for her...

UN Secretary General Condemns Israeli Jerusalem Crackdown and Calls for Investigation

Antonio Guterres
Toronto - United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, has condemned the violence in Jerusalem on Friday, which resulted in the deaths of three young...

Palestinian Leadership Freezes Contact with Israel over Protest Crackdown

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas
Rabat - Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, has announced that the Palestinian leadership will freeze contact with Israel over its harsh crackdown on Palestinian protesters...

Qatar’s Emir: Ready for Dialogue that Respects Our Sovereignty

Toronto - In his first publicly televised address since the crisis kicked off in early June, Qatar’s Emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, has...

Three Palestinians Die in Jerusalem Al Aqsa Demonstrations

Jerusalem
Rabat - Three Palestinian men have reportedly been shot dead in Jerusalem and hundreds have been wounded in demonstrations Friday over new security measures...

Israeli Police Kill Palestinian Man in East Jerusalem

Palestinians fear Israel is trying to retake the holy site of al-Aqsa by stealth [Ahmad Gharabli/AFP]
Rabat - A Palestinian man has reportedly been shot dead by Israeli security forces in East Jerusalem and scores have been wounded in clashes...