Posted: Sep 24, 2021 4:08 Pm Ct | Last Updated: September 24 A Polling Station In Iqaluit For Monday's Federal Election.

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Israel Adesanya Blasts New Zealand Politicians, I'll Never Fight In NZ!! Israel Adesanya Blasts New Zealand Politicians ... I'll Never Fight In NZ!! Israel Adesanya says it was his dream to fight in New Zealand -- the country in which he resides -- but now it'll NEVER happen ... 'cause the UFC star says the country's bureaucrats have treated MMA fighters like crap in the wake of COVID-19. “You will never see me fight in New Zealand ever again, ever again,” Adesanya said on YouTube. “All that money, they can get it from somewhere else. The rugby, the cricket, and all the others they’re f***ing giving exemptions to. But for me, you will never ever see me fight on these shores [again]." FYI, 32-year-old Adesanya was born in Nigeria, but moved to New Zealand at the age of 10. He's lived in NZ since. Izzy explained he's pissed because the NZ government -- which has very strict COVID protocols in place -- have allowed other sports teams exceptions to train ... meanwhile, he says MMA fighters like himself and Dan Hooker have been shut down by the politicians. In fact, Israel, Dan and the rest of the City Kickboxing team previously set up a tent/bubble in Auckland where Hooker could prepare for his upcoming UFC 266 fight ... but they were forced to close up shop when police slapped them with a warning, accusing them of violating COVID protocol. Now, because of the way they were treated, Adesanya says he'll never fight in NZ. "That was one of my dreams, to headline a stadium in my backyard. That dream's dead in the water. That's just the way I feel right now." But, Izzy didn't stop there ... [Construction]


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Nunavut resident raises concern over Elections Canada signs in English, French, but not Inuktitut An Iqaluit woman who complained about signs at a polling station that weren't in Inuktitut was asked if she could help translate. "It's definitely not my job to do a favour for Elections Canada when they should have been prepared," says Elisapi Aningmiuq. Posted: Sep 24, 2021 4:08 PM CT | Last Updated: September 24 A polling station in Iqaluit for Monday's federal election. Signs asking that voters wear masks were posted in English and French, but not Inuktitut. (Matisse Harvey/Radio-Canada) When Iqaluit resident Elisapi Aningmiuq told Elections Canada staff at an Iqaluit polling station that the mandatory mask signs weren't in Inuktitut, she said they asked her if she could translate it. She translated one of the posters and was asked to do more, but said no.  "It's definitely not my job to do a favour for Elections Canada when they should have been prepared," said Aningmiuq.  Aningmiuq said seeing signs posted not in Inuktitut is disheartening, and she worries about the impact on unilingual Inuit.  "Many times we feel that it's just unacceptable not to see Inuktitut in the signs that are meant for the community," she said.   The sign posted by a worker at Elections Nunavut. (Submitted by Elisapi Aningmiuq) Aningmiuq contacted Nunavut senator Dennis Patterson, who put out a press release Wednesday on the issue.  Patterson said not including Inuktitut on Elections Canada signs is an infringement on voter rights.  "I'm really concerned that Elections Canada has, at least in Iqaluit, thrown up a barrier which can affect the political rights of especially unilingual Inuit to vote," he said. Patterson told CBC that he will be asking questions in the senate about the issue.  "It can be fixed easily. It's not an expensive thing, I would say the federal departments are making signs all the time," he said.  "Adding another language is not a huge burden." A spokesperson for Elections Canada said most of their signage is in Inuktitut.  Nunavut's mask mandate was reinforced the night before the election. The spokesperson said local returning officers took it upon themselves to make the posters.  Elections Canada does publish its guide to the federal election and voter ID cards in Inuktitut.  Elections Canada also made a poster this year with candidates names and parties to help voters better identify them on the ballot, Elections Canada said in an email to CBC.  Federal ballots are printed in French and English as legislated under the Canada Elections Act.