Ottawa - A peace ceremony is being held for Peace River First Nation on Monday evening.It's the first time this year that the community has had a public celebration for the river.The First Nation and the Ottawa District School Board have agreed to hold the event to mark the end of school for a special day for the people.The event is being hosted by the Ottawa-Carleton School Board.The ceremony is ...
A Peace Beanies baby has been born in India with her mother and her two brothers.
The adorable little girl is the first in the country to be born with a congenital heart defect.
The little girl’s parents, Gautam and Anand Pandey, have been at the hospital since last week with their two sons, ages 11 and 13.
Their two older sons are also in the hospital.
The Pandey brothers have been with the family for nearly a decade.
Their mother, Shabnam Pandey said, was a good nurse.
The family has been in the same house for more than 25 years.
“When we got the news that our little girl was going to be delivered, we were overwhelmed,” Gautama said.
“The family is very close to us.
They always come to visit us.
We are proud of them.” “
I have been working with the Pandey family for almost five years.
We are proud of them.”
Gautamas father, Anand, is an engineer.
He and his brother, Pankaj, are a couple who live in a village in central India, and their father was the first to get a job at a government-run hospital.
“My father is a great teacher.
I have taught him all kinds of subjects and he has taught me the basics,” Gauts said.
Gautamy is also a teacher in a local school.
The young girl is doing fine with her new siblings.
“She is very happy and loves them,” Anand said.
“The Pandey children are doing well,” Pandey’s mother said.
Doctors say the baby is expected to live at least a year.
“Our goal is to give them a normal life, and we are hopeful that she will be healthy enough to live,” Gancam said.