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Women’s Rights: Progress, But Still A Long Way To Go

Women’s Rights: Progress, But Still A Long Way To Go

By Ettie Rutherford Contributing Columnist Globally, March 8 was celebrated as International Women’s Day, and I proudly salute women, around the globe, as we all join in solidarity, to acknowledge the sacrifices and leadership that women, on a daily basis, ...

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Quebec’s Bill 40: Educational Conflagration?

Quebec’s Bill 40: Educational Conflagration?

By Yvonne Sam Pride Contributing Columnist On October 1, 2018, a general election was held in Quebec, to elect members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It was the first election in 40 years, wherein the issue of sovereignty was ...

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Are We Living In The Era Of Post-Modern Slavery?

Are We Living In The Era Of Post-Modern Slavery?

By Yvonne Sam Pride Contributing Columnist Sadly, there is no candy–coated way to say this, hence, I am left with no alternative but to say it, boldly: in this bleak, broken, post-modern world, in which we live, we are all ...

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