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The Erosion Of Canada’s Status As An Honest Broker

By Rupert Johnson After the Second World War, Canada was looked upon as a respected, unbiased broker in mediating conflicts around the world. There is no better example of Canada as an effective honest broker than in the peaceful resolution ...

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Dispelling The Myth Of The Bitter Single Mother

Dispelling The Myth Of The Bitter Single Mother

By L. Ardor Pride Guest Writer I am a 31 year old single mother. I was not welcomed into this exclusive club with sweets, a pamphlet of guidelines, and a ‘Big Sister’ mentor; rather I was dragged in amid tears, ...

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No Faith In Kenney’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program

By Justin Trudeau and John McCallum Those who come to this country and work hard should have a fair and reasonable chance at becoming Canadian citizens. Equally, Canada should not exploit vulnerable people from abroad who arrive on our shores. ...

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Safeguarding Yourself In Your Workplace

By Lee-Anne Lyon-Bartley Pride Guest Writer Every year tens of thousands of workers are injured or develop an occupational related illness at work every day in Canada. Even worse there are still a number of fatalities that occur within the ...

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Is It Mental Illness Or Demonic Possession?

Is It Mental Illness Or Demonic Possession?

By Dr. Peter Sealy Contributing Writer There are many African Canadians who on learning that a person has a mental illness will tell them to pray about it. Certainly individuals should pray about it but they should also seek professional ...

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The Lessons Of World War 1

By Rupert Johnson Contributing Writer Saturday, June 28, 2014 marked the 100th anniversary of WW 1. This is indeed a monumental milestone since some of the conditions that plunged the world into a major catastrophe in 1914 seem to exist ...

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Why Ending Child Marriage In Africa Can No Longer Wait

Why Ending Child Marriage In Africa Can No Longer Wait

By Julitta Onabanjo, Benoit Kalasa, and Mohamed Abdel-Ahad  JOHANNESBURG, Africa (IPS) – Just 17 years old, Clarisse is already a mother of two, who lives with her husband and his four other wives in rural southern Chad. Three years earlier, she had watched her ...

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