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Symbolism Of The Canadian Flag

Symbolism Of The Canadian Flag

By Rupert Johnson  Sunday, February 15, 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of our Canadian flag which has become a powerful symbol of freedom, democracy and diversity. Therefore, on this historic day we should pause and reflect upon the symbolism of ...

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5 Secrets For Winning A Post-Secondary Scholarship

5 Secrets For Winning A Post-Secondary Scholarship

NC – Each year, thousands of Canadian students earn scholarships that help them offset their education costs. Surprisingly, over $15 million of the $70 million available each year in scholarship dollars goes unclaimed, according to industry estimates. “Scholarships are a ...

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The Oppression Of Freedom

The Oppression Of Freedom

By L. Ardor | Lamoi Pride Columnist On February 1, Muslim women all over the world are extending an invitation to cover up. World Hijab Day, founded by Nazma Khan in 2013 in recognition of Muslim women who choose to ...

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The Forgotten Nigerians

By Rupert Johnson Over two weeks ago there was a thunderous outcry and condemnation of the coldblooded murder of 17 people in Paris, France by Islamist terrorists. About a million people, including 40 world leaders, marched side by side in ...

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Can Trauma Spur Creativity?

Can Trauma Spur Creativity?

After His Devastating Loss, a Man Finds Healing Through Writing Can an emotional trauma flip a switch in the creative brain? Does profound loss offer a new perspective from which to peer into one’s soul? For LeRoy Flemming, author of ...

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Sabotaging U.S.-Cuba Détente In The Kennedy Era

By Robert F. Kennedy Jr Guest Columnist This is the third of three articles written by Robert F. Kennedy – son of late U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy – which address relations ...

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