While some are for or against the campaign strategy, most are struggling to understand what it means The post Republican voters cheer, jeer, shrug off Cruz-Kasich pact appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Canada Post and the government of Canada have been named in a complaint under the Canadian Human Right act for distributing a monthly Toronto tabloid newspaper that is allegedly laced with hate propaganda. Ottawa lawyer Richard Warman, who has a track record of successful actions before human rights commissions, claims in a four-page complaint that […]
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The media advisory slipped silently into email inboxes on Wednesday afternoon. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would be in New York from Wednesday to Friday to sign the Paris Agreement on climate change. While there, he would be speaking to some NYU students, and answering their questions. Oh, and this: “The Prime Minister will train at […]
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…when confronted with an act of profound evil: “This was an act of cold-blooded murder and responsibility rests squarely with the terrorist group who took him hostage.” Trudeau said the Canadian government is committed to working with the Philippine government and international partners to “pursue those responsible for this heinous act and bring them to […]
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Makes sense. Assisted suicide vs. Attawapiskat. Untie that knot, if you can. Don't know how Ottawa can reconcile assisted suicide with crisis at Attawapiskat. https://t.co/cHle6sMWNr https://t.co/EYokMfjb6q #cdnpoli — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) April 25, 2016
…for wilfully distributing hate propaganda, here. Warman filed his human rights complaint single-handedly, but said he has the support of a coalition of Your Ward News opponents, including former Canadian Jewish Congress CEO Bernie Farber, political consultant and writer Warren Kinsella and his wife, former political staffer Lisa Kinsella. (A recent issue of Your Ward […]
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Ministers to discuss Alberta economy, six months in government, and 'all the hard work' ahead The post On the schedule at the Trudeau cabinet retreat appeared first on Macleans.ca.