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Toronto MP died of cancer earlier this month. He was 50.
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Tories want the focus to remain on job creation, leveling the playing field with Mexican labour.
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It's weird that our political parties fall along this arbitrary spectrum.
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Canadians have good reason to question the government's "security" justification for the refusal.
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Smokers should at least be 25, the article says.
Labour laws across this country have not kept up with the times. Written when most jobs were full time, and people could stay in one job to build a career and a life for their families, today's laws cannot adequately address the needs of workers in increasingly precarious temporary work and contract positions.
Arenas (ice-hockey or political) are the epicentres for unapologetic tributes. Accolades from the glory days are are embellished and exalted in a pursuit to replicate that power. As supporters, we are blind to the controversial changes implemented by the organization at hand, and refuse to acknowledge criticism from outside the bubble (myself included).
"It's pretty clear that the government is investing money differently."
"I worry that these kinds of constraints could actually really limit the quote unquote independence of the office in practice."
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Two seats were up for grabs in Alberta, two in Ontario and one in Quebec
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Canada has sent a powerful message that reverberates across all factions: Canada stands with Muslims. This is what M-103 accomplishes. And this is the kind of religious tolerance and inclusiveness that make Canada a model for diversity around the world.
Thanks to the federal budget presented by Finance Minister Bill Morneau, we saw not the self-described feminist, environmentalist, progressive Justin T, but the reigning prime minister of austerity and broken promises. Clearly, "sunny ways" for the "middle class" are no longer part of his weather forecast.
What needs to be made clear is that most Canadians challenging this motion are not challenging the issues facing the Muslim communities, or that racism does not exist; what they are uncomfortable with in this motion is the fact that it is favouring one community over others.