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Everything you need to know about Trump’s new tariffs Conservative Goldie Ghamari is the Smart Choice for the New Riding of Carleton Where there is too much, something is missing “What happens to our sons and daughters with disabilities when we die?” Canada’s Racism: Are we better than our southern neighbours? Using the Word Populism is Demeaning and Belittling to Voters

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Everything you need to know about Trump’s new tariffs

Everything you need to know about Trump’s new tariffs

Last month, U.S. President Donald Trump publicly announced his intention to impose substantial taxes on imported steel and aluminium.

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Conservative Goldie Ghamari is the Smart Choice for the New Riding of Carleton

Conservative Goldie Ghamari is the Smart Choice for the New Riding of Carleton

The Ontario Provincial Conservatives have some impressive candidates running in the national capital region in the June Election. Golsa (Goldie) Ghamari is at the top of that list. She is campaigning for the seat in the newly created provincial riding of Carleton which encompasses the outer suburbs and rural areas in the east, south and west of Ottawa.
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Where there is too much, something is missing

Where there is too much, something is missing

When I was an economics student many years ago, the last living student of John Maynard Keynes and noted economist Joan Robinson gave a lecture to a packed hall.  During the question period, one smart aleck student asked, "Why should anyone study economics?"  After a prolonged pause, her answer was simple, "So you know when economists are not telling you the truth."

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“What happens to our sons and daughters with disabilities when we die?”

“What happens to our sons and daughters with disabilities when we die?”

Fix the RDSP and close the poverty gap of Canadians with disabilities
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Canada’s Racism: Are we better than our southern neighbours?

Canada’s Racism: Are we better than our southern neighbours?

Whether you’ve lived in Canada for 10 seconds or for 10 years, you’ve probably heard that this country is one of the few countries in this day and age that celebrates ethnic diversity and multiculturalism. Though we live in a society in which racial tension plagues public discourses, we Canadians take pride in the fact that we live in perfect harmony with the racialized minorities. 
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Using the Word Populism is Demeaning and Belittling to Voters

Using the Word Populism is Demeaning and Belittling to Voters

Why should the term “populist” come across as a sort of smear word, associated with characters the media goes out of its way to call reprehensible?
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