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G20 meeting signals the end of the beginning of Covid-19 Fighting the bureaucracy for one’s life Canada is at war with COVID-19: We must survive and prosper again What is the place of French in Canada 50 years after the Official Languages Act was first enacted? Memo to the Government of Canada regarding the Wet'suwet'en affair: Listen to Grand Chief Joseph Tokwiro Norton It’s time to stop using the “rule of law” as a weapon against Indigenous peoples

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G20 meeting signals the end of the beginning of Covid-19

G20 meeting signals the end of the beginning of Covid-19

China, Russia, UK and other G20 countries call for the world to fight the coronavirus together
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Fighting the bureaucracy for one’s life

Fighting the bureaucracy for one’s life

Chris MacLeod is leading a battle against obstinate Ontario bureaucrats and political leaders for a cause that will save hundreds of lives.
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Canada is at war with COVID-19: We must survive and prosper again

Canada is at war with COVID-19: We must survive and prosper again

When bullets are not flying, and bombs are not dropping, and no physical damage is evident, it is difficult to believe that we are in a war; but we are in a war.
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What is the place of French in Canada 50 years after the Official Languages Act was first enacted?

What is the place of French in Canada 50 years after the Official Languages Act was first enacted?

Over 43 per cent of public service positions today are now designated bilingual, and more than 96 per cent of employees in these positions have achieved the required language proficiency.
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Memo to the Government of Canada regarding the Wet'suwet'en affair: Listen to Grand Chief Joseph Tokwiro Norton

Memo to the Government of Canada regarding the Wet'suwet'en affair: Listen to Grand Chief Joseph Tokwiro Norton

Prime Minister Trudeau is leading a rudderless vessel of federal officials incapable of resolving the contradictory interests between factions of the Wet’suwet’en Nation.

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It’s time to stop using the “rule of law” as a weapon against Indigenous peoples

It’s time to stop using the “rule of law” as a weapon against Indigenous peoples

Throughout the history of Canada and British North America, the rule of law has been used by colonial governments to renege on treaty obligations.
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