Politics

Cyprus is experiencing increased protests after recent financial trouble has left some people unable to access their money, some looking at possible unemployment, and some businesses struggling....

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As the Wynne government prepares the 2013 provincial budget, student groups in Ontario are making the case for a reduction in tuition costs. According to Statistics Canada, Ontario has the highest average undergraduate fee at $7,180,...

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By Jesse Thomas and Jonathan Zettel The 2013 HSF student elections kicked off this week. The election theme this year is “Get in the game,” free yo-yo’s are being offered to students who who decide...

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No pope yet, as papal conclave begins

March 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Amber Daugherty With files from Alex Fuller The entire world is watching the Vatican as 115 cardinals move through the process of electing a new Pope. Tuesday was the first day of the conclave,...

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Public appearance is critical for politicians to help sell themselves and political messages, said Blake Lambert, a Humber political science professor....

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TED begins its largest conference yet

February 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Compiled by Kaite Boivin Almost at year after TED set out on a global talent search for new speakers, its largest annual conference begins today. The five-day conference follows a shortened TEDx style with four...

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Shumu Haque Two men died in Bangladesh hospitals Thursday after succumbing to injuries from attacks by Bangladesh Chhatra Shibir (Shibir), the student wing of fundamentalist political party Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh,  the Daily Star, a Bangladeshi newspaper...

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Bangladeshi protest grows over war crime verdict

February 7, 2013 | 1 Comments

[SlideDeck2 id=20843 iframe = “1”] Shumu Haque The current verdict on a series of war crime tribunals has brought the nation together in an unprecedented politically neutral platform, Bangladeshi social activists say. “The spark of...

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Senator Brazeau ousted from Conservative caucus

February 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Senator Patrick Brazeau was kicked out of the Conservative caucus after he was arrested in a domestic abuse case, CTV reported Thursday. Brazeau remains a senator  but was released from his duty in the caucus...

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Complied by Tashae Haughton Britain’s future Bank of England Governor Mark Carney testified in front of British Parliament today to explain his plans when he takes over for the current governor Sir Mervyn King on...

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