Politics

A city councilor from Richmond Hill has started a campaign to lure Québecers unhappy with their government’s proposed ban on religious symbols for civil servants. ...

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On Monday, Sept. 16, rallies across the nation vied for a more scientific and sustainable Canada. One of those 16 rallies was at Queen’s Park in Toronto. ...

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United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has confirmed the use of the chemical weapon sarin gas, in the deadly attack on Aug. 21 resulting in about 1,400 Syrian civilian casualties....

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United Nations to vote on Syrian chemical weapons

September 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

A UN security council resolution is set to be tabled tonight, which would see Syrian chemical weapons put under international control....

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Margaret Thatcher may have been Britain's first female prime minister, but the question of whether she was an advocate for women's rights remains a contentious one, according to The Atlantic....

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North Korea continues verbal threats of war

April 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

World leaders and foreign affairs analysts are watching as verbal threats of war continue to emanate from North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un....

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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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