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Top diplomat brings experience and insight — makes an impact in Ottawa The Front Lines of Ontario’s Battle to Protect the Right to Free Speech Canadian Fake News Hits Awards Circuit Pro-Life and Pro-Choice: A Call to End the Battle over Abortion    Who’s in charge here? The tangled web of disability governance and policy in Canada More spending on health care is an expensive way to buy health

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Top diplomat brings experience and insight — makes an impact in Ottawa

Top diplomat brings experience and insight — makes an impact in Ottawa

Konstantin Kavtaradze is one of Georgia’s most seasoned diplomats and for the past 28 years has been at the forefront of many of the tense international developments that have befallen his small but feisty democratic country.
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The Front Lines of Ontario’s Battle to Protect the Right to Free Speech

The Front Lines of Ontario’s Battle to Protect the Right to Free Speech

The media has described Lindsay Shepherd as an exceptional young woman and they are not wrong. Rather than focusing on the politics of the people she defends, she truly cares about their rights to free speech.
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Canadian Fake News Hits Awards Circuit

Canadian Fake News Hits Awards Circuit

Canadian election studies have proven news and public affairs coverage, polls and debates as being the most important factors in campaigns, with a commercial value of many times the combined legal campaign spending limits of all parties and candidates.
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Pro-Life and Pro-Choice: A Call to End the Battle over Abortion

Pro-Life and Pro-Choice: A Call to End the Battle over Abortion

This past week, the March for Life Rally took place on Parliament Hill. This rally is an annual gathering to protest the legalization of abortion.
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Who’s in charge here? The tangled web of disability governance and policy in Canada

Who’s in charge here? The tangled web of disability governance and policy in Canada

At the heart of the issue is the fragmentation of the governance of disability policy in Canada, leaving no single ministry with appropriate authority, decision-making ability and, importantly, accountability.
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More spending on health care is an expensive way to buy health

More spending on health care is an expensive way to buy health

If the government wants to improve the health of their population, is health care the highest-return place to invest? Our analysis suggests the answer is “no.”
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