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Ottawa Doesn’t Need Another Police Chief, it Needs a Leader OWLE presents workshop to address barriers and challenges that female officers face Uproar over Ford’s tuition framework: Is it warranted? Anderson Cooper is coming to Ottawa An 80 per cent tax on spirits — and the federal government wants more? China grows amid voices chanting its collapse

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Ottawa Doesn’t Need Another Police Chief, it Needs a Leader

Ottawa Doesn’t Need Another Police Chief, it Needs a Leader

Ottawa’s issues are clear; officers’ morale is at an all-time low, we are witnessing rifts over diversity and equal opportunity, a police union fighting for adequate staffing levels, even ER doctors are complaining of the rise in shooting victims arriving to hospitals.
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OWLE presents workshop to address barriers and challenges that female officers face

OWLE presents workshop to address barriers and challenges that female officers face

The Ontario Women in Law Enforcement is an organization that strives to bring together, promote and advance women working in the law enforcement field across the province.
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Uproar over Ford’s tuition framework: Is it warranted?

Uproar over Ford’s tuition framework: Is it warranted?

It’s clear that Doug Ford’s new tuition framework will have a huge impact the province, its students, and its universities, but it’s less clear what this impact may be. 
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Anderson Cooper is coming to Ottawa

Anderson Cooper is coming to Ottawa

Cooper will talk about his passions, share his perspectives and answer your questions in this laid back and uncensored evening.
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An 80 per cent tax on spirits — and the federal government wants more?

An 80 per cent tax on spirits — and the federal government wants more?

Finance Minister Morneau’s new “escalator” tax on alcohol, set to increase automatically on April first each year, is unwarranted, punitive for consumers, and deadly for the Canadian spirits industry. 
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China grows amid voices chanting its collapse

China grows amid voices chanting its collapse

There is no surprise that a new round of the “China collapse theories” has recently been stirred up by some Western media. Such voices will never be absent when there is a slight slowdown in China’s economy or fluctuations in the stock market. However, like the nirvana of the Phoenix, China’s economy always thrives after growing pains, frustrating those anticipating the otherwise.
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