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To discover, understand and put Canadian realities into perspective.

    CETA trade deal: Three years later, Canadian agriculture still dissatisfied

    CETA trade deal: Three years later, Canadian agriculture still dissatisfied

    In 2017 the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement was negotiated and signed into force with great satisfaction by Canada’s Trudeau government to improve trade between Canada nad the European Union, notably in the agricultural sector. It was supposed to be advantageous… »

    Canada pushes former finance minister for top OECD position

    Canada pushes former finance minister for top OECD position

    Canada’s Bill Morneau, had been a confidant and advisor to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau  since the Liberals came to power in 2015. He had also held the very important portfolio of finance minister since that time. His involvement with the… »

    Canada History: Sept. 18, 1936 – The fastest steam locomotive

    Canada History: Sept. 18, 1936 – The fastest steam locomotive

    No sooner had man invented motive power, than the quest began for who could achieve the fastest speed, on land, in the air, and on water. When it came to railways, Canada briefly was in world record speed territory. In… »

    Joe Norton, a no-nonsense down-to-earth Indigenous leader, is dead at 70

    Joe Norton, a no-nonsense down-to-earth Indigenous leader, is dead at 70

    Joseph Tokwiroh Norton, a straight-talking, no-nonsense, down-to earth man who spent much of his life fighting for the rights of members of the Mohawk Nation and other Indigenious people in Canada, has died. Norton, who served for nearly 30 years… »

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    Coalition group outlines plan to cut Montreal police budget

    Coalition group outlines plan to cut Montreal police budget

    A coalition of over 20 community groups in Montreal have released an outline of 10 demands to slice the budget of Montreal’s police force in half and reinvest that money into community programs, during a news conference yesterday. The Defund… »

    Tension as migrants mass at Greek border

    Tension as migrants mass at Greek border

    Turkey has said it can no longer support the mass influx of migrants from Syria and elsewhere. It says it will no longer keep them from attempting to cross into Greece and Bulgaria as they seek to head into European… »

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