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Child vaccination has become a whole new challenge in the era of COVID

By Shachi Kurl, President Being of a generation who grew up with The Simpsons, I can’t help but feel Helen Lovejoy is having a renaissance moment with her signature line, “Won’t someone please think of the children?” While much COVID-19

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Canada’s relations with China is at a critical crossroads

By Shachi Kurl, President Normally, the appointment of a new national security advisor in Canada is little noted, let alone remarked upon. But such is the pressure and expectation on the Trudeau government to show it has some kernel of

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Five issues to watch in 2022

December 27, 2021 – It’s the holiday season and Canadians are being told to limit their social contacts as the COVID-19 virus sweeps across the country. Many wait for their turn to get an immunization that will help protect them

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Erin O’Toole may survive as Conservative leader, but the numbers aren’t helping him

By Shachi Kurl, President His critics accuse him of being out of touch — but is Erin O’Toole also out of time? It’s not like the question hasn’t already been asked. While he soldiers on, however, he does so against

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Political debates over inflation meet grim reality for many Canadians

By Shachi Kurl, President Winter is coming — and I’m not just talking about atmospheric rivers. While retailers hope for a bounce from consumers as Black Friday and Cyber Monday kick off the holiday shopping season, they do so with

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Canada is changing. Abusing people of colour in public life has to stop

What a sorry week this has been for people of colour in politics. Not only did Annamie Paul resign as leader of the Green Party of Canada, but she quit the party altogether with the strongest repudiation of her former

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