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The Intern by Gabrielle Tozer

Title: The Intern

Author: Gabrielle Tozer

Page Count: 336

Published: October 14, 2014

Publisher: HarperCollins

Suggested Age: 12 & up

Estimated Total Time: 4 hours… 369 more words


End of home mail delivery to be challenged in Federal Court

The plan to end home delivery of mail violates the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. That’s the argument behind a legal challenge against the Federal Government by the Canadian Union of Postal workers (CUPW), seniors’ groups, and organizations for people with disabilities. 404 more words


Two child care plans: one for the rich, one for the rest

All of a sudden, it looks like the battle lines in the coming federal election may be less over whether to send our warplanes to Iraq and more over whether to send our children to day care. 783 more words


harper is two!

My little girl is now 2 years old! And she’s definitely a little girl – or as she likes to say “big girl!” Because we spent the weekend before her birthday in Nashville, we didn’t have a party, but we both stayed home from work and had a fun family day. 1,082 more words


Is EBOLA a moral issue?

Two weeks ago I was an early blogger to point out the serious threat of Ebola. EBOLA will come to the U.S. and Canada and spread because Obama and Harper will not stop Ebola patients from entering the U.S. 433 more words

Value Clarification

The Way I See It: Mulcair's Child-Care Strategy Bets the NDP Can Be Idealistic and Electable

It has long been the question at the crux of NDP policy; should they shape national discussion with big ideas, or moderate themselves in exchange for electability? 331 more words

Nathaniel Basen

Alberta: Conservative today, Liberal tomorrow

By Zak and Boss:

Zak: All political parties have a certain area where lots of their votes come from. For the Conservatives this area are the Prairie provinces. 257 more words