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Oh no, Frank. Al Pacino played him in the movie. Opera, flowers, peace and love. Cool. But I’m not sure he knows all there is to know about how use of force investigations are done. 55 more words

Law Enforcement

Case of accused in Raymond Taavel death delayed until December

HALIFAX – The case of a man accused in a fatal beating outside a Halifax bar has been adjourned until December.

Andre Noel Denny is charged with second-degree murder in the April 2012 death of 49-year-old Raymond Taavel. 109 more words


Tim Cook: "I'm Proud to be Gay"

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple

Throughout my professional life, I’ve tried to maintain a basic level of privacy. I come from humble roots, and I don’t seek to draw attention to myself.

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Moving Beyond Ableism: Boosting the Economy-Why Hiring Adults with Disabilities is a Smart Business Decision and Builds God’s Kingdom

Editor’s Note: Moving Beyond Ablesism is a quarterly column featuring the work of the Anabaptist Disabilities Network (ADNet) www.adnetonline.org and offers reflections from different authors on the various issues facing persons with disabilities.  694 more words


Get Off Your Mat & VOTE: Churches Can Decide Midterms

Don’t let no one fool you.  The church still plays a major role in the fabric of today’s society.  During the last couple of months, it has been encouraging to work with faith-based leaders that recognize their role in the progress of black and brown people in America.  361 more words


In Canada Is It 'Hello' Or 'Bonjour'?

Some people are looking for any excuse to make money through compensation claims these days, but this is one of the worst. Canada as we all know is a duel language country, i.e. 264 more words

Modern World

Time for a sensible drugs policy?

A study released today (30 Oct) by the home office has found that there is “no obvious” link between tough laws and levels of illegal drug use. 431 more words