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Is the 'problem' you're facing really just a warning sign?

This week’s InfoNews column is live and it’s all about fad diseases and why the real problem is that we refuse to attend church where they won’t allow you to bring your own Starbucks in. 32 more words

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What would you do...?

…to protect your family?

We’ve all been asked or heard this question at some point in our lives. Perhaps by another family member, your spouse, a child, or a friend. 599 more words

Family

When It Hits You In The Feels...

Ok so I just came across a video on Facebook that hit me in the pit of my soul and made me sick. Mind you, this is not an easy thing having been desensitized by years in an amoral and uncouth military environment. 757 more words

Family

Hurricane Hazel McCallion: A Negative Legacy on the City of Mississauga

Written By Our New Progress Peel Contributor: Spencer Gallup

Hazel McCallion, a woman who has ran the city of Mississauga for the past 36 years. Hazel has run the city almost with an iron fist since she took control of the city 36 years ago. 890 more words

Municipal Issues

Op-ed: The two sides of the Karabakh coin.

In this op-ed published on commonspace.eu on 19 November 2014 Dennis Sammut reflects on two recent events that highlighted the opposite ends of the situation around the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. 1,097 more words

South Caucasus

Faking it IS making it

This week’s InfoNews column is up and it’s about why we should start being our best fake selves as opposed to our best true selves. But when you read it out of context like that it sounds really terrible, so you should probably just read it HERE.

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Treading Through the Trash: Haiti's Garbage Problem Isn't Wrecking Just the Environment

Imagine taking an hour long boat off the coast of a beach in the Caribbean, sun shining, perfect breeze blowing. You are getting ready to go scuba dive, and once the boat arrives to the first dive spot, you ensure all your equipment is on properly, check your regulator, and get ready for an exciting dive. 960 more words

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