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CBC's meaning of citizenship question vital in the wake of Ottawa attack

CBC and its Massey Lecture series asked what citizenship meant to its audience this past week.  This question became much more relevant after the events in Ottawa and St-Jean-sur-Richelieu on Monday and Wednesday.  458 more words


Popular Mechanics Magazine's Political View

One of my favorite magazines is Popular Mechanics.  I’ve learned a lot by reading that publication over the last few years.  However, I’m afraid I’m seeing the end of my subscription soon. 452 more words


Faculty Post: October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

by Jennifer Howard, Supervising Attorney of the Domestic Violence Institute

A man chases his partner through the house with a kitchen knife. Their three children cry in a bedroom down the hall. 647 more words


Is the UK politics decided by a praetorian guard of police and press?

The press, politicians and the police are often considered guardians of the public interest. In Operation Alice[1] report, though, we see how that role became perverted. 759 more words


"Bad apples" and rotten audits

Tesco is due to announce the result of its investigation into its accounting scandal along with its half-yearly results on Thursday, and the Telegraph got first wind of Tesco’s report into its accounting “irregularities” a few days ahead of publication. 1,320 more words


What Health Care Employers Can Learn From the Ebola Response in Dallas

The recent Ebola case at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas, provides some important lessons for health care employers.  As of today, only 3 cases of Ebola have been diagnosed in the United States (which has a population of approximately… 683 more words

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