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Jason Kenney s’invite dans la circonscription de Maria Mourani: Targeting citizenship ceremonies to "shop for votes"

This takes “shopping for votes” too far. Having citizenship ceremonies for one particular community, religious or not, takes away the power and symbolism of new Canadians of different origins and faiths, coming together to join the “Canadian family.” 441 more words


Are you Canadian enough to vote? - Mark Kersten

Another one of the series of arguments allowing for unlimited voting rights for Canadian expatriates, including having MPs representing overseas constituencies:

Rather than pursuing inward, regressive policies, the government could think creatively.

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Daily Digest 27/7/2015: social movements in the global South

Well, yesterday was a very thesis-focused day (I’m completing a dissertation on how a land invasion in Cape Town was organised), so I forgot to publish a daily reading digest, but here it is: 1,277 more words


Foolish Citizens of the Universe, Children of God and Mud

Why can’t a man call himself a citizen of the universe? … Why not, if he understands the administration of the universe? He has learned that the principal and greatest and most comprehensive of all things is this vast system, extending from humanity to God. 1,028 more words


Dominica Budget 2015

The Honourable Prime Minister Roosevelt  Skerrit gave his budget address on 24th July 2015. Click link to read the address Prime Minister’s Budget address The Opposition Party  are giving their response today 27th  July 2015 . 601 more words

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Government seeks to revoke Canadian citizenship of convicted terrorist Misbahuddin Ahmed

And then there were two. The focus (so far) is on those who have been convicted in Canadian courts (which avoids all sorts of due process issues with respect to those convicted overseas): 272 more words


Physical theatre Waltzes right through masculinity narrative

By Chelsea Haith

Intense and jarring, the performers leapt and stomped out a disjointed and frenetic performance in Waltz, a physical theatre inspection of masculinity and citizenship. 411 more words