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Teresa Dellar of the WIPCR awarded Meritorious Service Cross

Gov.-Gen. David Johnston presented Teresa Dellar with the Meritorious Service Cross at a ceremony held in Rideau Hall Friday afternoon.

The executive director and co-founder of the West Island Palliative Care Residence was recognised for her contribution to palliative care in Canada and her local community. 201 more words


Return to Trinidad


On my parents’ return to Trinidad it was to a bigger job, a bigger house and a bigger diary.

They had attended, and given, many parties during our first stint in the West Indies. 851 more words


Governor General David Johnston tours refugee camp in Jordan

Canada will continue to host more Syrian refugees in the coming months in addition to the thousands of refugees who are already in the country, Governor General David Johnston told Reuters on Sunday. 216 more words


|| Why Scheduled Castes Need To Enter Public Service ||

|| Why Scheduled Castes Need To Enter Public Service ||

“The question of entry into the Public Service is an important question for all minority communities.

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|| Government Assistance For Scheduled Castes ||

|| Government Assistance For Scheduled Castes ||

“Who can raise the Scheduled Castes from the distress in which they are now grovelling? It is certain they cannot do it by their own effort.

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Can wrongful convictions be avoided?

Wrongful convictions are a blight on any judicial system. Obviously they should be avoided as much as possible.

An often cited expression from English jurist Thomas Blackstone in… 625 more words


‘Governor General Joins The Aboriginal Industry’

“In 1874, ‘Treaty 4’ was signed in Fort Qu’Appelle and last Tuesday, Gov. Gen. David Johnston delivered a speech to ‘First Nations’ leaders during the annual ‘Treaty 4 Gathering’.  2,626 more words

Aboriginal Narrative