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IN THE HOUSE - Christopher Seguin's death highlights a national crisis

Comments in the House of Commons by Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP Cathy McLeod, Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017 on the death of Christopher Seguin:

Mr. Speaker, I would like to extend my deepest condolences to Melissa Seguin and her young sons, Logan and Harrison, for the loss of their father and her husband, Christopher Seguin. 168 more words

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NATIONAL PULSE - Fear of nuclear war rising, but most Canadians don't want to join American missile defence

October 17, 2017 – As U.S. President Donald Trump continues to threaten war with North Korea, Canadians are markedly more nervous about the possibility of a nuclear conflict in 2017 than they were before Trump took office. 245 more words

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MEDIA - Right-wingers can't expect their side to be fairly presented

By GERRY BOWLER
Senior Fellow
Frontier Centre for Public Policy

A recent Gallup poll in the United States revealed that while 62 per cent of Democratic Party voters trusted the media, only 14 per cent of Republicans believed the media regularly got the facts straight. 542 more words

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EDITORIAL - Some thoughts about the good job done by the interim mayor

An ArmchairMayor.ca editorial by Mel Rothenburger.

A NEW MAYOR and two new Kamloops City councillors were sworn into office at a small invitation-only ceremony last night and the council is now back to a full roster. 347 more words

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GINTA - You are human before anything else; it’s what’s left behind

SATURDAY WAS a cold, wet, and slightly dreary day, though rain was such precious commodity during the summer that I cannot get myself to dislike it, no matter how much I miss the sun. 145 more words

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McGARVEY - The decline of the American Republic

THE DECLINE of the U.S. and the rapid erosion of its moral authority have, under Donald Trump, reached the breaking point. Either Americans change course to renew and restore their republic, or they will continue the slide into tyranny and ruin. 792 more words

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EDITORIAL - BC Liberal leadership race one big apology, but it's not convincing

An ArmchairMayor.ca editorial by Mel Rothenburger.

CANDIDATES for the leadership of the BC Liberal party held their first debate Sunday afternoon, competing to see who could apologize the most for losing this year’s election. 318 more words

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