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Matt Gurney: Assisted suicide is here to stay. Now comes the tricky part of figuring out how to make it work

Whether Canadians should have the legal right to access assisted suicide is no longer a matter of debate. It remains controversial, of course, and likely always will. 627 more words

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Landowners face jail term after resisting against Large Scale Land Investor in Sierra Leone

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya

Landowners in Sierra Leone have been found guilty by a high court in Southern Sierra Leone after they allegedly damaged the plantation of large scale land investors in the country. 706 more words

Sanders vs. Stein

While the Democratic party is deeply divided between candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, one candidate to consider is Green Party candidate Jill Stein… 132 more words

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Harnessing Stakeholders collaboration for effective and sustainable waste management for the Freetown Municipality by 2018

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya

Connecting Stakeholder’s collaboration for effective and sustainable waste management for the Freetown Municipality by 2018 when many people will be thinking of elections will be a key strides to the cleanliness and healthy environment of the capital city of Sierra Leone. 1,422 more words

Sand Mining intensifies in Hamilton as Community people collide with tipper owners

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya

They have been banned here many times but there activities in these communities are rapidly increasing. Sand miners have been given ultimatum by the Country’s Environment Protection Agency to rekindle their activities in the Hamilton Community but new indications and fresh vehicle markings show that the warnings they were given is mere waste of time. 498 more words

Again, With The Swastikas

I wrote about the new trend among 20-something “hippies” to make or buy jewelry with swastikas on it. You can read that post here

Well, metalsmith Meg Girard is at it again. 412 more words

Princesses: Where are they now? (Part three: Sleeping Beauty) by Sarah Thomasin

Princesses: Where are they now?
(Part three: Sleeping Beauty)

Marriage, not the kiss, woke Sleeping Beauty up. It takes a little while to come round properly when you’ve been out of it for a century. 412 more words

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