Kitchen stoves could soon be following the sewing machine as unnecessary household appliances For many of us, the kitchen has always been a sacred place in our homes, often referred to as the heart of the home. But it seems kitchens are losing their lustre. An increasing number of condos and apartments are being sold [...]
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Parties should publish their cyber security policies and subject themselves to audits that they publish. And they need to tighten up their practices It’s almost federal election time. That means many Canadian voters will be trying to guess if political parties will do what they say they will if elected. That’s a difficult guess. But…
The program announced by the Trudeau government has no plan or strategy, just payments for eight years and a hope that things will improve Dairy farmers can no longer say that supply management allows them to produce milk for Canadians without any subsidies. That all changed last week. But dairy farmers shouldn’t just be compensated…
The Trudeau government is pressuring universities to include diversity at the expense of merit as a key criterion for the hiring and promotion of employees The Trudeau government is determined to implement a new program called “Dimensions: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion” at all Canadian universities. This program includes a “Charter” – a document to be…
There is a huge difference between protecting senior teachers from arbitrary layoffs and guaranteeing their preference in being hired for vacant positions Imagine you’re a public school principal. You need to hire a teacher and you have two applicants who meet the basic job requirements. The first applicant has 10 years of teaching experience and…
“We are excited, encouraged, and grateful to have been awarded a US$1,000 grant in support of our efforts to build an elementary classroom on Shiloh Place Orphanage’s land”, Coquitlam resident Chantal Kasongo, founder of Shiloh Place Orphanage (SPO) in the DRC, Africa says. She is announcing that SPO has received confirmation of a grant from…