Monday, December 09, 2013 09:01 PM
This December 6, 2013, we marked the 24nd anniversary of the École Polytechnique massacre or the Montreal massacre as it has become known. While the magnitude of the event and the fanatical focus of the killer on one specific group remain both astounding and perplexing, there can be no
Almost everyone agrees, our political system is in need of fundamental, substantive repair. Within that generalized view, there is a pre-disposed attraction to "reforms". I would actually offer up the frenzied initial response to the mere mention of Michael
The buzz of excitement is high at Dyversity Communications Inc., the leading multicultural agency in Canada. On November 7, 2013, its President & CEO, Albert Yue was on stage receiving the Ontario Award for Leadership in Immigrant Employment from the Ministry of Citizenship and
Fifty years ago today, the world came to a standstill while it digested the assassination of American President John F. Kennedy. As a young lad, I can quite clearly remember much of the news coverage of that day and the following days, largely because I was absent from school because of an
Official Veterans Affairs video asks us to remember veterans but does the government really care?
Remembrance Day – remember better (photo montage from Veterans Affairs video by Stephen Pate/NJN Network)
We should remember our veterans better. The drastic changes to Veterans
The white poppy campaign doesn’t compete with red poppies but seeks to raise awareness of non-violent conflict resolution
by Paul MacNeill, publisher, Eastern Graphic
Much is being made about a white poppy campaign initiated by the Island Peace Committee.
Since the story first
PEI singer songwriter’s moving tribute to the returning soldiers from Afghanistan was inspired by a trip to entertain the troops in the field of battle
Lennie Gallant singing “Wounded” at Harmony House, Hunter River PEI
Lennie Gallant was moved by the courage
Do you have faith in your local police department?