Sunday, April 19, 2015 10:01 AM
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Even though the American housing market valuations have improved since the Great Recession, the improvements have not been evenly distributed, particularly when one looks at the data based on ethnic and racial background.
Relatively little attention was paid to the recent Parliamentary vote on Bill C-613
, An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act and the Access to Information Act. The bill was introduced to the House of Commons as a private member's bill by Justin Trudeau on June 11, 2014
I’ve heard this statement. I’ve repeated this statement. I’ve quoted people and newspaper articles which quantify this by saying women earn 77 cents for every dollar a man makes. However, I’ve also heard dissenting voices, but since those voices seemed to coming from the
Many Arab and Middle Eastern countries, including Yemen, are on fire since 2011. The Houthi separatists in Yemen revolted against President Abed Rabou Mansour Hadi & forced him to leave the country. Hadi took refuge in a hideout in Aden, before fleeing to Riyadh, whereas the Houthi rebels have
On March 19, a girl named Farkhanda (27) was burnt alive in Kabul by a bunch of Muslim fanatics who called themselves the custodians of Islam, and her charred body was thrown away in Kabul river. They claimed that the girl insulted the holy Quran by setting it on fire. On the contrary, the
What kind of journalism are Canadian taxpayers funding at the CBC?
By Stephen Pate – Canadians are being shocked by a new political scandal involving an aborted attempt by the PEI Government to establish illegal gambling on PEI.
Using First Nations Canadians as a front, the PEI
First-come-first-served seating for wheelchairs is a game of Survivor-of-the-fastest at Cavendish for Rod Stewart
By Stephen Pate – You are not guaranteed accessible seating at the July 9th, 2015 Rod Stewart Performance in Cavendish PEI unless you pay double the ticket price.
Do you have faith in your local police department?