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Category Archives: Politics (Menard Communications Archive)
Stephen Harper is set to be both the puncher and the boxer in this first round of the House of Commons. Continue reading
Why John Tory’s plan to have more publicly funded faith-based schools is the absolute wrong way to go to create an inclusionary — and understanding — society. Continue reading
There should be nothing compulsory established to improve organ donation rates — preferring education and allowing people to make the decision in their own time. Continue reading
Discussing whether politics or morality should play a role in defining conception, in light of the Montreal mother intends to freeze her eggs for her daughter’s future use. Continue reading