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Conservatives take the lead: poll

TORONTO – Breakthrough in the race for the federal vote on September 20. Today, for the first time since the start of the election campaign, a poll certified that the Conservative Party overtook the Liberal Party. According to the nanos research survey, in fact, at this moment the party led by Erin O’Toole would collect 34.4 percent of the vote (an increase of 1.7 percent compared to the previous poll) while the liberals of outgoing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would fall to 33.6 percent (minus 2.3 percent). (more…)

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A judge ‘saves’ Columbus in Philadelphia, the Ctim: “Let’s take example”

 

PHILADELPHIA – Statues are being demolished almost everywhere now (even in Afghanistan) but in some cases the law intervenes – where the law exists and is valid – to prevent it from happening. In fact, on Tuesday, a judge ruled that the statue of Christopher Columbus in Marconi Plaza in South Philadelphia must remain where it is, thus rejecting the decision of the City of Philadelphia to remove it. A decision Mayor Jim Kenney made to stop the continuing fighting around the statue of Columbus between opposing factions and to “find a way to allow Philadelphia to celebrate their heritage and culture, while respecting the stories and stories of others who come from different backgrounds “.  (more…)

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In London will take place a dangerous social and health experiment

TORONTO – Freedom Day in England, with the elimination of almost all anti-Covid restrictions. But at what price? Britain becomes, at a time when the whole world still has to deal with the pandemic, an immense laboratory in which the government led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson has decided to carry out a dangerous social-health experiment. At first sight, this is a political breakthrough that is difficult to understand. (more…)

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Ontario Introduces Legislation to Take Action Against Stunt Driving and Street Racing

TORONTO – The Ontario government is taking strong action to protect road users against unsafe and aggressive driving with the introduction of the Moving Ontarians More Safely Act, 2021, also known as the MOMS Act. The proposed legislation will introduce new measures to combat high-risk driving and improve road safety, including longer driver’s licence suspensions and longer vehicle impoundment periods for drivers who engage in stunt driving, street racing and aggressive driving.

The Ontario government introduced the MOMS Act in the legislature earlier today.

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Monarch butterfly migration to Canada (Infographic: IAEA)
Fewer Monarch butterflies take flight to Canada

The trip to Canada of the Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) begins this week, but with a reduction of 26 percent due to the change in land use, the reduction of milkweed in their breeding places in the United States and Canada, illegal logging in Mexico and climate change. (more…)

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Catholic Schools can [finally] take a victory lap

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian TORONTO – February 25, 2021. Thursday’s Supreme Court of Canada (SOC) decision re the Theodore school question in Saskatchewan offers an insight into constitutionally guaranteed denominational rights and the primacy of the Constitution over subordinate (inferior) legislation.

Lawyers will rush to “differentiate” the issues under consideration and the consequential implications. It is what they are trained to do – much like critics who “parse” sentences and literary works. (more…)


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