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  • Could you live without Wi-Fi? Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    February 27, 2017

    Few of us could function "normally" for very long without Wi-Fi. Unheard of just a generation ago, this system uses a transmitter and a receiver - a transreceiver for short - to send and to receive electrical signals carrying data, voice and video signals.

  • Counting down to Copenhagen The Canadian Charger
    October 22, 2009

    Counting down to the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, December 7-18, The Canadian Charger is covering the issue by offering its readers a novel interactive online game and special articles.

  • Courtneidge running for NDP in OttawaThe Canadian Charger
    August 4, 2010

    John Courtneidge is the New Democratic Party candidate for Parliament in the Ottawa-Orleans riding.

  • Crackdown on citizenship and immigration fraudEdward C. Corrigan
    October 2, 2012

    Citizenship and Immigration Minister Kenney, at a September 10, 2012 Ottawa Press Conference, announced that Canada's investigation into residence fraud continues to grow, with nearly 11,000 individuals being investigated for possible Immigration fraud.

  • Crackdowns in Syria, Libya, Yemen, BahrainDr. Ibrahim Hayani
    July 13, 2011

    In the "Epilogue" of his fascinating and engaging book The Crusades Through Arab Eyes, the renowned Arab/Lebanese-French writer Amin Maalouf, poses the rather intriguing question as to whether or not the Arabs and/or Muslims did really win the epic war against the European invasion of the Arab heartland.

  • Crime PreventionThe Canadian Charger
    January 16, 2014

    On December 12, Crime Prevention Ottawa (CPO) hosted a presentation by Stephen Waldie, Director of the External Relations Branch of the Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services. He outlined Ontario's crime prevention strategy, mirroring the information in Crime Prevention in Ontario, a booklet which is available on request from the Ministry.

  • Crime prevention and homework clubs Reuel S. Amdur
    October 22, 2015

    Crime Prevention Ottawa recently presented a panel on homework clubs at the Ottawa City Hall. The work of such clubs in high need areas was, said local United Way chief Michael Allen, a priority for his organization.

  • Criminalizing resistance violates international lawShawn Robinson
    August 11, 2015

    The truth about stone throwing as a form of resistance is that it is not an equal encounter between the thrower and the thrower's quarry. Do not however minimize the power of stone throwing as stones can gravely injure or kill their intended targets. With that said in all of the almost thirty years that stone throwing has been officially utilized by Palestinians as an active form of resistance, fortunately to date very few Israelis have died from being hit with a stone (11 killed). It is estimated that each year there are 3,500 to 4,500 stone throwing incidents in the occupied territories.

  • Criminalizing the truth tellers Professor Lawrence Davidson
    March 9, 2011

    There is no doubt that Julian Assange, the head of the Wikileaks organization, and Bradley Manning, the soldier who allegedly leaked U.S. classified documents, are being singled out and made examples of by the Obama administration.

  • Crunch time coming for America in the Middle East?Alan Hart
    February 3, 2011

    If more and more Arabs breach the wall of fear that has prevented them for decades from demanding their rights, expressing their rage at the corruption and repression of their governments and at regime impotence in the face of Israel's arrogance of power, there's one question above all others America's policy makers will have to ask themselves.

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