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  • Newly released criteria for Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program Edward C. Corrigan
    June 8, 2014

    On April 23, 2014 Canadian Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Chris Alexander announced the new list for the Federal Skilled Worker Program. As of May 1, 2014, there is an overall cap of 25,500 for new federal skilled worker applications. This number includes a cap of 500 applications from PhD students. For those applicants with a qualifying job offer there is no cap imposed.

  • It is about the Charter of Rights and Freedoms Mr. Ambassador!Shawn Robinson and Rana Abdulla
    June 8, 2014

    Demanding censorship of a Palestinian video-photography Installation, Israel's Ambassador to Canada asks Jewish groups to do the same.

  • Once again: Corporate welfare bumsReuel S. Amdur
    June 8, 2014

    When Pierre Karl Péladeau raised his fist and announced that he was running for the Parti Québécois because he wants Quebec to be a country, he forgot to add this: "My country includes Delaware." That is the tax haven where he hived off some of his corporate profits. At the individual level, Philippe Couillard deposited some of his earnings while working abroad in Jersey. Couillard, newly-elected Quebec premier, is a distinguished neurosurgeon who spent time working in Saudi Arabia.

  • Caring for people with DementiaReuel S. Amdur
    June 8, 2014

    Some people suffering dementia may become unmanageable-agitated, aggressive, threatening. This situation arises especially in long-term care. Dr. Andrew Wiens, head of geriatric psychiatry at the Royal Ottawa Hospital, addressed this problem in a recent public educational session at the Royal.

  • Israel: Jewish and Democratic?Reuel S. Amdur
    June 8, 2014

    Can Israel exist as both Jewish and democratic? That was the question at issue in a debate on May 22 between Max Blumenthal and Mira Sucharov, held at the University of Ottawa. The debate was co-sponsored by Independent Jewish Voices and the university's Interdisciplinary Studies program on human rights.

  • It's 1984 again in Harper's Canada Reuel S. Amdur
    June 8, 2014

    Remember the controversy over the abolition of the long-form census? The Harper government was so concerned about the intrusive nature of the questions that it was abolished. Our privacy is so important that it trumped new businesses' need to have demographic information such as age and income in places that they want to locate. It is so important that the feds were prepared to sacrifice ability to develop policy based on sound information about changes effecting education and workforce participation of Aboriginals and immigrants. It was prepared to put up with a rush job on the short-form census resulting in language data that are simply useless. Nevertheless, the principle was clear: The government needs to keep its nose out of people's private affairs. In the words of former Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan, "I can tell you that our government takes Canadians’ privacy very seriously." But we have a disconnect.

  • Al-Sisi: Egypt's newly elected presidentDr. Mohamed Elmasry
    June 7, 2014

    Egypt is divided; on one side there is the vast majority of its 90 millions, hopeful and optimistic for a bright future, and on the other side there is a tiny group of Islamists, led by the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) who terrorize and kill to advance their political agenda, and above all justify their crimes in the name of Islam.

  • Canada's Urban Transportation MessThe Canadian Charger
    May 23, 2014

    The recent topic of discussion on Parliament Hill was the future of urban transportation. The program was sponsored by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

  • A Special Canadian, May 12, 1921 - May 7, 2014Dr. Judith Maclean Miller
    May 23, 2014

    Farley Mowat. His name is almost synonymous with "Canadian." He died this past week at the age of nearly 93, and he leaves a remarkable legacy. It is a privilege to write about him.

  • PM owes chief justice an apologyGeoffrey Stevens
    May 23, 2014

    You might think that anyone who has spent many years observing politicians would not be surprised by anything they do or say. But you would be wrong.

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