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  • Are the Liberals good alternatives to Harper?The Canadian Charger
    June 22, 2015

    In its 6-months poll - Are the Liberals good alternatives to Harper? - the Canadian Charger found the percentage of readers who answered yes has been decreasing. And in mid-May, an EKOS Research poll showed that the Liberal Party has for the first time since Justin Trudeau became leader two years ago slipped below the Conservative Party. Meanwhile the NDP have gained enough support to make the race for the October federal election a virtual tie, with just three points separating the Conservatives, the NDP, and the Liberals.

  • Canada doing business with ChinaThe Canadian Charger
    June 22, 2015

    In his recent book Middle Kingdom Middle Power, David Mulroney, former Canadian Ambassador to China, calls for Canada to become more engaged with China, while at the same time standing up for Canada's interests and values - a position he feels is at odds - to say the least - with the conduct of the Harper government.

  • Harper: Is he telling the truth regarding Duffy?The Canadian Charger
    September 15, 2015

    In the fall of 2013, in the midst of the controversy about former PMO chief of staff Nigel Wright's secret payment of $90,000 to cover what the RCMP considers to be Senator Duffy's fraudulent expenses, Prime Minister Stephen Harper - as he has proven so adept at doing - sidestepped a reporter's question about this issue with the following reply:

  • Harper crimes against Canadians The Canadian Charger
    October 22, 2015

    After being barred from speaking to media about his research, rarely being allowed to travel, and finding it increasingly difficulty to get funding, Canadian federal scientist Dr. Steve Campana left the Department of Fisheries and Oceans - after more than 30 years - disgusted with what he describes as a toxic atmosphere working with the federal government.

  • More of Harper crimes against CanadiansThe Canadian Charger
    October 22, 2015

    When the Harper government cancelled the mandatory long-form census in 2010, it surreptitiously affected the lives of Canadians in many ways, according to Jan Kestle, president of Environics Analytics.

  • Joseph Boyden shames Harper for using the niqab as a race baitThe Canadian Charger
    November 7, 2015

    Best-selling author Joseph Boyden, whose novels such as Three Day Road and Through Black Spruce, portray First Nations characters and explore Canada's hidden and painful history, said he felt he had to speak up against what he characterized as Stephen Harper's race-baiting during the recent Canadian federal election.

  • Better living through MindfulnessThe Canadian Charger
    November 26, 2015

    A meditative technique called mindfulness can be useful in improving the functioning of people with mental health issues. It is also useful for people more generally and even has a role in improving the abilities of therapists in treating their clients or patients. This was the recent message of Canada's Dr. Meshal Sultan at the Royal Ottawa Hospital Grand Rounds. His talk dealt with a definition of the technique, some clinical applications, and the underlining mechanisms.

  • Mental health and workThe Canadian Charger
    January 30, 2016

    An employer must make reasonable accommodation for an employee with a disability. That includes a mental disability such as depression or anxiety. It's the law.

  • Argentina: We are serial victims of the American rich and powerfulThe Canadian Charger
    February 19, 2016

    Although the western media pilloried then Argentinian President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner for her speech at the 68th UN General Assembly, on Sept 24, 2013. In her UN speech, Ms. Cristina Fernández de Kirchner covered a variety of issues from the need to regulate financial markets to the global fight against terrorism. The issues she raised continue to be ignored today as the problems escalate.

  • For Americans, The Planet is on sale The Canadian Charger
    March 16, 2016

    Conventional wisdom has it that cheaper energy costs leave consumers around the world with more money to spend, thus stimulating most countries' economies to one degree or another.

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