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  • Malala, a hero of our timeThe Canadian Charger
    October 22, 2013

    Last week, a year after being shot in the head by the Taliban, Pakistani native, 16-year-old Malala Yousafzai was given an honorary Canadian Citizenship as Canada gave the same honor to such icons like Nelson Mandela. She was also the favorite by millions around the world to become the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.

  • Malaria, the ancient killer lives onProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    March 3, 2010

    Tutankhamun has fascinated Egyptologists since his mummy and treasures, hidden in an intact tomb, were discovered in 1922. Perhaps the greatest source of fascination is why this boy, who ascended the throne of Egypt at age nine, died 10 years later.

  • Managing the complexities of agingThe Canadian Charger
    January 13, 2010

    In an interview with The Canadian Charger Dr. George Heckman said that common health problems for older people such as diabetes, kidney and heart trouble, memory loss, disabilities, and depression often collide and, without intervention, lead to people ending up in hospitals or nursing homes.

  • Manufacturing anti-Semitism in Ottawa Reuel S. Amdur
    December 2, 2010

    The Interparliamentary Coalition to Combat Antisemitism was holding their convention on Parliament Hill on November 8, but they had competition. Independent Jewish Voices (IJV) booked a room for a press conference.

  • March on JerusalemThe Canadian Charger
    March 26, 2012

    Eva Bartlett, who earned her reputation as "Canada's Rachel Corrie" from about three years as an International Solidarity Movement (ISM) volunteer in Gaza, said that because the corporate media throughout the western world almost exclusively propagates the Israeli position on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, this same media turns around and asks: "Where are the Palestinian Gandhis?"

  • Margaret Wente, paid to be meanProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    December 8, 2010

    In her column on November 30, Margaret Wente, of Toronto's Globe and Mail newspaper, praised Australia for telling immigrants that "if they miss their elderly parents, they should buy a plane ticket home," instead of allowing them - as the case in Canada - to use "a family reunification program." She praised Australia again by saying that "language competence is so essential to immigrant success that if you can't speak English, you can't get in."

  • Marking a week for mental healthReuel S. Amdur
    March 11, 2015

    Various health conditions have their day, week, or month. Mental health and illness have at least two.

  • Mars should be quarantinedRobert L. Park
    August 15, 2012

    The uneventful nine-month, 240-million-kilometre journey of the Mars Science Laboratory Rover, which also goes by the whimsical name Curiosity, ended with a harrowing 7-minute landing in Gale Crater. Getting the fourth Mars Rover into space was a piece of cake compared with setting it back down. Curiosity will explore Gale Crater for one Martian year (687 Earth days) to 1. look for evidence of extraterrestrial life and to 2. evaluate the habitability of the planet.

  • Masdar, the perfect green cityDr. Mohamed Elmasry
    November 18, 2009

    It's one thing for a city to know that it must become green to work; it's quite another to persuade governments to put money into green city planning.

  • Masks and no masksReuel S. Amdur
    October 5, 2020

    Donald Trump is paying the price for his failure to adhere to the practice of wearing a mask whenever in contact with other people, especially in crowds. His diagnosis of COVID-19 serves as a stern warning for the rest of us.

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Today’s topic is the Origins of Islamic History Month in Canada In this show, we are interviewing Dr. Mohamed El-Masry a professor at the University of Waterloo

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