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  • Math is good for your healthThe Canadian Charger
    March 10, 2013

    Siv Sivaloganathan, a professor in the University of Waterloo's Department of Applied Mathematics, comments that mathematics has contributed to dramatic advances in the sciences as well as in many other fields of human endeavour; however, in a sense, he says that the biomedical sciences represent the final frontier for mathematicians, an area where the full power of mathematics has yet to be felt.

  • May 15: Remembering the Palestinian NakbaGary Keenan
    May 17, 2011

    At least 300,000 essentially defenseless Palestinians were evicted from their homes and properties by Jewish forces and forced to abandon their other assets and personal possessions during the just over five months between passage of the UN General Assembly's Partition Plan (Resolution 181, 29 November 1947) and the declaration of the state of Israel on 14 May 1948, effective May 15. (Charles D. Smith, Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict, St. Martin's Press, New York, 1988, p. 145) This was accomplished through force of arms, intimidation and acts of terror, including rape and several massacres.

  • May Day celebration in CanadaThe Canadian Charger
    May 12, 2011

    Listening to speaker after speaker at a recent May Day celebration in Toronto, it became apparent why there's been a groundswell of support for the NDP on May 2nd. Most speakers see little difference between the Conservatives and the Liberals, and they feel that neither party is addressing the needs of the majority of Canadians.

  • May the sun always shine Pat Halpin
    October 22, 2009

    The annual onslaught of winter heating costs is just around the corner.

  • Mayans against Canadian minesThe Canadian Charger
    April 12, 2013

    Lolita Chávez, a spokesman for the Council of the Quiché People of Guatemala, recently visited several Canadian cities and is now touring the United States to publicize the plight of the Mayans at the hands of the mining companies and the Guatemalan government.

  • MBA Executives Kill An Industry Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    June 29, 2009

    General Motors became the largest U.S. manufacturing company to file for bankruptcy protection.

  • McGuinty - why he should be voted outThe Canadian Charger
    July 22, 2010

    1. The tip of the iceberg in a long list of blunders is the McGuinty government's secret passage of a law invoking the 1939 Public Works Protection Act, which seemed to give police the power to detain and arrest anyone within five meters of the nearly 10 kilometers of security zone fence during the G20.

  • McGuinty abandons childrenReuel S. Amdur
    October 22, 2009

    The voice is the voice of Dalton McGuinty, but the hands are the hands of Mike Harris.

  • McGuinty is worse than HarrisReuel S. Amdur
    July 19, 2012

    Can you believe it? Dalton McGuinty is actually worse than Mike Harris. Harris cut Ontario Works (OW) social assistance rates by 21.6%, while leaving disability rates (ODSP) alone. Since then, there have been percentage increases in OW and ODSP for, but less than, increases in cost of living. The percentage has been the same for both. That means that the gap between the rates for the two is constantly increasing. It is no longer correct to refer to the 21.6% cut in Ontario Works as a misdeed to put on Mike Harris' shoulders. It has by now become McGuinty's baby.

  • McGuinty wants to teach children about sexThe Canadian Charger
    May 13, 2010

    After a public backlash from parents and faith-based groups, the McGuinty government has decided to reconsider its new curriculum on sex education.

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