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Economy, Environment & Animal Life, Indigenous, Politics

Reaction to blockades: Alberta proposes tougher anti-protest law

In the face of rail and road blockades across Canada, the western province of Alberta is proposing tougher legislation against protesters engaged in blocking infrastructure.. The many blockades across the country are in support of a small group of Indigenous »

International, Politics

Is it time for Canada to rethink policy regarding China?

A long time strong proponent of Canada-China relations, has recently changed position. Margaret McCuaig-Johnston, had almost four decades of service in the upper levels of Canadian government in science and technology policy and Chinese affairs. She is currently a Senior »

Environment & Animal Life, Society

‘Cheeky’ gray jay chosen Canada’s national bird

The little gray jay beat out iconic creatures like the loon and the snowy owl to be unofficially named Canada’s national bird after a popular campaign. McGill Professor Emeritus David Bird was ecstatic, having formed a committee of ornithologists and »