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How many Canadians does it take for change?

How many Canadians does it take for change?

Canadians are looking for fair and equitable answers and solutions but they’re being disappointed

Sask. Party not winning on rural population growth

Growth in the province is centred on Saskatoon and Regina. But the government has maintained the rural seat count

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Most politicians stand tall on tariffs

Americans charge twice the tariffs as Canadians. And a massive trade deficit? Trump is incapable of telling the truth

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Lessons on behaviour from a Canadian

Jordan Peterson offers some helpful lessons on how to treat others in a functional society

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Put politics aside in trade war

It’s dangerous for Canadians not to present a united front in the face of U.S. trade sanctions

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Raising kids right goes a long way

Kindnesses begin with children who are taught to be respectful and help those in need

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Irregular and illegal migrants, and ill-informed Canadians

More people now enter Canada illegally than those who make legal refugee claims

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New premier’s direction still unclear

Moe says people tell him the price of a barrel of oil shouldn’t dictate the number of nurses or dollars spent on education

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GTH reveals worst in old Sask. Party government

So many unanswered questions about the Global Transportation Hub

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The whole truth about the Gaza Strip strife

During recent rioting, the western media reported only part of the story

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