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The rising global threats to prosperity

Nationalistic politicians’ attacks on free markets and economic freedom driven primarily by the support and desires of rural voters

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Canada’s refugee health-care program still falls short

Clinics, pharmacies and specialists continue to deny services to refugees and refugee claimants, based on the assumption they’re not covered by IFHP

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Can B.C. put integrity and effectiveness ahead of petty politics?

Can B.C.’s newly-elected MLAs make something positive out of the minority government mess that appears to be awaiting the province?

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The Meech Lake Accord and the destruction of a political party

Brian Mulroney’s insistence on crafting constitutional change went from master stroke to the death of the Progressive Conservative Party

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Budget puts P.E.I. on good fiscal path but …

… the government should take this opportunity to firm up its balance sheet, pay down some debt and give relief to Islanders who need it

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Ontario’s basic income pilot won’t fly

An unconditional cash transfer may encourage dependency on government, and discourage people from finding work and improving their lives

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Hillary Clinton plays the blame game, shamelessly

Missing from her indictment of everyone is any awareness of her own role in losing to a man most experts believed had no chance of winning

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Mystery still swirls around Hitler’s death 72 years later

Barring the release of some smoking gun document buried in intelligence archives, the question of whether Hitler died in his bunker will probably never be settled

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Look for leadership from within when our leaders fail us

Does government really reflect the soul of its people? Is it okay to take credit for the work of others and refuse responsibility for our own mistakes?

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The failed fight against fascism

The bombing of Guernica was a flashpoint in the Spanish Civil War, which became a microcosm of worldwide political and ideological schisms for years to come

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