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Queen’s Reads author to visit Kingston – Queen’s Gazette

February 16, 2018 Program organizers are preparing to welcome Katherena Vermette to campus, and announce winners of creative contest. If you have yet to pick up your free copy of this year’s Queen’s Reads book, The Break, there is still plenty of opportunity to be a part of the conversation. Students have been invited to […]

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Media Advisory – Canadian Nuclear Association hosts annual Conference and Trade Show

OTTAWA, Feb. 20, 2018  – The Canadian Nuclear Association is hosting its annual Conference and Trade Show. This year’s theme is “Canada’s Nuclear Advantage: The Next Generation.” The event will feature a variety of speakers and experts from industry, academia and government, addressing the indispensable role of nuclear in fostering innovation and maximizing Canada’s nuclear advantage. […]

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EY: What will the federal budget mean for Canadian businesses?

(Ottawa, 20 February 2018) With the next federal election just twenty months away and only one more budget remaining before then, the 27 February 2018 federal budget announcement is expected to address ongoing government priorities and tie-up loose ends. What will Canadian businesses likely see? EY Canada leaders anticipate matters of private company tax reform, […]

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Minister Duclos releases report on nationwide engagement to reduce poverty

From Employment and Social Development Canada February 20, 2018 Québec, Quebec Employment and Social Development Canada Over the past year, the Government of Canada has travelled across the country, engaging with thousands of Canadians, especially those who have lived experience with poverty, to hear their stories, ideas and feedback about reducing poverty. Today the Honourable […]

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Ontario Transforming Adult Correctional System

Proposed Legislation Will Improve Conditions and Increase Transparency February 20, 2018 Ontario is transforming its adult correctional system to achieve better outcomes for individuals in custody, and those being released. The province has introduced legislation that is the foundation of the boldest transformation of our corrections system in a generation. The legislation would apply a […]

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Joint Statement from President DeGagné, the Nipissing University Faculty Association, and the Nipissing University Student Union on the Colten Boushie Decision

On behalf of Nipissing University we wish to express condolences to the family of Colten Boushie. We acknowledge the pain and loss of the Boushie family, and support their public efforts to press for changes to the nation’s criminal justice system. We are also concerned about the impacts this decision might have on Indigenous people, […]

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Admissions of murder:’ Crown says accused’s words convict him in teen’s death – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Feb 20, 2018  By Bill Graveland THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG _ Jurors at the trial of a man charged in the death of a 15-year-old girl in Winnipeg are being told that the accused’s own words convict him. Prosecutor Jim Ross says in his closing arguments that audio recordings police made in Raymond […]

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Senate Canada: Perspectives – February 13-15, 2018

Government In January, I rose in the Senate to bring attention to the importance of encouraging not only the Government of Canada, but also Parliament to consider the United Nation’s 2030 Agenda when drafting legislation and developing policies relating to sustainable development. The 2030 Agenda, adopted in 2015 at the United Nations, contains 17 sustainable […]

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Minister McKenna travels to New York City for meetings on climate action, clean-growth finance, and ocean health

From Environment and Climate Change Canada February 20, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario Canada and the U.S. enjoy one of the closest relationships between any two countries in the world, and we know that, by working together, we can take on the global challenge of climate change, including by cooperating with the U.S.’ states, cities, and […]

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Leader of the Government in the House of Commons Weekly Statement – February 15, 2018

Upon our return following the constituency week, we will have two allotted days, the first on Monday, and the other on Thursday. On Tuesday, we will consider Bill C-69, the environmental assessment act. As the Minister of Finance announced in the House on Tuesday, the budget speech will be held on Tuesday, February 27. Pursuant to […]

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