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  • June 10, 2021

Canadians lead the push for a global anti-corruption court

There are a number of reasons why Canada would seem an unlikely country to champion a pioneering international effort to curb the global scourge of large-money corruption that United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres adds at a global cost. annual of approximately $ 3.6 trillion in dollars. bribery, tax evasion, embezzlement and bribery. For one thing,…

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Canada, where vaccine acceptance is not political

Philippe J. Fournier: Unlike in the US, where enthusiasm for the vaccine shifts along partisan lines, a new poll shows Canadians of all stripes are widely supportive of the vaccine. Vaccination against COVID-19 continues to progress well across the country. At the time of this writing, nearly 60 percent of Canadians, and counting, have received…

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The aftermath of the war in Gaza

This article is reprinted with permission from Eoin Higgins. Sign up for their newsletter, “The Flashpoint”, at https://eoinhiggins.substack.com/subscribe After 11 days of relentless shelling that killed at least 248 Palestinians, including 66 children, there is a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. For Asma Alkhaldi, a 24-year-old communications professional from Gaza City with a degree in…

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What are they and how do they facilitate your work?

Let’s admit it. Many of us do not have the skills to create web pages from scratch, nor do we have the budget to hire a specialized website designer. It always feels like an uneven playing field, right? All the big and famous companies can kick you out of the game with their high budgets…

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Doug Ford’s PC Party receives a success: 338

Philippe J. Fournier: A new poll shows that recent events have come at a considerable cost in supporting the PC, putting the party just ahead of the Ontario NDP and the Liberals. After a tumultuous spring marked by a deadly third wave of the Ontario pandemic, Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservative Party has taken a substantial…

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Avi Lewis: You mean this is not how you kill the NDP?

There’s something in the expert’s life that doesn’t mind a fight, so when I heard that Avi Lewis (kids: ask your parents!) Will be running for the NDP in the upcoming federal election, I called Anne McGrath. I suppose I could have called Avi Lewis, but (to) Campbell Clark in the Balloon I already did…

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Roblox 上 で グ ッ チ ガ ー デ ン 体 験 を 発 表 – Roblox Blog

こ の 没 入 型 体 験 は 、 ブ ラ ン ド の 自己 表現 と こ れ ま で の シ グ ネ チ ャ ー キ ャ ン ペ ー ン を 称 え ま す。 ア レ ッ サ ン ド ロ · ミ ケ ー レ の 指揮 下 で…

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Gucci Garden experience lands on Roblox

The immersive experience celebrates self-expression and references the House’s exclusive campaigns. Celebrating its centenary under the creative direction of Alessandro Michele, Gucci saw its digital-first approach evolve over the years, following the brand’s quest to combine the past with the present to tell stories of the future. Following its first steps on Roblox, where the…

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Real Estate Email Marketing: The Mega Guide!

Real estate and email marketing are really made for each other. No, you don’t have to take our word for it, take a look at these stats: 63% of recipients engaged and responded positively to real estate email marketing campaigns. (Fountain) 77% of people want to receive emails from companies in which they have an…

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Conservatives’ Big Climate Problem: 338 Canada

Philippe J. Fournier: The new data shows that on climate change, conservative supporters are very out of step with voters in every other major party in Canada. The debate around climate change and the urgency of implementing policies to act on it is increasingly becoming a partisan issue in Canada. Opinion polls have indicated a…

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