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Tuition: Quebec's stand is the right one

Posted by Oped 1816 days ago Montreal Gazette| tuition quebecs stand one All
http://feeds.canada.com — Quebec society is faced with a relatively simple choice that nevertheless seems difficult for some to accept: should we increase the funding of our universities by asking students to pay a reasonable part of what their education costs? Read More
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The public curator has some explaining to do

Posted by Oped 1817 days ago Montreal Gazette| the public curator explaining do All
http://feeds.canada.com — It would appear a flagrant injustice has been committed against a 79-year-old Montreal woman and her mentally ill son, who last week were forcibly cast out of the home they have lived in for the past half-century and into the street by order of a government agency. Read More
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Politicians spending badly

Posted by Oped 1817 days ago Montreal Gazette| politicians spending badly All
http://feeds.canada.com — It's time Quebec Municipal Affairs Minister Laurent Lessard put an end to the free lunch (and free wine and free sports tickets and free parties) that Quebec's municipal parties have treated themselves to with money from taxpayer-supplied "research and secretariat" funds. Read More
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A third strike against a casino at Kahnawake

Posted by Oped 1818 days ago Montreal Gazette| a strike casino kahnawake All
http://feeds.canada.com — It was a close-run thing, but Saturday's referendum in Kahnawake in which residents voted down a proposed casino project on the reserve best served the community's interests. Read More
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Let reason prevail in the tuition conflict

Posted by Oped 1821 days ago Montreal Gazette| let reason prevail tuition conflict All
http://feeds.canada.com — It is time for reason, and for reasonable people, to prevail in the conflict over tuition-fee increases that has increasingly disrupted life on the streets of this province's cities and tarnished Quebec's image beyond its borders. Read More
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The Charles Taylor verdict: a blow against impunity

Posted by Oped 1822 days ago Montreal Gazette| the charles taylor verdict blow impunity All
http://feeds.canada.com — Thursday's historic verdict against Charles Taylor, the former president of Liberia found guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes in Sierra Leone, may have direct and unexpected relevance in Canada. Read More
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Sign an organ-donation card, and save a life

Posted by Oped 1823 days ago Montreal Gazette| sign organdonation card save life All
http://feeds.canada.com — However, if ever there were a time to think about it, it is this week, which has been designated National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week. A further inspiration to consider the matter is the story of 15-year-old Vincent Lambert that was featured in Wednesday's Gazette. Read More
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Alberta election result is good news for Canada

Posted by Oped 1824 days ago Montreal Gazette| alberta election result good news canada All
http://feeds.canada.com — Over the past few weeks, many Canadians outside Alberta watched uneasily as the Wildrose Party under leader Danielle Smith promised to build a political "firewall" around the province, promote unfettered oilsands development, fight against Canada's federal notion of equalization payments and defend clearly homophobic and antiethnic commentary. Read More
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