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Changing the RCMP’s Culture – Goodale


RALPH GOODALE’S REPORT A commentary by the Member of Parliament for Regina-Wascana and Canada’s Minister of Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness  July 13th, 2018 THE MASSIVE TASK OF CULTURAL CHANGE IN THE RCMP  Members of the Royal Canadian Mount …

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Canada Day

Canada Days: Celebrating the shared heritage of all Canadians

By Susan Korah

By Susan Korah, Special to The Epoch Times June 28, 2018 6:01 am Last Updated: June 28, 2018 6:10 am People might expect Canada Day celebrations to be somewhat muted this year in the wake of last year’s spectacular festivities honouring the nation’s 15 …

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Time for National Consultation on Poverty Reduction to Bear Fruit

By Terrance Hunsley

OECD in Canada to Talk Work and Social Policy The problems are becoming clearer; the solutions, ah… not so much. The OECD social policy ministers were in Canada on May 14 to talk about some familiar themes – economic inequality, precarious work, job de …

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Flag Day Reception 2017


Speaker Regan delivered an inspiring speech at our 2017 Flag Day Reception. See below for the full details:   Flag Day – February 15, 2017   Fellow parliamentarians, mesdames et messieurs, ladies and gentlemen, on behalf of Pearson Centre for …

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Conversation: Michael Pearson on the Pearson Legacy


A discussion with Michael Pearson, grandson of Lester B. Pearson, moderated by Andrew Cardozo, President of the Pearson Centre, recorded at the Canadian Museum of History.

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How the Feminist budget also benefits men – Cardozo

By Andrew Cardozo

Opinion MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2018  |  THE HILL TIMES Andrew Cardozo New Communications A budget about women and how it benefits men So a feminist budget is about women and may appeal politically more to women and girls, but make no mistake, men and boys ben …

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Lack of consensus on racism troubling – Cardozo

By Andrew Cardozo

Opinion Lack of consensus on racism is troubling Feb. 19, 2018  The Hill Times Hopefully the government will create a new anti-racism strategy that addresses a range of issues from the criminal justice system to the work of cultural agencies and nation …

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Early Education is a Protection for Democracy – McCain

By Margaret Norrie McCain

The Economist Intelligence Unit recorded another slide in its latest Democracy Index. Only 19 countries out of 167 were counted as “full democracies” in 2017. This marked another drop since 2015 when the U.S. fell to a “flawed democracy” status; the re …

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The End of Jobs? – Cardozo

By Andrew Cardozo

Are we facing the end of jobs? By Andrew Cardozo      Jan. 29, 2018 The Hill times Work at the minimum wage and the low end of spectrum is becoming more precarious. The developing precariat, the modern day proletariat, are not just our kids in universi …

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Poor Health and Low Income Among Older Workers

By Terrance Hunsley, Senior Fellow, The Pearson Centre

5th in a series; Futures Entwined: The Nation State and the Welfare State …in the United States, for men born in 1930 those in the top 20 per cent of earners have a 5-year longer life expectancy than those in the bottom 50 per cent. For people born i …

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