When it comes to good evaluation, I always ask for college homework help in a reliable service. Usually these are written services that are recommended by my friends or acquaintances. When it comes to journalism, it's better to trust professionals, what would your future column look like in the best way.
Tag archive

Bill C-51

The Indy’s Top 15 of 2015

in Journalism by

See which articles and topics Independent readers cast an eye over most in 2015.

Keep Reading

Why I am still wearing a white poppy for Remembrance Day

in Gadfly by

The white poppy symbolizes grief for all victims of war, civilian as well as military, regardless of nationality. It also represents opposition to war and determination to work against the causes of war. Today it is relevant as ever in a Canada newly committed to humanitarianism and peacekeeping.

Keep Reading

The Liberals have failed us on Bill C-51

in Politically Speaking by

Many Canadians, including Liberal Party supporters, are disgruntled over the Liberal Party of Canada’s support for the Harper Government’s controversial anti-terrorism legislation, which has them questioning whether the once presumptive future government is really any different from the Conservatives.

Keep Reading

Harper’s “anti-terror” law one step closer to reality

in Journalism by

Against nationwide opposition, the Conservative Government’s impending “anti-terror” legislation passed its third reading in Parliament last week with the support of most Newfoundland and Labrador MPs.

Keep Reading

Bill C-51 “will infringe on our constitutional and civil rights”

in Journalism by

Dozens marched through the streets of St. John’s Saturday to protest Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservative government’s impending anti-terror legislation, Bill C-51

Keep Reading

National anti-terror law protest Saturday to include St. John’s

in Journalism by

“Every Canadian should be concerned about the sweeping implications and potential overreach contained in [Bill C-51],” says an organizer of St. John’s demonstration, which is part of a nationwide day of action to protest the Harper government’s proposed anti-terrorism laws

Keep Reading

Go to Top