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

stephen harper

Austerity hurts women, so we must shape our response accordingly

in Uncategorized by

We can no longer be outraged that the budget will hit the poor the hardest, while ignoring the fact that the majority of the poor are women.

Keep Reading

Whose side is our government on?

in Letters by

The federal government’s recent leniency with wealthy corporate interests hints at a disturbing trend in the way government does business.

Keep Reading

Under Trudeau, Canada’s support for Israel still unwavering

in Journalism by

A recent vote in Parliament to condemn support for the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement against Israel reveals Canada’s new Liberal government is fundamentally aligned with Stephen Harper and the Tories on Israel and Palestine, say critics.

Keep Reading

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

Trudeau showed up “dressed in a suit of armour”

in Letters by

During the federal election campaign the Liberals were patient and stayed out of the gutter, and delivered a positive message — which is what Canadians wanted.

Keep Reading

Wanted: post-election vigilance

in Uncategorized by

Now that we’ve had some time to relish in Harper’s defeat, let’s look at some of Justin Trudeau’s promises so that we can hold the Liberal Party to account as they implement their “Real Change”.

Keep Reading

Turning the page

in Republic of Oil by

The next chapter of our story begins with the coordinated and well-executed effort to replace Stephen Harper with Justin Trudeau. But if we want to shape the narrative, we can’t let go of the pen.

Keep Reading

Why TPP rhymes with refugee

in Politics by Numbers by

What could a major new trade deal and the way the Harper Conservatives have chosen to handle the refugee crisis possibly have in common?

Keep Reading

Barbaric culture talk

in Gadfly by

As politicians bid for votes in the last few days of a seemingly endless election campaign, it deserves to be asked: Is winning the best measure of leadership?

Keep Reading

Neoliberalism is destroying Canada: Former NDP leader

in Journalism by

Ed Finn, Newfoundland’s first NDP leader, sat down with The Independent to discuss the biggest challenge facing Canada today — the one nobody’s talking about in the lead-up to the federal election.

Keep Reading

Why I think Canadians should vote

in Uncategorized by

While people are literally dying for democracy here in the Middle East, it disheartens me to see so many back home in Newfoundland and Canada taking their freedoms for granted.

Keep Reading

A tale of two Tories

in To Each Their Own by

Opposites attract, except when you’re Conservative leaders speaking out on the role of public servants in politics.

Keep Reading

Please don’t take us for fools

in Politically Speaking by

With election campaigns officially and unofficially in full swing, voters are bearing witness to a multitude of promises from politicians. We’re also seeing a rising number of disingenuous statements, some bordering on the laughable.

Keep Reading

Tories and Liberals are out of chances

in Letters by

“Canada can move toward a ‘brave new world’ in the 21st century with the election of an NDP Government, one that I believe will be more caring, that will look after the vulnerable in our society and protect Canada’s stature internationally.”

Keep Reading

Most tar sands oil will stay in the ground, and Harper knows it

in A Measured Opinion by

Partisans criticising Linda McQuaig’s remarks are either ignorant or lying.

Keep Reading

Reclaiming democracy

in Uncategorized by

With an election this fall, 2015 is a big year for Canadian politics and democracy. But how much can really change, even if we do manage to vote Harper out of office?

Keep Reading

The TRC and our long, humble road to decolonization

in Uncategorized by

The end of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission marks no conclusion, but calls all Canadians to accept the challenge of confronting cultural difference and relearning their histories.

Keep Reading

Selling the budget or themselves?

in Politically Speaking by

In claiming it is educating the public and reporting the “good news” provincial media are not, the Davis Government is looking mighty Harperesque in promoting its budget with public tax dollars in the lead-up to a provincial election.

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

1 2 3 5
Go to Top