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The Very First Italian Descent Anthony Rota is Speaker

Anthony Rota, the very first speaker of the Italian decent, Ontario Liberals’, who represents Nipissing-Timiskaming has been elected the Speaker of Canada’s House of Commons. Anthony Rota who also served as assistant deputy Speaker in the last Parliament also was elected as the Speaker of the five nominations, Geoff Regan, Joël Godin, Carol Hughes and Bruce Stanton.

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Premiers United, Call for Federal Partnership and Action

Premiers and territorial leaders met in the Greater Toronto Area on Monday to try to come to a consensus over key federal issues. Canada’s Premiers said they were united in their commitment to work together for the benefit of all Canadians. They came together today in unprecedented fashion to discuss challenges and opportunities facing the […]

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Conservatives: Trudeau’s Cabinet shows reckless approach

The Conservatives in a note released to the media have stated that Trudeau’s latest cabinet picks show that he won’t abandon his reckless approach of dividing the country with failed policies.
The Conservatives said, Trudeau’s government gave Canada scandals, ethics violations, an affordability crisis, attacked resource sectors, and most recently cynically drove Canadians apart as a means to get Liberals elected.

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Chrystia Freeland, the 10th Deputy Prime Minister of Canada

Christina Alexandra “Chrystia” Freeland is Canada’s Deputy Prime Minster.
Yesterday when Chrystia Freeland was replaced by François-Philippe Champagne as Foreign Affairs Minister, critics came with comments of Trudeau with being gender bias. But announcing Chrystia Freeland as Deputy Prime Minster Trudeau has surprised the entire nation.

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Legend remains a legend, fans want Cherry back

Three cheers for patriotism that Don Cherry expressed on the Hockey Night in Canada by adorning a Poppy on Remembrance Day. Just that the choice of words by one of world’s best commentators turned out to be a little wrong.
No one has the right to sit on national broadcast and break this country, which is actually built brick by brick by immigrants, who live and die for Canada.
The way immigrants sing “O Canada” is the same as by the natives.

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Kartarpur Corridor: A plan of Guru Nanak Dev and his “Few Good Men”

For many this will be a gesture of Modi to get Sikhs on his side, and many will talk about dollars falling to Pakistan’s pocket. But seriously if this is what you are also looking at, you also need some introspection at the karmic level.
Kartarpur will open mind of many who thought nothing positive was possible between Pakistan and India, but once again the Sikh guru came and showed the world that Sikhs maybe a minority but will always stand for love and peace of humanity.

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NSO: We Only Support Govt Licensed Intelligence Agencies, But Cannot Provide List Of Clients

As per the recent media reports, WhatsApp on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against NSO Group, an Israeli cyber intelligence firm whose spyware Pegasus was used to target around 1,400 users globally during a two-week period in May.
NSO Group has disputed the allegations but said it has sold its spyware only to government agencies.

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