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by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Dec 08 2010

Last May, the OECD put out figures comparing infant mortality rates in countries around the world. Perhaps the biggest story of all the figures were those attributed to Canada.

by Contributor on Wednesday Dec 08 2010

 Police in Kent, England, have described a woman who called the emergency services to report the theft of a snowman

by Contributor on Wednesday Dec 08 2010

 Police in Kent, England, have described a woman who called the emergency services to report the theft of a snowman

by Contributor on Wednesday Dec 08 2010

 Police in Kent, England, have described a woman who called the emergency services to report the theft of a snowman

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Dec 07 2010
Ten of Canada’s major newspapers, including The Province, have broken new ground in the digital world, launching innovative apps for the Apple iPad.

“Walk into any coffee house in this city and you see more and more people enjoying an iPad break with their favourite beverage,” noted Province Editor-in-chief Wayne Moriarty.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Dec 07 2010
Ten of Canada’s major newspapers, including The Province, have broken new ground in the digital world, launching innovative apps for the Apple iPad.

“Walk into any coffee house in this city and you see more and more people enjoying an iPad break with their favourite beverage,” noted Province Editor-in-chief Wayne Moriarty.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Dec 07 2010
Ten of Canada’s major newspapers, including The Province, have broken new ground in the digital world, launching innovative apps for the Apple iPad.

“Walk into any coffee house in this city and you see more and more people enjoying an iPad break with their favourite beverage,” noted Province Editor-in-chief Wayne Moriarty.

by Anonymous on Tuesday Dec 07 2010

 

The British Conservative-Liberal Democratic coalition government has scrapped plans by the previous government to change the rules on equal pay between men and women.

by The Real News Network on Sunday Dec 05 2010

 This episode of Faultlines on the Real News Network explores how Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is working to conflate the concepts of 'anti-Israel as an apartheid state' and 'anti-semitism' so that anyone critical of Israel will be considered anti-semitic. Essential viewing for anyone who cares about reason, democracy, and human rights.

by The Real News Network on Sunday Dec 05 2010

 This episode of Faultlines on the Real News Network explores how Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is working to conflate the concepts of 'anti-Israel as an apartheid state' and 'anti-semitism' so that anyone critical of Israel will be considered anti-semitic. Essential viewing for anyone who cares about reason, democracy, and human rights.

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