Are Conservatives Too Late to Supporting Same-Sex Marriage?

Surprisingly the Tories have officially ended their opposition to gay marriages in a surprising 1036-462 vote at the Conservative convention. Canada legalized same-sex marriage 11 years ago.

Now many are criticizing the party for being too late to make such a declaration, considering that same-sex marriage has been legal for over a decade.

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I think the opposite. I think this is a great step for the party itself.

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Justin Trudeau’s Anniversary in Japan a Selfish Decision or a Great Example?

As soon as I heard this story, I knew someone was going to complain about it.

Recently, Justin Trudeau had announced that during his visit to Japan for the G7 summit he would be taking a day to celebrate his anniversary with his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau.

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Many critics have expressed concern about this decision, with many claiming that this would be a waste of taxpayers money.

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Mike Duffy Cleared on all 31 Charges

After months of news articles and court visits, the verdict finally came out on Mike Duffy. Justice Charles Vaillancourt has cleared Duffy on all 31 charges as the Crown failed to get a single charge of fraud, breach of trust and bribery.

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Is Internet a ‘Human Right’? – vlog post

The internet is a big part of our lives nowadays, but is it a ‘human right’? That’s a good question, especially considering job searching and education.

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