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Census numbers prove Canadians need to accept more immigration or more sex

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If the census figures released Thursday prove anything, it’s that there’s not enough of us in Canada. There’s not enough young people to support an aging population and there’s not enough skilled workers to keep Canada’s companies competitive. According to CBC.ca, between now and 2020, baby-boomer retirements coupled with declining birth rates are expected to […]

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Desmond Tutu, other South Africans take Canada to task over climate policy

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Canada has received a public scolding for its climate-change policy from several prominent South Africans, including anti-apartheid hero Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The group urges Canada to once again play a constructive role in global affairs, as it did in the 1980s when it imposed sanctions on the apartheid regime. It wants the Canadian government to […]

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Canadian gov’t confirms deportation of Rwandan man to face charges of war crimes

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The Canadian Press Date: Tuesday Jan. 24, 2012 3:29 PM ET MONTREAL — The Canadian government has confirmed the deportation of a man long accused of crimes linked to Rwanda’s genocide. After waiting nearly 24 hours, the government announced Tuesday that Leon Mugesera had been sent back to his native Rwanda the previous day. Immigration […]

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Occupy Nigeria Toronto protesters fight for more than ‘Goodluck’

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Toronto – Dozens came out to the freezing cold temperatures in Toronto Saturday as part of the international Occupy Nigeria movement. Since the violent protests began in the West African nation, thousands of Nigerians have showed their support for the protesters. Nigeria’s Oil Subsidy & Upheaval Samuel Okocha of Digital Journal has reported throughout January […]

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Canada to Deport Leon Mugesera Alleged Rwandan Genocide Inciter

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A man accused of helping to incite the 1994 Rwandan genocide has lost his nearly two-decade battle to stay in Canada and is now set to be deported. Leon Mugesera’s request for a stay on his deportation order was rejected Wednesday in Federal Court. The Quebec City man is accused of helping to incite Rwanda’s […]

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Sarah Hassah Shakes Kenya Movie World

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Pretty Kenyan actress Sarah Hassah is one of the good-looking actresses who spiced up this year’s Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) which was organized recently in Bayelsa state, Nigeria. Even though she was not nominated for the awards, she was among the ‘it’ names in Kenya’s film industry who were invited for the awards which […]

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Labour market heats up in U.S., but cools in Canada

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Canada’s labour market was left with a lump of coal in December, but our neighbours to the south received a shiny surprise. The U.S. economy created 200,000 jobs last month, enough to push the unemployment rate down to 8.5 per cent, its lowest level in nearly three years. That’s still a full percentage point higher […]

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Canada Applying Strict Rules to Stem Sham Marriages

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As the number of sham marriages are increasing at a high rate, the Ottawa government is moving to keep put a bar to such practices in order to maintain reliability of its immigration system. Recently an alarming increase in number of sham marriages taking place is a big cause of worry for the state and […]

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