Coupures chez Poste Canada, plus qu’une histoire de lettres

C’est clair, je n’utilise probablement pas les services postaux aussi souvent que je le pourrais. Cependant, je suis toujours contente de savoir qu’ils me sont accessibles si j’en ai besoin, peu importe où je me trouve et dans quelle situation financière personnelle je suis. J’apprécie aussi le fait qu’ils permettent…
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Jeopardy, Jackpot, or Wheel of (Mis)Fortune?

It seems all that fuss being kicked up about tuition fees rising faster than inflation, significant levels of student debt, dismal employment prospects for young people, and parents having to postpone retirement to help shoulder some of the burden under which their kids are struggling has not gone unnoticed. As…
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Sociology: I Can’t Quit You

True confession time, people. I commit sociology. And not just as a one-off. You might say—all right, I will say it—that I’m a repeat offender. In fact, I’m practically addicted. Scarcely a minute can go by without my synapses looking for their next fix. That might not be a politically…
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National Day of Mourning: Past Sacrifice, Present Struggle

Weekends aside, there’s still a lot to thank unions for. Maternity leave top-up. Employment Insurance. Child labour laws. Numerous studies—past, and more recent—have identified the degree to which unions have contributed to more equitable, safer societies, and jobs where the normally stubbornly persistent gender pay gap has been virtually eliminated….
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