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Royal farewell

Cartoons   |   December 3, 2021

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Barbados stopped pledging allegiance to the Queen as it shed its colonial past and became a republic, electing its first-ever president.

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Cartoons   |   November 22, 2021

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Canada and Mexico failed to convince U.S. President Joe Biden to scrap proposed electric-vehicle tax credits that would favor American-based manufacturers.

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China’s Xi Jinping secures his place in history as most powerful leader since Mao

In the News   |   November 12, 2021

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Leaders of China’s Communist Party passed a resolution this week setting the stage for President Xi Jinping to rule for an unprecedented third term and cementing his place as the most important figure in the... read more

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‘Be careful you don’t die in an accident’: Hong Kong protester living in Canada receives daily threats

In the News   |   November 9, 2021

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Alison Lai’s grandfather arrived as a refugee in Hong Kong seven decades ago, trading the chaos of 1950s China for the safety of what was then a British colony. In 2020, China made a refugee... read more

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Afghans who worked alongside Canadian military will be left on the streets of Kabul when safe houses close

In the News   |   November 5, 2021

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In a cramped Kabul safe house filled with Afghans who worked alongside the Canadian military, everyone is awaiting Friday morning with dread. That’s when the funding for a network of such sanctuaries will run out, forcing families out... read more

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Russia’s break with NATO heightens fears of military escalation as two sides trade blame

In the News   |   October 22, 2021

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There was shock across Europe this week when Russia announced it was closing its mission at NATO headquarters in Brussels and ordering NATO staff to leave Moscow. After all, such direct contacts between the Kremlin... read more

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