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The Assassination Of Canada By The Coward Rob Ford

"It reminds investors that we're still in very uncertain territory," he said. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 26.84 points, or 0.20 percent, at 13,353.57. Six of the 10 main sectors on the index were in the red. Suncor Energy Inc gave back 1.5 percent to C$36.13, and Encana Corp dropped 2.1 percent to C$19.03. But the losses were somewhat capped by a 1.3 percent jump in Canadian Natural Resources Ltd after the oil producer's third-quarter profit more than tripled as a result of record quarterly production and strong oil prices. Two of Canada's top retailers also posted results. <br>More:

Just add items to create a watchlist now: Add or Cancel Already have a watchlist? Log In TORONTO, Nov. 7, 2013 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) -- A majority of Canadians say they want more flexibility over when and where they work - Microsoft Office 365 makes it easier Microsoft Canada is unveiling their global "Get It Done Day" today to spark a conversation Kardashian about new ways of getting things done away from the office. The campaign launches with the goal Kardashian of raising awareness about how Canadians could have more flexibility over when and where they work using Microsoft Office 365. "Get It Done Day" is a part of a Microsoft initiative to start a global conversation about better ways to get things done. As part of the movement, Microsoft is telling its employees around the world to avoid the office today. But Microsoft isn't closing up shop; instead, it's encouraging its employees to take advantage of breakthrough technologies like Microsoft Office 365 to demonstrate on a massive scale that individuals and teams do not have to be tied to their desks to be productive. <br>More:

Canada's Ambassador to China, Guy Saint-Jacques, raises human rights issues

Rob Ford should be kicked out of Canada, right into that immense freezing lake that has for so long kept the vulgar Americans out of the nice part of North America. As a descendent of the Acadianssome of my Louisiana ancestors were expelled reference from Nova Scotia long ago for being too rude and common and AmericanI can say with full authority that Canada is nice and the United States is a dumb pile of human garbage. Nothing bad happens in Canada. There are nice television shows about dogs who will rescue you , and young " Forest Rangers " who will help the forest. The cities are spotless, everyone is a good liberal, social programs care for the needy, broadcasts are both urbane and folksy, and nature is wholly preserved for the enjoyment of animals, First Nations peoples, and weekend campers who always fully extinguish their campfires and then rake away all evidence of their pop-up camper's tire treads. When the very few Americans with any morals at all decided they didn't want to go to Vietnam to murder children, where did these men of conscience go? Surely not Mexico! <br>More:

The Tibet Post International reported on Nov. 7, 2013, Ambassador Guy Saint-Jacques raised human rights issues with Chinese officials during a visit to Tibet . During a three day visit to Tibet, which included the capital Lhasa and Shigatse Prefecture, Saint-Jacques met with Chinese provincial and local officials to discuss developments in Tibet. He is said to have deepened his insights dealing with the historical, religious and contemporary issues in Tibet from visits and discussions with monks at the Jokhang Temple, as well as the Tashilhunpo and Sera monasteries and Potala Palace. The Canadian government has consistently been seeking an end to the prosecution and persecution of Tibetans for the practice of their religion and beliefs. Canada's Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, appears to be firmly committed to protecting and promoting human rights at home and overseas. <br>More:

O’ Canada, Islamic extremism is growing in your country Certain areas in Canada, like Dearborn in the U.S. for example, are becoming known for their radicalized tendencies. So much so that many have already labeled them as hotbeds for extremism. What is disheartening about their existence however, is the seeming ambivalence to the on-going rapidity of the growth. Already the International Institute for Counterterrorism has, as Abigail Esman points out, come to the conclusion that it is impossible to stop radicalization. That being the case, the problem will only continue to increase and spread throughout the globe. <br>More:

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