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#CanPoli: NDP force Liberals to face Laurentian University crisis by calling emergency debate – #CDNPoli

TIMMINS – Last night, thanks to the NDP, an emergency debate was held to urgently address the crisis facing Laurentian University. MP Charlie Angus (Timmins-James Bay), was joined by fellow NDP MPs to push the Liberal government into taking credible steps to help the fight to save Laurentian. “For everyone …

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#CanPoli: NPD granted emergency debate on Laurentian University crisis – #CDNPoli

NDP MP Charlie Angus (Timmins-James Bay) made the following statement: “I have been granted an emergency debate on the crisis currently facing Laurentian University, its staff, students and the wider community. “This institution which has given generations of francophone, Indigenous and working-class youth access to quality education is being ripped …

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#FRAPoli: Damien Abad: “In times of crisis, people with disabilities are too often on the front line” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

People with disabilities suffer even more than the rest of the population from rising unemployment and the spread of teleworking, recalls Damien Abad on the occasion of World Disability Day this Thursday, December 3. The unprecedented health crisis we are experiencing is straining our social and economic life. It asks …

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#FRAPoli: Eric Ciotti: “Our country was ill prepared to face such a crisis” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

Eric Ciotti, deputy for the Alpes-Maritimes, general rapporteur of the National Assembly’s commission of inquiry on the management of the health crisis, reveals the strengths of the report and makes proposals to fill the many loopholes noted. What general conclusion do you retain after six months of parliamentary work and …

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#WorldPoli: US Plan to Blacklist Yemen’s Houthis Could Spark Humanitarian Crisis, Observers Say – #WorldPolitics

A looming U.S. government plan to list Yemen’s pro-Iran Houthi militia as a terrorist organization has sparked concern among observers and aid agencies about its impact on peace talks and the process of delivering aid to desperate civilians living under the group’s control in the country’s northern highlands. Saudi Arabia …

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#WorldPoli: Afghan Officials Warn of Compounding Crisis for Helmand’s Displaced as Winter Looms – #WorldPolitics

A Taliban onslaught on the southern province of Helmand has forced thousands of Afghans to flee their homes, with provincial officials warning of a “human tragedy” due to a lack of essentials needed to protect the displaced from the looming cold season. “Winter is coming, and displaced families in Lashkar …

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#FRAPoli: “Covid-19: how to overcome the crisis” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

Dear friends, dear friends, Philippe Juvin, mayor of La Garenne-Colombes and head of the emergency department of the Georges-Pompidou European Hospital, will answer all your questions live during a conference devoted to the health situation, this Tuesday November 10 at 8:00 p.m.. You can follow this conference live on our …

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#FRAPoli: Gérard Larcher: “We are experiencing a triple crisis. It is sanitary, it is terrorist and it is economical ” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

Gérard Larcher, President of the Senate, was the guest of Laurence Ferrari on CNews. He returned to the health crisis, the reconfinement in France, the provocations of Turkey and the study of the postponement of regional and departmental elections. Gérard Larcher, President of the Senate, on national reconfinement: “We are …

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#CanPoli: NDP calls for action over Neskantaga water crisis – #CDNPoli

OTTAWA – A growing water crisis at Neskantaga First Nation has forced the evacuation of families from the isolated northern reserve. The water supply is so dangerous that the community has been relying on gathering water in buckets from the river. With snow falling and fears of people getting sick, …

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#USPolitics: America’s Looming Age-Demographic Crisis | FreedomWorks – #USPoli

Last week, we took a look at the Congressional Budget Office’s rather gloomy budget projections over the next 30 years. Between FY 2021 and FY 2050, federal spending will grow as more Americans retire, structural budget deficits will worsen, and the share of the debt held by the public will …

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