The Ontario government is cutting $1.6 billion from education, with no tuition cuts in sight
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US just welcomes its first female vice president. Canada, on the other hand, still lags behind the UN’s threshold for female representation in political decision-making.
Despite polls unanimously predicting Joe Biden will win this year’s presidential election, many are still hesitant to trust the pre-vote polling numbers after Hillary Clinton’s defeat in 2016.
The United Nations has been a much disputed intergovernmental peace and security organization since its founding date in 1945 The United Nations is comprised of 193 member states and two…