Daily Archive: Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Lynn Beyak removed from Senate’s Aboriginal peoples committee – Politics

Senator Lynn Beyak has been removed from the Senate’s Aboriginal peoples committee, interim Conservative Leader Rona Ambrose told CBC News in an interview Wednesday. Ambrose said she made the decision jointly with the newly minted leader of the Conservative caucus in the Senate, Larry Smith. “I have been very clear that I do not in

Syria, Stephen Bannon, Pink Star: Your Morning Briefing

His U.N. envoy, Nikki Haley, blamed Russia for blocking a robust response and warned that the U.S. might take unilateral action. Continue reading the main story We examined some of the atrocities the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, has perpetrated against his people. And “The Daily” podcast tracks the course of the Syrian conflict and the

Is There Any Room For Ethics in Our Present Society: 3 Points

Ethics is something seriously neglected in our contemporary society. Today, we are so often driven by the spirit of the age and our lives are so busy, that we literally forget to be humans. Where and when ethics and behavior go out the window is a matter of an endless discussion. We forget about the