Harper’s rhetoric is counter to the inclusive country people in Canada aspire to and want to work towards.
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper shakes hands with members of the public on Canada Day, July 1 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
Farah N. Mawani Published: Monday, 10/19/2015 12:00 am EDT Last Updated: Monday, 10/19/2015 1:29 pm EDT
A week and a half ago, I went to the Eaton Centre to get my iPhone fixed at the Apple Store. It’s the only phone I have, and critical to my work securing freedom for political prisoners, most recently working closely with Mohamed Fahmy.
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