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On this episode of Frum Dialogues, Sean Speer and David Frum discuss the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision on abortion rights and the political reaction in Canada and elsewhere around the world.
‘Chocolate makes happiness’: Tareq Hadhad on escaping war in Syria and becoming a chocolatier in Nova Scotia
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Tareq Hadhad, an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and public speaker who details his journey from a refugee in Syria to a Canadian citizen and chocolatier in Nova Scotia.
As a growing number of countries put forth their own Indo-Pacific strategy, the common refrain is where is Canada? How will it distinguish itself from the U.S. and be sustainable?
It is long past time for Canada to remain in the British Commonwealth but ditch the less-than-useless monarchy. Other nations have done it. Why can’t we?
When weighing the pros and cons of remaining a constitutional monarchy versus becoming a Canadian republic free from the Crown, we should take into account the best the monarchy can offer us, as embodied in the life of service of Queen Elizabeth II.