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Emad Barsoum writes: The Sun always Shines

The mornings of this week carried hot air and unexpected high temperatures, mixed with the refreshing odors of the spring, although for the last spring and this one, and until the last week we did not pay enough attention to the beauty of the nature that we expect every spring and after a long cold winter, we were disheartened by all the measures taken to contain and prevent the spread of the Covid 19.  The ...

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Garnett Genuis writes: Canadian Pipelines are Fundamental to Canadian Energy Security

The situation around the Line 5 pipeline is both disappointing and revealing. Disappointing because many households in Ontario and Quebec are now at risk of losing secure access to the energy they need. Revealing because it shows the importance of pipeline construction and other policies that guarantee energy security for every region of the country. Line 5 transports petroleum and natural gas liquids from ...

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Erin O’Toole: I encourage Canadians to join with the Coptic community and celebrate Coptic Heritage week

Due to the announcement of the last week of May as Coptic Heritage Week, Erin O’Toole launched a statement about it and how he feels: "For the first time in Canada,  this week will be a celebration of one of the most ancient cultures that goes back to the first century 2000 years ago. The Coptic Heritage art, archaeology, architecture, music, and the ancient Egyptian language. Today coptology is a course th ...

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لأول مرة..إعلان الأسبوع الأخير من شهر مايو أسبوعاً للحضارة القبطية في كندا  

الكنيسة القبطية تُصدر بيان والبابا تواضروس يصف الحدث بـ "الطيب جداً" جود نيوز الكندية: تم الأعلان ولأول مرة في العالم عن أسبوعاً سيكون مخصص للحضارة القبطية وذلك في كندا، حيث تم إقرار الأسبوع الأخير من شهر مايو والذي ينتهي بالأول من يونيو - والذي يوافق اليوم القبطي العالمي ليكون أسبوعاً للحضارة القبطية Coptic Heritage Week وفي بيان أصدرته الكنيسة القبطية عبر الثلاث ايبارشيات الموجودة في كندا حصلت "جود نيوز" ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: The Clash of Generations

A friend came to me one day, from my age group, with a careworn face and with muttered words, why do they not listen? he said. I turned to him wondering, as he is known to be very sarcastic when he shares with his friends any worries or concerns. My friend believes that handling problem with less stress and through a bit of sarcasm helps overcome most of the tension that we might go through while solving ou ...

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Dr. Tarek Heggy to “Good News”: Political Islam as the greatest threat facing humanity

Nesrin Essa Dr. Tarek Heggy is an Egyptian liberal author, political thinker . Heggy is one of Egypt's  more prominent authors on the subject of Egypt’s need for political reform. His extensive writings advocate the values of modernity, democracy, tolerance, and woman's rights in the Middle East advancing them as universal values essential to the region's progress. He has lectured at universities throughout ...

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Bishoy Bebawy writes: Opinion: Wise as Serpents, Innocent as Doves

​Drastic times always call for drastic measures and so,during a pandemic, we must acclimate. This was, after all, the charism of the apostles and their successors, as the small sect called ‘the Way’ began. As the Church grew, so also did the diversity of expressions of faith. Many pious traditions evolved out of a particular, often practical, need and the Divine Liturgy is no exception. There exists within ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: Restless Society

Every time a group of friends, who have crossed the age of forty and fifty, get together they start to growdepressed and their voices switch from laughter to quietness, their eyes dropdown and the fun is gone, when they remember how life used to be two or three decades ago. Those friends who were born in this land or who have left their motherland and moved to a new chosen homeland. The common issue would b ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: Man, Dog, and Hyaena

My friend called me few days ago, with a loud questioning tone asking me, are you a fortune teller? I smiled in a sarcastic way and replied, of course not, but why? He followed by another question, do you remember your article few weeks ago when you expressed your worries, when life would start to go back to its normal pattern after the lock-down, about how some business owners and entrepreneurs would take ...

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The Canadian Islamic Institute refuses to announce the call to prayer in mosques

The Canadian Islamic Institute rejects the use of loudspeakers or any disturbing manner to announce the call to prayer in mosques. This is the same whether it is during the month of Ramadan or any other month. The Institute confirms there is no relationship between this demand for the call to prayer and Islam. The totality of the values in Islam, in the opinion of the institute, reject any harm to the other ...

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MP, Bob Saroya Column

The Liberal government continues its’ assault on working Canadians and the private sector. After a sustained SaveLocalBusiness.ca campaign lead by Andrew Scheer and our Conservative team they are backtracking on some, but not all of their proposed tax hikes. Just a reminder of the taxes the Liberals are implementing or have attempted to in the past 2 years: • A 73% tax on small business investment income • ...

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The Australian Coptic Movement Association LTD (ACM) strongly refutes recent statements made by the Minister for Emigration and Expatriate Affairs, Nabila Makram

Dismayingly, the Minister asserts that the reports of Coptic persecution are merely 'rumours'. These remarks were reportedly made to Australian Parliamentarians during her recent visit to Australia according to the prominent Al Masry Al Youm newspaper "We understand that Egypt is facing many challenges and indeed threats, however, to assert that the severe persecution of Coptic Christians is merely based on ...

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