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Canadians at Juno Beach, Normandy, June 6, 1944
David J. Climenhaga | The landings in Normandy on June 6, 1944, by 156,000 Canadian, British, American and other Allied soldiers opened a second front against Germany.
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Duncan Cameron | French society is convulsed by confrontations between police and citizens protesting against reforms to employment law. For over two months, major cities have been the scene of mass demonstrations.
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Azeezah Kanji | French President Francois Hollande declared the horrific events that happened in Paris an "act of war." But does that mean there was no war before Paris was attacked?
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Brad Wall
David J. Climenhaga | Presumably Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, alleged to be the Mr. Congeniality of Canadian politics, will keep this kind of thing up until the provincial election now scheduled for April 4.
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Nora Loreto | How does violence touch people differently? Naming patriarchy and white supremacy as the problems.
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Minsk II Protagonists
David J. Climenhaga | If Canada is going to behave like a member of the community of nations we need to walk the walk, and not just talk the talk. And the direction we need to walk right now is away.
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Reginald H. Roy
David J. Climenhaga | You'd think from Prime Minister Stephen Harper's stale Cold War rhetoric that we’d been fighting Russia, not Germany, in 1944.
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Geoffrey Stevens | Affairs are nothing new in French presidential history. Imagine Stephen Harper arriving at a love nest on the back of a chauuffeur-driven scooter. No, it could never happen in Ottawa.
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Roger Annis | Mali is undergoing a new colonization looking a lot like what Haiti has endured since 2004. French parliament votes to extend combat mission while UN Security Council readies a policing force.
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François Hollande on the campaign trail. (Photo: Parti socialist / flickr)
Martin Papillon | First, don't be afraid to assume your party's roots, and campaign on the left, while keeping a watchful eye on the centre.
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Lawrence Cannon
David J. Climenhaga | If you don't think Stephen Harper despises social democrats, consider this: Two days after François Hollande was elected president of France, Harper named Lawrence Cannon Canada's ambassador to Paris!