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Stories by Ghazy Mujahid

Biden should push to limit presidential pardon powers

Opinion|By Ghazy Mujahid
The dangers of letting the power rest in the hands of the president alone have become evident.
Opinion|By Ghazy Mujahid
The immigration minister should take note that all of the approaches used so far for the family reunification program have fallen short of meeting the objective of fairness.
With the changing balance between working-age Canadians and seniors, it should be obvious that the current coverage and level of benefits cannot be sustained without overburdening the taxpayer.
Opinion|By Ghazy Mujahid
Trudeau should appoint a cabinet minister responsible solely for seniors, as the Harper Conservatives did, and put in place a national seniors strategy.
Opinion|By Ghazy Mujahid
It’s fairer and smarter than the new lottery process.
With more seniors becoming eligible for OAS, and being paid for longer periods, Canada should re-visit boosting eligibility from age 65 to 67.
Opinion|By Ghazy Mujahid
A points-based system, like the one used in the federal skilled workers category, would be fairer.
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