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Jacques J.M. Shore

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Opinion | BY JACQUES J.M. SHORE | January 29, 2024
Demonstrators attend the Rally for the Jewish People on Dec. 4, 2023, on Parliament Hill. After the Oct. 7 terror attacks in Israel, too many people are ignorantly indifferent to the murderous aggression against Jews from so many hidden corners of the world, writes Jacques Shore. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY JACQUES J.M. SHORE | January 29, 2024
Opinion | BY JACQUES J.M. SHORE | January 29, 2024
Demonstrators attend the Rally for the Jewish People on Dec. 4, 2023, on Parliament Hill. After the Oct. 7 terror attacks in Israel, too many people are ignorantly indifferent to the murderous aggression against Jews from so many hidden corners of the world, writes Jacques Shore. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY JACQUES J.M. SHORE | December 15, 2021
Deputy PM and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is pictured with Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem ahead of an announcement on the bank's inflation mandate in Ottawa on Dec. 13. The food sector had very much hoped the government would consider introducing a temporary refundable tax credit in Budget 2021 to address the extraordinary expenditures incurred to operate responsibly in a COVID-19 environment. Alas, it was not to be, writes Jacques J.M. Shore. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JACQUES J.M. SHORE | December 15, 2021
Opinion | BY JACQUES J.M. SHORE | December 15, 2021
Deputy PM and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is pictured with Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem ahead of an announcement on the bank's inflation mandate in Ottawa on Dec. 13. The food sector had very much hoped the government would consider introducing a temporary refundable tax credit in Budget 2021 to address the extraordinary expenditures incurred to operate responsibly in a COVID-19 environment. Alas, it was not to be, writes Jacques J.M. Shore. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Canada is not the only country that has the ability to offer safe, sustainable, and high quality food, but it is the one country now best positioned to demonstrate our ambition to be second to none and gain the respect of other nations to achieve the goal of being a global food provider, write Jacques J. M. Shore and Suzanne Sabourin. Unsplash photograph by Dan Loran
Canada is not the only country that has the ability to offer safe, sustainable, and high quality food, but it is the one country now best positioned to demonstrate our ambition to be second to none and gain the respect of other nations to achieve the goal of being a global food provider, write Jacques J. M. Shore and Suzanne Sabourin. Unsplash photograph by Dan Loran
Opinion | BY JACQUES J.M. SHORE | January 13, 2021
Pro-Trump rioters occupied the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, forcing lawmakers to shelter in place. Flickr photograph by Brett Davis
Opinion | BY JACQUES J.M. SHORE | January 13, 2021
Opinion | BY JACQUES J.M. SHORE | January 13, 2021
Pro-Trump rioters occupied the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, forcing lawmakers to shelter in place. Flickr photograph by Brett Davis