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Liberals push for Bloc MP Lemire to appear before BOIE to answer for naked Amos photo leak

The BOIE is set to return to the Liberal call to invite Bloc MP Sébastien Lemire to appear in camera at its next meeting.
News|By Palak Mangat
While ‘well-intentioned,’ members of Facebook’s appeal board ultimately serve ‘at the pleasure’ of the tech giant, says one expert.
News|By Neil Moss
The security situation in Afghanistan 'will have the effect of us having to reassess all our programming in Afghanistan,' says Chris Kilford, who served as deputy military attaché in Kabul.
CSC says the external reviewers act as a ‘key safeguard’ to the new ‘structured intervention unit' approach, but the researchers say it's precisely that ‘legitimacy’ the oversight lends that makes its failure a problem.
And Canada, when it attends the G7 Summit, should be a leader in promoting this new ethic.
As Bill C-11 languishes on the order paper, we’re losing a critical window of opportunity to legislate in support of consumers and business. 
This does not mean that Canada should remain silent on human rights abuses, rather it means that Canada should avoid political stunts like non-binding votes and raise human rights issues in the right forums.
While political parties can successfully revamp their bases to improve their electability, it’s an exercise that should always be performed cautiously and carefully.
News|By Palak Mangat
The office learned last August it would be getting additional funds to beef up its personnel, and immediately began recruitment efforts, says the commissioner.
Plus, Liberals MPs say Bloc Québécois’ Sébastien Lemire should appear before BOIE to answer for leaking a naked photo of a colleague that was broadcast during virtual Parliament.
We need to drive important, supported, and safe conversations on what personal and community mental health truly means to shine the light in on the healing that is needed.
Plus, ISG Senator Yuen Pau Woo will join panelists to discuss ways to defeat anti-Asian racism.
Opinion|By Gwynne Dyer
The Hamas-Netanyahu 'objective alliance' is based on the fact that Netanyahu hates the idea of a two-state solution just as much as Hamas does.
Opinion|By Pierre Cyr
Canada should immediately adopt a national approach that prioritizes patients with rare diseases in the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
Opinion|By Gianluca Cairo
Public-sector organizations should take this opportunity to accelerate digital transformation in order to meet the needs of citizens in the post-COVID-19 era.
Opinion|By Samantha Reusch
Organizations, social enterprises, governments, and communities must retool to better understand and create conditions for meaningful engagement with diverse youth.
Opinion|By Scott Taylor
While I can understand that Ukrainians are proud of their heritage, I cannot fathom why young nationalists seek to glorify those who took up arms to enforce the Nazis' ideology.
Some advocates are wondering whether the Trudeau Liberals, having ignored it in their free-spending spring budget, might be canny enough play the basic-income card in the upcoming election.
Senators have a unique opportunity to step up as leaders in Canada’s all-of-society response to the climate change imperative.
Opinion|By Paulette Senior
We rely on mothers and family caregivers to take care of us. So much of our communities, society, and economy rests on them. It’s no wonder that the weight is becoming too much to bear.
Opinion|By Tim Powers
The government seems to be risk managing all other elements of its agenda and operations. So, after Parliament rises for the summer and Canadians hopefully get closer to normal, does it move to change cabinet?
News|By Alice Chen
Liberal MP Julie Dzerowicz says the market has recovered enough to replace the benefit with actual employment, but students advocates say the jobs aren't there yet.
Opinion|By Les Whittington
If current trends continue in the U.S., it is problematic for Canada, which has a great deal to lose from inward-looking, nationalist leaders in Washington with no regard for alliances or diplomacy.
Plus, the Conservatives' Diane Finley bows out as the longtime MP for Haldimand–Norfolk, Ont.
Opinion|By Andrew Caddell
The experts at Finance must be tearing their hair out, even if they know this budget is designed to get the Trudeau Liberals re-elected. So much for the 'wisdom' of minority governments.
Opinion|By Erica Ifill
The Liberals’ poor communication on this file has created a vacuum of confusion that misinformation, ironically, is happy to fill.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, a past political staffer is the new head of the aerospace association, and Brandon Gonez snags an exclusive with Justin Trudeau.
News|By Neil Moss
Pressure is mounting on the Canadian government to back the waiver as it has received support from the U.S. and more than 30 Liberal MPs are calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to champion the initiative.
Opinion|By Anahit Harutyunyan
It is of utmost importance that the international community, while addressing the issue of POWs, refrain from generalized statements and calls addressed to both sides.

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