Barack Obama Forgoes U.S. Naval Expertise on Gulf Oil Spill Crisis « The Canadian Headlines Newspaper

i

  There are two ways to support an activity. One way is through proactive measures. The other way is through negligence. Barack Obama’s response to this environmental crisis with promises of “visits to the area” and with research on measures to “make sure this does not happen again”, is arguably akin to abject negligence. What about taking steps to redress ...

Read More »

U.S. Interests Develop Alberta Tar Sands to Boost Commercial Oil Profits « The Canadian Headlines Newspaper

i

Edited by Peter Tremblay Maps show the U.S. political-military-industrial complex’s interests in destroying Canada’s environment in order to support oil profiteering interest in U.S. “markets”. These maps show the proposed growth of the tar sands, according to announced and officially proposed mega project components of the gigaproject. Updated from the original maps put out on OilSandsTruth.org two years ago, the following ...

Read More »

Management: 5 Ways to Improve Staff Sickness Rates – LeCanadian

th

Staff sickness is not always preventable. However, if you notice patterns or worrying rates of sickness, you ideally want to sort it out as soon as possible. Your business relies upon your staff to run efficiently and productively. If they are constantly taking sick days it could be a sign that there’s a problem within the company that needs your ...

Read More »

Over 100 Scientists Call for Oil Sands Moratorium – LeCanadian

th

A group of more than 100 leading scientists from both Canada and the United States called for a moratorium on new oil sands development at a June 10 telephone press conference. The scientists laid out 10 reasons why continued expansion of the oil sands is incompatible with keeping climate change at a level that does not cause widespread harm. These ...

Read More »

Lynnfield/Boston Freelance Restaurant Reviewers Can Now Apply « The Canadian Headlines Newspaper

i

Edited by John Stokes Are you a writer? Have your ever written restaurant reviews? Do you like Asian food? Are you able to easily commute to Lynnfield? We are seeking casual freelancers to review restaurants in the Lynnfield/north Metro Boston area, and then write promotional articles. We are seeking articulate writers who have a university/college background, and who preferably also ...

Read More »

America’s Discouraged Workers: No Work for the Weary « The Canadian Headlines Newspaper

i

by David D’Amato As reported by Business Insider, the Labor Department’s newly-released statistics reveal that “the number of discouraged workers … hit a record high (since 1994, the earliest year the data is available) of just over 1.3 million … .” The numbers show that, contrary to the myth of the unmotivated unemployed living off of the public dole, people ...

Read More »

Teach For Canada Gets Schooled – LeCanadian

wp-content-uploads-2015-06-tfc2-450x330

New educational charity sparks concern among Indigenous and non-Indigenous educators by Tim McSorley Teach for Canada aims to supply more teachers to rural and First Nations schools, but many are asking whether the program will do more harm than good. Illustration by Stephanie Law MONTREAL—A controversial new Canadian educational charity promising to “make education more equal” has elicited strong debate ...

Read More »