October 2017 will bring the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. I suggest we commemorate the occasion by celebrating our Catholicism.
This November marks one year since the Canadian government announced its plan to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of 2015. Since that date, the government has followed through on its promise (though with a few revisions to the timeline) and 30,647 Syrians have arrived in Canada, through a combination of government support and Canada’s unique model of private sponsorship.
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Ac company's code of conduct usually covers a gambit of topics, from accepting gifts from clients to boundaries with coworkers. The objectives are to align all employees with the company’s conduct standards and to document each person's willingness to comply with those standards (that’s why we have to sign it every year). The desired result is protection for the company, including its reputation, employees, clients, revenues and its future.
Thou shalt not cut a woman's hair: When Bert Witvoet's mother was young, women cutting their hair was frowned on: christiancourier.ca/columns-op-ed/…Tweeted 11 hours ago