Mika Ryu

Mika Ryu

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Articles/Stories written by Mika Ryu: 34

As society must accommodate individuals, individuals must accommodate society

Diversity can only be Canada’s strength if we share common core values. That was what an 85-year-old Don Cherry, albeit poorly, was attempting to point out.

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Ontario prosecutors must charge Trudeau with at least three counts of obstructing justice

The recent Ethics Commissioner’s report finding that Trudeau broke the law will leave many Canadians with the sense that justice has not been served.

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Newfoundland PCs double their seats in historic election result

These are not ordinary times, and the Newfoundland election was certainly anything but ordinary.

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Trudeau felt entitled to loyalty from bureaucrats according to new Fife report

It continues to paint a troubling picture of the prime minister, a man who perhaps might not have “been so forward” with his corruption if he knew that the national newspapers would report on it.

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Today is E-Day on The Rock and here’s why it matters more than you might think

Today marks the end of yet another exceptionally divisive campaign, and the last provincial election before October.

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StopSOP lawyers risked their careers for the sake of sanity and a silent majority supported them

Ontario’s Law Society just had its elections, in which lawyers across the province elect their representatives for the monthly board meetings. The Law Societies are the regulatory bodies in each province for the legal profession.

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Horgan takes the bait and sues Alberta over “turn off the taps” legislation

The government of British Columbia has sued the government of Alberta, claiming that Premier Kenney’s “turn off the taps” legislation is unconstitutional.

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Stubborn and unimaginative political elites have turned electoral reform into a national threat

The Quebec government has announced that it will switch to a proportional representation election system without a referendum.

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What if we kept the carbon tax, and got rid of the GST instead?

The term “revenue neutral” has gotten a bit mixed up in the recent controversy surrounding the government’s carbon pricing plan.

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PEI goes blue: What that means for Canada

A PC minority government in PEI.

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Refugees finally join Canadians in being less important than Liberals’ political interests

Parties are not just a collection of people. It is like a body that replaces its cells over time. Like a body, a party has an institutional memory, a culture that develops naturally as individuals pursue the group interest insofar as they coincide with personal interests.

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Let Her Speak: Legal opinions are fact-specific and nobody knows the facts

Laws apply to facts. Until we have the facts, legal experts can’t apply the laws to them.

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Twilight Zone: The ‘other’ MPs in Parliament

There are more MPs than you realize not from the official big three parties!

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Silver lining: Canada’s economy still looks good in the long-term

Things may seem bleak to some, but Canada’s situation has to be put into perspective.

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Transfer payments allow CAQ to continue on Quebec’s long path back from heavy debt

The CAQ is expected to present the party’s first ever budget today

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