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Canadian News

Singh’s Pension: Merit to Poilievre’s Claim on Keeping Liberals Afloat?

Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre recently made headlines by asserting that NDP leader Jagmeet Singh’s continued support for the Trudeau government is driven by Singh’s impending eligibility for a full government pension. While Singh has vehemently denied this claim, Poilievre’s point warrants a closer look at the financial incentives at play. Members of Parliament (MPs) in Canada earn a base salary of $203,100, significantly higher than the average Canadian income. This substantial salary is a considerable financial incentive for any MP to remain in office. Additionally,

US News

Youth Surge: How Kamala Harris’ Candidacy Ignites a New Wave of Young Voter Engagement

In the centuries of American political history, few moments have captured the imagination and fervor of the youth like the election of Barack Obama in 2008. It was a time when the promise of hope and change resonated deeply with a generation eager for progress and inclusivity. Young voters turned out in droves, their energy and optimism propelling Obama to victory and ushering in a new era of political engagement. Fast forward to today, and we are witnessing a similar surge of youthful enthusiasm with the announcement that Vice President Kamala Harris will now be at the top of the ticket f

World News