Whether they shine in the local community, nationally or internationally, graduates from Canadian colleges, polytechnics and institutes use their practical education to launch stellar careers. Sometimes they excel in the fields of their training, sometimes they use elements of their education in unexpected ways to shoot off in brilliant new directions.
Maclean’s and the rest of the mainstream media assume those who oppose the current trade agreements do not understand the positives of freer trade between nations (“What’s the deal?” Bad News, Nov. 7). What Wallonia (and many of us on the outside) saw was the right of corporations, many of whom were consultants in the writing of the agreements, to sue our governments for making laws that cost them money.
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