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July 1, 2010

We are expecting

The Canadian Charger

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On July 31, The Canadian Charger will celebrate its first birthday.

You readers, all 2.5 million of you, are welcome to share in the celebration, provided, of course, that you bring a cash present to keep us going for another year. We are expecting you.

After our inaugural year we can look back with pride on our journalist achievements.

“I welcome progressive alternative media. The Canadian Charger is one of the best,” said Dr. James Winter, professor of communication studies at the University of Windsor and author of Lies the Media Tell Us (Black Rose Books).

These achievements took various forms—political cartoons, poems, book reviews, TV and radio clips and interactive games, in addition to the regular editorials and articles.

Some of the important topics we covered are:

the health risks of cell phones

the need for a culture and policy change regarding the use of private cars

why Zionism is the real enemy of the Jews

why giving President Barack Obama the Nobel Peace Prize was a joke 

We also published our first book: Antisemitism Real and Imagined: Responses to the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Antisemitism

Looking back, we can say that we have been faithful to our mission when Canada's Voice Corporation (CVC) was established as an independent not-for-profit publisher of high-value alternative multimedia interactive online magazines:

The Canadian Charger is committed to presenting a diversity of views and counter-views on issues of importance to Canadians, written by journalists, academics, professionals, award-winning experts, social and political activists, literary essayists, novelists, poets and artists.”

We are doing all this for one vital and urgent reason: We believe that Canada deserves better!”

Apparently, you agree with us.

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