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Welcome to the website of Tasha Kheiriddin, writer, commentator, speaker, and public affairs consultant.
With twenty years of media experience, Tasha is one of Canada’s best-known commentators and columnists. Fluently bilingual, she writes a weekly column for Globalnews.ca, and comments on political and current affairs issues for Global, CBC and Radio Canada-RDI. She is the founder and CEO of Ellipsum Public Affairs, specializing in media training and message management. Tasha is also a sought-after speaker, emcee and moderator, represented by Speakers’ Spotlight. For her work in radio, print, television and communications, the Women’s Executive Network named Tasha one of Canada’s “Top 100 Most Powerful Women” in 2016.
The majority CAQ government has passed two controversial bills that prohibit the wearing of religious symbols by state employees in a position of authority, toss out 16,000 immigration applications, and impose a values test on newcomers.
Le gouvernement majoritaire de la CAQ a adopté deux projets de loi controversés qui interdisent le port de symboles religieux par des employés de l’État en position d’autorité, rejettent 16 000 demandes d’immigration et imposent un test de valeurs aux nouveaux arrivants.