Only an active, committed and stronger grassroots advocacy program can help stem the tide
A one-month Europe-wide ban on live bird imports has been agreed to try to stem the tide
of bird flu.
A one-month Europe-wide ban on live bird imports has been agreed in a bid to stem the tide
of bird flu.
The report points out that government policy failed to stem the tide
of rising inequality in both Canada and BC.
Many years ago, Pope John Paul II, the most respected man in the world, (and our Canadian bishops agreed) taught that "only a change of behaviour will stem the tide
By the novel's end, the family's dead-end stories have spiraled into the face of an evil so pure and horrific that we, the readers, must confront how to stem the tide
of our children's societal neglect, poverty and racism.
What can you say when Ontario has to elect Liberals to stem the tide
of an out of control deficit authored by right wing Tories.
We must stem the tide
of this crisis by enacting meaningful reforms.
THE armed forces are being drafted in to stem the tide
of illegal immigrants trying to sneak into Britain.
SIR - Alf Gooding concluded his very thoughtful article on the burgeoning manufacturing dominance of Third World countries, in particular China, by stating that, ``The time is right to consider the imposition of tariffs to stem the tide
We believe that your principles as outlined are the fight approach to stem the tide
of this devastating epidemic.
They hope greater financial transparency and improved board structures will be sufficient to stem the tide