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As pot legalization shows, the path to social change is winding: Politics in Canada Deep social change happens so slowly it looks like nothing is happening. Not just over years but decades, maybe longer. Nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing. Then WHAM. The imminent legalization of (nonmedical) marijuana is a perfect example. Its perfectness even has a generation...
Climate change is one area where anti-science rhetoric and actions are endangering human health and survival: April 21, 2017March for science, march for Earth Day, march for humanity!Of all the many solutions to global warming and other environmental problems, none is as powerful as people getting together to demand change.
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A Citizen Takes on BC’s ‘Wild West’ Campaign Financing (in News): Grassroots online initiative encourages public to tell politicians unlimited contributions must end now.  Related Stories Political Donations Investigation Handed to RCMP (in News) NDP’s John Horgan Unveils Climate Plan, Would Put an End to Liberals’ ‘Failure’ (in News) Horgan Town Hall Turns Dee...
Lessons for Canada from Hunt for Lost Jungle City (in Culture): Gripping book about search for fabled ‘White City’ sheds light on why civilizations die.
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Former spymaster concerned over slow pace of Norman case: Canada’s former spymaster says the investigation into the second-in-command of the Canadian military is not moving fast enough. “It’s unprecedented, period. It’s never happened. I think we’ll have to wait and see what the RCMP comes up with but I’m particularly concerned about the time it’s takin...
Ontario NDP promise universal drug-coverage if elected: Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath committed Saturday to provide universal drug coverage for all Ontarians if elected in 2018 – picking up where former Saskatchewan premier, Tommy Douglas, the “father of Medicare” left off. “We won’t let anyone tell us it can’t be done,” Horwath said, quoting the ...
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When it comes to stopping Kinder Morgan, Tofino means business: Coastal communities are on the front lines of climate change. For those who live on the narrow peninsula that leads to Tofino on the west coast of B.C.’s Vancouver Island, the prospect of rising sea levels has an immediacy that tends to incite action...
Men who rape are not ‘great men’: A Utah county judge is facing public outrage after he praised a former Mormon bishop as a “good man” while sentencing him. This has reignited a conversation on whether privilege and judicial bias are affecting trial outcomes as well as how rape victi...
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Canada’s Banks and Chief Executive Officer Compensation: The Great Canadian Banking sector has been in the news rather regularly over the past few weeks with stories about outsourcing jobs to overseas nations, ......Read More The post Canada’s Banks and Chief Executive Officer Compensation appeared first on .
McDonald’s Canada Hack Leaves 95,000 Job Seekers’ Affected: McDonald’s Canada revealed in a press release on Friday that their website for collecting information from potential applicants was recently hacked. According to the press ......Read More The post McDonald’s Canada Hack Leaves 95,000 Job Seekers’ Affected appeared first on .
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Qui paie les frais du gaspillage alimentaire au Québec?: 2500 tonnes. C'est la quantité de denrées, incluant de la viande, que Moisson Montréal a réussi à redonner aux plus démuni-es depuis 2013 avec son programme de récupération en supermarchés. Imaginez toute cette nourriture qui aurait pris la direction...
Victoire pour la démocratie, défaite pour les femmes?: Destituée début mars de ses fonctions de présidente de la Corée du Sud, Park Geun-hye a officiellement été accusée, lundi, de divers chefs de corruption et d’abus de pouvoir. La table est mise pour l’un des procès les plus importants de l’histoire du...
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March For Science 2017: Canadian Scientists Protest Trump To 'Return The Favour': Hundreds of scientists gathered on Parliament Hill and in at least 17 other communities across Canada Saturday, rallying in support of their American counterparts who say they're facing mounting attacks against science. Science advocate Katie Gibbs said she felt like she was returning a favour. N...
Liberals Aim To Cut Number Of 'Chronic' Homeless In Half: OTTAWA — The federal Liberals are aiming to halve the number of the hardest-to-help homeless and experts say it's a move that may be key to ending homelessness in the country. The upcoming national housing strategy looks to cut by 50 per cent the number of "chronic'' homeless — many of whom won't...
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How to be controversial in Canada and not lose your job: Prominent pundits across Canada are writing all sorts of stern, thoughtful pieces about Dr. Andrew Potter of the University of McGill at the moment. On March 20, Potter wrote an article for Maclean’s magazine that criticized Quebec society. It generated a backlash from Quebecers, including the pr...
Fun Quiz! Match the Andrew Coyne Spluttering With the Budget: The following are quotes Andrew Coyne has used to describe the eight federal budgets released between 2010 and 2017. Can you match the splutter with the year? “the budget is bloated, cynical, dirigiste and incoherent” “so innocuous, so inoffensive, so utterly inconsequential” “almost universally...
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Yes, Change is Hard and Requires Math, That is Why We Elected You: So it seems that the response about the electoral reform committee (EMME) process is that there are lots of committed, organized, focused, passionate people who want to make this country better, speaking for the importance of changing our voting system to one that assigns seats in proportion to t...
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CELEBRATING RIGHT TO KNOW WEEK: A panel discussion during Right to Know Week will take place at Carleton University later this month. (Photograph by nismonick) I’m excited to announce I’ll be speaking at my alma mater for an event celebrating Right to Know Week. On Sept. 26, Carleton University and the Office of the Informati...
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Government, Digital Services & IT Procurement Reform: Next semester I’ll be teaching a course on why healthcare.gov initially turned into a disaster. Why? Because sadly, the failure of healthcare.gov was not special. Conservative estimates suggest over half of all IT projects are not completed on time or on budget. Others suggest the numbers are hig...

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