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Freedom of Information Delays Worsened During BC Liberals’ Final Years (in News): NDP claims improvement since election but remains vague on reforms to FOI laws.  Related Stories $15 an Hour Minimum Wage Might Come Faster Than Expected (in News) Throne Speech Chance for NDP to Mark End of BC Liberal Era (in News) NDP and Greens ‘Just Aren’t Interested in Collaborating,’ Says P...
A Call for Canadians to Fill the Gaps in Our Child Welfare System (in News): Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada calls on citizens to be youth-in-care ‘allies’ with money and support.  Related Stories Public Education ‘School Fees’: A Look at What Parents Are Paying Across Canada (in News) Byelection for New Vancouver School Board Set for October (in News) New Course Help...
Liberals Big Losers, NDP and Greens Winners in Political Finance Reform (in News): Horgan defends party subsidies as ‘modest cost’ during transition to new system.  Related Stories BC’s ‘Wild West’ Political Fundraising Ends (in News) Tight Timelines for Electoral Reform Referendum Don’t Worry Greens, NDP (in News) Worried about Political Interference, NDP Wants Special Prosecu...
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What bothers Martine Ouellet is not what Jagmeet Singh advocates. It is the way he dresses.: September 20, 2017Bloc leader attacks Jagmeet Singh, gives fuel to Quebec bashersBloc Québécois leader Martine Ouellet claims that Jagmeet Singh's NDP leadership campaign signifies we must now confront not only the religious right, but also the new and scary religious left.
Bloc leader attacks Jagmeet Singh, gives fuel to Quebec bashers: Karl Nerenberg Karl Nerenberg is your reporter on the Hill. Please consider supporting his work with a monthly donation. Support Karl on Patreon today for as little as $1 per month! Bloc Québécois leader Martine Ouellet claims that Jagmeet Singh's NDP leadership campaign signifies we must now ...
If we called Trump's bluff on NAFTA we could save farmers and workers from a bad deal: September 20, 2017For farmers and working people, cancelling NAFTA might be the best way forwardAs U.S. President Donald Trump rambles and rumbles about cancelling NAFTA, what if we called the bully's bluff? The result would no doubt be much better than any of his suggestions for change.
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MMWIG inquiry ‘constrained’ by federal rules: chief commissioner: Federal rules normally applied on the public service are limiting the work of the national inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, the inquiry’s commissioners said Wednesday night. “To be very blunt and very honest, because we’re bound by government policies and procedures …...
Evening Brief: Barbie, marmots and manspreading: Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada. Read our new research report, Income Inequality in Canada: The Urban Gap: cpacanada.ca/IncomeInequality. _____________________ Good evening to you. The Lead:  Welcome to the confused club: It seems senior o...
Cullen not concerned about Singh’s lack of seat in House of Commons: OTTAWA — Veteran New Democrat MP Nathan Cullen is shrugging off the fact Jagmeet Singh is in no hurry to sit in the House of Commons, choosing to endorse the member of the Ontario legislature in his bid to lead the federal NDP. Cullen, who himself ran against Mulcair in 2012, said Wednesday he is...
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Why Hillary's story deserves to be heard: Having carefully observed the misogyny and double standards with which Hillary Clinton had to contend during her campaign, I closely watched the reactions to the release of her book, What Happened. Clinton had been keeping a low public profile since...
We listened to Donald Trump’s full UN speech so you don’t have to: In sleep-inducing cadence, and amidst the usual banalities — “it is entirely up to us whether we lift the world to new heights or let it fall into a valley of disrepair” — Trump outlined a dangerous, warmongering agenda to the General Assembly sessio...
We listened to Donald Trump’s full UN speech so you don’t have to: In sleep-inducing cadence, and amidst the usual banalities — “it is entirely up to us whether we lift the world to new heights or let it fall into a valley of disrepair” — Trump outlined a dangerous, warmongering agenda to the General Assembly sessio...
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Un long chemin jusqu'à Montréal: Sous un lourd soleil d’août au centre-ville de Montréal, Pierre fait la file devant un centre de service du ministère de la Solidarité sociale avec une vingtaine d’autres nouveaux arrivants. Il vient, comme eux, réclamer un chèque d’aide financière d...
La fracturation : une question qui divise: Alors qu’une village en Gaspésie - Ristigouche-Sud-Est- conteste en cour cette semaine sa capacité d’encadrer l’exploration gazifère, plus de 300 municipalités québécoises continuent leur lutte pour mieux encadrer la fracturation hydraulique sur leur...
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I love America: Ezra Levant’s renunciation of the alt-right (a popular activity at the moment) has been predictably scorned as disingenuous, but one passage struck me as entirely believable: “When I first heard of the alt-right a year ago, I thought it simply meant the insurgent right, the politically incorrect...
The State of the Canadian Left: a dialogue: This is the third in a serious of dialogues on Canadian politics between me, J.J. McCullough, resident of Coquitlam, B.C., and my friend Doug Musk, resident of Beamsville, Ontario. Check out our previous dialogues on the state of the Canadian right, the state of the 2017 Conservative Party leader...
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Justin Trudeau and Bill Morneau A Lesson In Using Private Corporations as a Tax Strategy: With Canadian private corporation owners about to experience a major change in how they are taxed, I wanted to take a look at how Mr. ......Read More The post Justin Trudeau and Bill Morneau A Lesson In Using Private Corporations as a Tax Strategy appeared first on .
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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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Teaching Digital at the Kennedy School of Government: Part 6: Bringing it Together: Okay, so to recap, here at the Kennedy School of Government I’m interested in the social, economic and policy changes brought about by the way digital technologies expand or threaten how we can solve problems, relate to one another, and reimagine institutions and the world. We have a range of stu...

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