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Evening Brief: Bureaucrat in charge of Phoenix moved: Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by GovGUIDE. The ultimate resource for all things #cdnpoli. Profiles on all MPs and Senators, events calendar, brief with the day’s legislative agenda. Click here to learn more! Good evening. The Lead The top bureaucrat at the federal department responsib...
Rejection of May’s Brexit plan pushes U.K. into unknown territory: The British Parliament rejected the government’s proposed Brexit deal on Tuesday with devastating clarity. But what happens now is shrouded in a pea-souper fog. In the worst defeat any British government has suffered since 1924, Prime Minister Theresa May’s terms for leaving the European Union at...
Last-minute sound test for West Block before MPs’ return: As administrators prepare for one last “master dry run” before the House of Commons convenes in Parliament Hill’s West Block on Jan. 28, concerns remain over acoustic failures in the new location. As late as December, after Parliament suspended sittings for the holiday break, another round of adj...
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Will 2019 be the year of white backlash in Canada?: January 15, 2019Will 2019 be the year of white backlash in Canada?How to deal with climate change, could take a back seat to an ugly debate that seems to be emerging – that of race and migrants.
Will 2019 be the year of white backlash in Canada?: Karl Nerenberg This is an election year in Canada, federally and in Alberta. Climate change -- and what to do or not do about it -- will be one unavoidable issue in the campaigns to come. The sniping on that has already started in earnest. The federal Conservative leader stands shoulder-to-should...
People’s Party candidate in B.C. by-election risks shifting discourse of public debate, observers say: January 14, 2019People’s Party candidate in B.C. by-election risks shifting discourse of public debate, observers sayMaxime Bernier’s choice of an anti-LGBTQ activist to run against NDP leader Jagmeet Singh in Burnaby South is being viewed as having a wide range of implications.
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BC Indigenous Leaders Fear Cabinet Shuffle Signals End to Reconciliation Agenda (in News): ‘We’re sitting on a time bomb,’ says one advocate.  Related Stories Deadlock at Pipeline Summit (in News) Pain, Anger, Sorrow After Boushie Verdict (in News) Singh Backs BC NDP On Kinder Morgan (in News)
Alberta Has Spent $23 Million Calling BC an Enemy of Canada (in News): Tyee FOI reveals pro-pipeline PR strategy, spiraling costs.  Related Stories Trans Mountain: A Case Study in Uncooperative Federalism (in News) Singh Backs BC NDP On Kinder Morgan (in News) Jagmeet Singh: ‘People Need Me, and I’m Going to Deliver’ (in News)
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The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on Human Rights Day:: The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on Human Rights Day: “Today on Human Rights Day, we celebrate the progress we have ......Read More
The PM Justin Trudeau issues a statement on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities: The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities: “Millions of Canadians live with a disability. ......Read More
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RIGHT TO KNOW POPULARIZED: January 22, 1945 – Associated Press executive director Kent Cooper popularized the phrase the “right to know” during a speech at Temple Emanu-El in New York.1Editorial, “The Right to Know,” New York Times, January 22, 1945. In the years before that speech, Cooper worried about how the three m...
PUBLICITY SUGGESTIONS ALARM COMMISSIONERS: The Royal Commission on Security also commented on concerns surrounding administrative secrecy. (Graphic by Government of Canada) June 25, 1969 – The Royal Commission on Security’s abridged report was tabled in the House of Commons. The commission, which was announced on November 16, 1966,1Bob...
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The CAQ??s shameless electoralism is a blast from the past: The Coalition Avenir Québec, leading in the polls ahead of October??s provincial election, recently released its ??Traffic Reduction Plan? for Greater Montreal. Or so went the marketing pitch. Yet with the bulk of the plan??s $10 billion in proposed inv...
Conservatives join NDP in blasting Trudeau??s pipeline bailout: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau??s decision to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline from Kinder Morgan for $4.5-billion has brought together unusual allies across the political spectrum. Many from the pro-pipeline camp have joined pipeline protestors to...
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La coupe du monde des femmes: Alors que la coupe du monde bat son plein et que les joueurs s'affrontent sur les terrains, on voit circuler sur les médias sociaux des vidéos et campagnes publicitaires qui visent à sensibiliser les spectateurs quant à l'augmentation des violences f...
Les lendemains qui... jazzent: Suite à la polémique entourant la tenue de la production SL?V au Théâtre du Nouveau Monde, le Festival international de Jazz de Montréal (FIJM) a annoncé l??annulation du spectacle. Le metteur en scène Robert Lepage a publié un communiqué sur cette an...
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10 times the Globe and Mail editorial page has expressed an absurdly inflated sense of Canada??s place in the world:   1. ??How Canada can help lead the way to better global health? (2016) Summary: Canada can improve global health outcomes by telling other countries what to do.   2. ??How Canada can become a global food production powerhouse? (2017) Summary: More countries should buy Canadian food. ...
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Dust Off That Blog, It??s Election Time: Whew, it??s been a while hasn??t it? There??s dust everywhere?how do you even get dust inside a blog? Oh well. There??s an election in Ontario on June 7, 2018 and well, I have opinions (see @rateldajer for the political part of me on Twitter). What??s on my mind right now: In something...
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??They??ll Just Make It Illegal?: Cryptocurrencies, Public Goods & the State Late last year, I and a colleague from HKS were meeting with a VC I??d gotten to know in San Francisco. As an opening salvo in the conversation, the VC asked us ??aren??t you worried about a cryptocurrency making the US dollar obsolete?? I repl...

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