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McKenna drops by downtown Ottawa park to reveal new plan for carbon tax revenue: With the countdown to the July 1 long weekend well underway in the capital, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna drops by an urban micropark in the heart of her downtown Ottawa riding to reveal how her government intends to, as the advisory puts it, “allocate a portion of the proceeds collected...
Morning Brief: ‘Palpably’ political: Today’s Morning Brief is brought to you by FleishmanHillard High Road.
iPolitics AM: Garneau heads to Trois-Rivieres to detail new federal support for VIA’s high frequency rail plans: With the prime minister set to spend the day ensconced in what his official itinerary describes as “private meetings” — which will likely include a final wave of last-minute preparations for the upcoming G20 summit in Osaka, which gets underway later this week — Transport Minister Marc Garneau he...
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New generation of Quebecers resists Legault's discriminatory law: June 24, 2019New generation of Quebecers resists Legault's discriminatory lawAlthough the CAQ's Law 21 has been passed, the battle is not over.
New generation of Quebecers resists Legault's discriminatory law: Karl Nerenberg Today, June 24, is la Fête nationale in Quebec, what they used to call St-Jean-Baptiste Day, a holiday that has greatly evolved over the years. Originally, la Fête promoted Quebec's notional Roman Catholic identity. If the holiday expressed any degree of nationalism, it was of an ...
Tune in to the Green New Deal's stop in Vancouver tonight at 7PM PT: rabble staff Our friends at The Leap have been touring across the country to hear from prominent climate activists, students, organizers, workers, and people like you on how to build power and popular supports for an inclustive, climate-safe economy and society, a Green New Deal. The tour's stop...
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‘We’re Pretty Proud of It’: BC’s First Indigenous-Owned Legal Pot Shop Opens (in News): Owners Carrie and Adam Mussell say the hard work was worth it.
Over 1,000 Tyee Readers Contribute to Election Reporting Fund (in Tyee News): Now, the work begins to dig into the questions you want answered. Thank you!  Related Stories Over 1,000 Tyee Readers Contribute to Election Reporting Fund (in Tyee News) Tyee Election Reporting Fund Passes Target with Days to Go (in Tyee News) Help Build Canada's Best Independent Election Repor...
Twerps, the Apocalypse, Pipelines and Vonnegut (in Opinion): Trudeau and Scheer share a ludicrous oil addiction. Where’s Kurt when you need him?  Related Stories Don’t Be Distracted by This Populist Sideshow (in Opinion) Canadian Politicians Are Playing a Dangerous Game on Migration (in Opinion) Trudeau’s Climate Change Policy Is Strategically Inadequate (...
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Ontario’s government is working for the people to improve local service delivery and efficiency in the province’s municipalities: Ontario Invests in Whitchurch-Stouffville to Improve Service Delivery and Efficiency Investments Will Support Communities, Respect Taxpayer Dollars NEWS March 21, 2019 Ontario’s government is working ......Read More
Prime Minister on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination: Statement by the Prime Minister on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement ......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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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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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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??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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