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Aeroplan is a potent warning about corporate financing run amok: Economy Politics in Canada For a company whose raison d' être is loyalty, the executives and shareholders of Aimia must wish a little more was coming their way. The company, which operates the Aeroplan loyalty program, was recently dumped by Air Canada, which will start its own in-house frequen...
Trump's scaled back hostility to Islam means the world is somewhat less apocalyptic: Education US Politics World Brief relief Trump's speech in Riyadh this week was normal foreign policy drivel, which came as a relief. It was no more preposterous than what Obama, either Clinton, or Trudeau deliver when they talk world issues. Foreign policy is a truth-free, fact-free zone. Whe...
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Why the Struggle of Renters is Canada’s ‘Ultimate Housing Problem’ (in News): Being a low-income renter is terrible. Here’s how it got that way.  Related Stories BC’s Interest-free Loan Offer for New Homebuyers ‘Bizarre’, Says NDP Critic (in News) Coalition Pushing New Housing Solutions for BC (in News) Should Developers Meet Quotas for Affordable Housing Units? (in News)
Loved Ones Lost: ‘I Want This Time to Teach You’ (in News): An addicted daughter’s words became her mother’s work. Last in a series.  Related Stories Loved Ones Lost: Death of a Downtown Poet (in News) Senator Larry Campbell Vows Push to Legalize Opioids (in News) An Urgent Call on Overdose Crisis: Prescribe Drugs, End Prohibition (in News)
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Evening Brief: Conservative conventions and budding bromances: Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by Downtown Diner, organized by Canada’s dairy, poultry, egg & hatching egg farmers. Learn about Canada’s vibrant agriculture sector and enjoy a delicious snack made with ingredients produced and served by our supply managed farmers. _________________...
Liberal MPs offer amendments to controversial changes for budget watchdog: Liberal MPs are proposing amendments to help the Trudeau government back away from controversial elements of its bill to transform the federal budget watchdog. Details of the proposed legislation to change the parliamentary budget office have faced sharp criticism amid concerns the changes would ...
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Canada’s response to the rise of hate is woefully inadequate: From the outside, Canada is the last bastion of liberalism: a country that has taken its own approach to the refugee crisis, a country that voted en-masse against a conservative government and austerity, a country that remains, in the eyes of the int...
VIDEO: Edward Snowden asks Canada to save the refugees who sheltered him: Early this morning Edward Snowden released a video message imploring Canadians to call the minister of immigration and ask him to step in and protect the seven refugees who sheltered Snowden in Hong Kong in 2013. Last week the Hong Kong government re...
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Kevin O’Leary quits leadership bid of Canada’s Conservative Party: With the news that Kevin O’Leary has pulled out of the running for the leader of Canada’s Conservative Party, I thought that it was a ......Read More The post Kevin O’Leary quits leadership bid of Canada’s Conservative Party appeared first on .
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 .
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La non-invitation: À chaque fois, quand il est question des femmes et particulièrement de leur occupation de l’espace public (incluant l’espace virtuel), il s’en trouve toujours pour nous parler d’autre chose: d’un projet plus «rassembleur», d’une gestion de problèmes...
Quand les deux ne font plus la paire : la gauche face à la crise du bipartisme: Dimanche dernier, les militant.e.s de Québec Solidaire (QS) renonçaient à un pacte électoral avec le Parti Québécois (PQ). Ce pacte aurait notamment eu pour objectif de déloger les Libéraux aux élections de 2018. L’enjeu a occupé une place importante...
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The Conservatives Won't Win No Matter Which Boring Leader They Pick: Boring. Drab, dull, flat, insipid, uninspiring, monotonous, prosaic, tedious, interminable. The leadership race of the Conservative Party of Canada has been all these things, and so many more. If you consult your nearest thesaurus for things that are synonymous with "boring," like I did, you wil...
Derek Hurrell, Saskatchewan Man, Arrested For Making Threats Against Trudeau: SASKATOON — A Saskatchewan man is facing charges after online threats were made against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Mounties say New Brunswick RCMP notified the National Security Enforcement Section in March about alleged threats on social media, but there was no direct contact between the sus...
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The State of the Conservative Leadership Race: a Dialogue: JJ: Hey again Doug, Seeing as how the Tory leadership contest is just a couple weeks away from concluding, I thought it might be fun if we could run through our impressions of some of the candidates. To open, which candidates have you found the most interesting — not in terms of personal preferen...
What’s wrong with conservatives in Canada: a dialouge: My friend Doug Musk is a Conservative Party member living in a rural part of the Niagara West riding. He and I often have insightful discussions about the future of conservatism in Canada, so I thought you might enjoy reading an extended, week-long email dialogue between us.   JJ: Hey Doug. I wa...
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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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