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Christy Clark Resigns as Leader of the BC Liberal Party (in News): ‘I am certain that British Columbia’s best days lie ahead,’ says former premier.
New Course Helps First Nations’ Managers Take Back Their Housing (in News): Sylvia Olsen’s training program prepares Indigenous people to manage on-reserve housing.  Related Stories Higher Rents, Fewer Units As Indigenous Housing Agencies Lose Subsidies (in News) What Would a National Indigenous Housing Strategy Look Like? (in News) New Minister Vows ‘Fresh Attitude Towa...
Who Owns Your Grocery Store? (in Opinion): In the age of monolithic grocery giants, food co-ops offer a promising alternative.  Related Stories How the NDP and Greens Can Grow BC’s Cooperative Economy (in Opinion) You Thought We Canadians Controlled Our Fisheries? Think Again (in Opinion)
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Will Ontario let landlords and condominiums ban smoking recreational marijuana?: Civil Liberties Watch Food & Health The federal government's proposed Cannabis Act, if passed, will legalize and regulate the production, sale and possession of recreational marijuana across Canada by July 2018. However, each of the provinces have decisions to make about how cannabis will b...
VUCAVU offers 45 years of independent video and film from Canadian artists: July 28, 2017Independent video, film artists in Canada get a massive new online portalVUCAVU is the brainchild of independent video and film distributors from across Canada, concerned by the tidal wave of digitization that has pushed lesser-known artists to the edges of distribution.
Independent video, film artists in Canada get a massive new online portal: Arts & Culture Technology A trip to the optometrist can be inspiring for Cecilia Araneda, the executive director of VUCAVU, a newly launched online portal featuring 45 years of independent video and film from Canadian artists. "My optometrist will say to me 'I saw this film at the Cinemath...
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Wynne promises unspecified relief for businesses amid planned minimum wage hikes: Premier Kathleen Wynne said Friday she is working on ideas to support Ontario businesses through major labour reforms, suggesting she is looking more at offsetting unrelated costs than pulling back the labour changes themselves. Many businesses and business groups have voiced opposition to the ch...
Prime minister says border tax in U.S. would have been serious impediment: KENORA, Ont. – Canada is pleased with a decision by the United States to drop a planned border adjustment tax and is ready to work on an improved free trade deal, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday. The tariff-like tax was floated earlier this year by the U.S. administration as a way to pa...
Politicos on the move: Christy Clark resigns as leader of B.C. Liberals: Christy Clark has resigned as the leader of the B.C. Liberals. Clark sent out a statement Friday morning to supporters that said she was honored to serve as leader and premier and that she’s proud of everything she accomplished. “I am certain that British Columbia’s, and our party’s, best days ar...
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Ryan McMahon joins the left books podcast to discuss Canada 150: Comedian, writer, and podcast producer extraordinaire Ryan McMahon joins Derrick and Charlie to discuss Tom King’s “The Inconvenient Indian” and Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas’ “Red: A Haida Manga.”
Is Justin Trudeau a unicorn? An interview with Mark Critch: Mark Critch is a writer and star on the long-running CBC comedy show This Hour Has 22 Minutes. Known for his zany interviews with politicians, and frequent spats with conservatives like Michelle Rempel and Ezra Levant, Critch is coming to Montreal th...
Why does Alberta kill orphaned bear cubs?: Orphaned bear cubs in Alberta face a bleak fate. If orphaned in the spring, a newborn will slowly starve to death. At that age, it weighs about two kilograms and is fully dependent on its mother’s milk. If orphaned later in the year, a cub may surviv...
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L’écologie comme question politique : pistes de réflexion: Une étude parue récemment dans Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences indique que la sixième extinction de masse qu’ait connu notre planète, provoquée en large partie par l’activité humaine, est beaucoup plus sévère que prévue. L’étude va ju...
L’implication de La Meute dans le camp du Non à Saint-Apollinaire: La Meute est un groupe de pression anti-islam, principalement actif sur les réseaux sociaux. Comme l’a déjà exprimé son porte-parole Sylvain Maikan : «Il n’y a qu’un seul islam et il est radical. […] Un musulman modéré, ça n’existe pas» (Faceboo...
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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...
Justin Trudeau’s Spotify playlist is not nearly politically correct enough: The CBC informs that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has released his official Prime Minister’s Summer Playlist on Spotify. And I am deeply offended by it. Prime Minister Trudeau’s playlist, while undoubtably well-intentioned, nevertheless fails to live up to his progressive reputation. While much ...
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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 .
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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 3 – Our Users and What They Need: Focusing on the User: Who Policy Schools Teach While students from Schools of Policy and Government go on to do a variety of work, whether in the private, nonprofit or for profit sector, most will take a role in one of three functional areas: Politics, Administration/Operations and Public Policy....

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