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Evidence says that a merger makes sense: The reasons why together the Alberta Party and the Alberta Liberal Party have the capacity to change Alberta.: “He won because he went to the people. I myself knocked on ~30,000 doors for that election. The team raised $424k, had a volunteer team of ~500 people, and on that team ~70%+ were first time volunteers. Don’t believe the hype & don’t think parties are what makes politics.”  – Vincent St. Pie...
Stop the silliness, it’s time to merge: In 2012, I wrote a blog piece called “Provincial Merger, I agree…”.  In it, I made a simple argument: the only way that Progressive Voices could be heard in Alberta is by merging the Alberta NDP, the Alberta Liberals, the Alberta Greens and the Alberta Party. In merging, we could get 25 to 30% an...
We need to talk about 2021, Driverless Vehicles and the Social Consequences: In 2005, Sebastian Thrun and the Stanford Racing Team won the DARPA “Grand Challenge” by having their prototypical autonomous car “Stanley” complete a 150-mile route through the Mojave Desert with in the fastest time. Their success provided the foundation for a company today known as Udacity. Whe...
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Combatting Discrimination/ Bias: Panel in Brantford featuring Mary Ng: If you’re in the Brantford area on Sunday Oct 15, and want to attend an interesting political and social discussion, consider coming Sunday Oct 15 to the Islamic Community Centre at 1pm to a panel discussing how to combat discrimination and implicit bias. Sponsored by the local Brantford-Brant Wo...
Autumn Politics -provincial and federal: It’s been a while since I posted. Consider it as me taking a summer break – just like what the politicians do :). But, with Labour Day weekend here, things should start to pick up again. That doesn’t mean nothing has happened of course. Some things that have happened and of note (to me anyhow): –...
The Khadr file – justice finally served: As a long time follower of this case and someone who decried a couple of different Canadian governments refusing to speak up about the farce taking place at Guanatanamo Bay masquerading as actual legal proceedings, and ignoring both the Charte and international treaties with regards to child sold...
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Eating up the Hill: Lasagna at Cafe Colonade: It's my own fault, really. Cafe Colonade is renowned for having some of the best pizza in Ottawa. So when I found myself there for dinner a little while back, I had to go and order the lasagna.You have to be in the mood for pizza. I just wasn't in a pizza mood that night. And while I don't often ...
Eating up the Hill: A hike to Hintonburger: I don't try to be negative when I do these reviews. I'm generally a pretty easy person to please, cuisine wise. But as I catch up on my food blogging, it seems I had a number of underwhelming meals in a row this summer. Today's entry is an unnecessarily pricey Hintonburger.During my stay-cation t...
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Governor-General, apologize: One month into her new job as Canada’s Governor General, Julie Payette is taking on fake news and bogus science.Payette was the keynote speaker at the ninth annual Canadian Science Policy Convention in Ottawa Wednesday night where she urged her friends and former colleagues to take responsibility...
Some thoughts on Naheed Nenshi's 3rd term win: Tonight's municipal elections in Alberta, which featured both excitement and utter boredom, also have some lessons in store for the various political parties out in Alberta and beyond.It's pretty obvious that the race between Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi and main rival Bill Smith was a chance for ...
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Canada is playing Russian Roulette in the Arctic: In the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Georgia in 2008, Prime Minister Medvedev articulated a new Russian foreign Russian Nuclear Icebreaker policy doctrine with stunning implications. The phrase that caught international attention was Medvedev’s statement that Russia enjoyed a “Sphere of Pri...
Arseny Yatsenyuk and the Ukraine’s ‘End Game’: Foxy Yatsenyuk could be a Ukrainian Hero I have started innumerable draft posts about Ukraine over the past few weeks, but there was little room for anything but speculation. The tensions and factors underlying the ‘Crimean Crisis’ were pretty clear to see, but the interplay was too fast, and R...
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A Tale of Two Flags: Despite our nation’s love of Tim Hortons coffee and the game of hockey, or the frequency with which national animals such as caribou, beavers, or loons appear on our coinage, there is one Canadian symbol that outdoes all others in the level of recognition it finds around the globe: the Canadian n...

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