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Conservative Pandering to the Alt-Right: A poll released earlier today says that about a quarter of those Canadians polled want a Donald Trump (attempted) type travel ban. This is who a large segment of the current Conservative Party leadership crop is pandering to. It’s why they endorsed an Anti-Islamaphobia motion by Tom Mulcair last ...
Electoral Reform abandonment potentially hurts LPC donations, volunteers: I’m going out on a limb to presume Electoral Reform will not be in the Liberal’s 2019 Platform? It is a bitter disappointment to not only the pro-electoral reform advocates in general, but to pro-electoral reform advocates within the Liberal Party (ie such as me, and to others in the Party that g...
Kudos to Trudeau for welcoming refugees.. now let’s do (a lot) more.: Lots of attention was paid to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeting out how refugees were welcome in Canada – many interpreted this to be a subtle jab at the odious Muslim / Refugees ban President Donald Trump imposed by Executive Order (except the Muslim countries he has business dealings with ...
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On Affordable Housing:   “Nearly 130 properties managed by Capital Region Housing are under scrutiny after a broken furnace leaked and sent a family of six to hospital with symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning. ‘This occurring is quite rare,’ said Greg Dewling, executive director of Capital Region Housing. The family ...
On Public Education in Alberta: So let’s be clear: if a provincial legislature passes a Law – until such time as it is ruled unconstitutional by the relevant Court of Law – it is the responsibility of the Crown to enforce that Law. This is a simple and important principle in our system. In a country which is ruled by Laws, Laws...
The Words of Sir Wilfred Laurier: ​We have no absolute rights among us. The rights of each man, in our state of society, end precisely at the point where they encroach upon the rights of others.
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Eating up the Hill: Finally a brunch that's more lunch than breakfast: As faithful readers will know, I'm a regular at the Parliamentary Restaurant's now near-weekly (they need the revenue, I think) open to the masses Friday buffet brunches. And if I have one regular complaint, it's that these brunches are often more breakfast than lunch. And for me, that's an issue...
Eating Up the Hill: The #AlternativeFacts Taste of British Columbia at the Parliamentary Restaurant : Every couple of Fridays, The Parliamentary Restaurant allows the unwashed staffer masses inside for a buffet. And when I heard that last Friday's buffet menu was "Flavours of Canada: British Columbia" I, as a BCer, was obligated to make the trek up the Hill.This is the second in what I surmise wi...
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"Do you think Kellie Leitch should have her own party?": Such were the words of the illustrious Prime Minister of Canada and erstwhile leader of my Liberal Party, defending his government's failure to move on the electoral reform file from an upset constituent.It's probably one of the most inane, cynical, and downright silly things PMJT has ever said -...
Campaign Research Ontario Poll: 50% PC, 28% OLP #onpoli: Campaign Research, a Toronto outfit in part run by the now-infamous Nick Kouvalis and current Ontario PC President Richard Ciano, put out a poll showing the Ontario Tories ahead at 50% support, a huge number.Now, is this result out of the norm? Not necessarily, given that the PCs are known to hav...
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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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