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Still here! (Sorta): Its been awhile since I posted something here.. so I felt the need to add a blog entry to indicate I’m still alive. (If you read my twitter account at the right sidebar, you’ll see I am indeed around still). Lots of things have happened in a couple of months. We have Doug Ford and his governm...
The Liberal Party has bungled SNC-Lavalin terribly.: I can’t say I agree with much of my Liberal social media/blogger colleagues who are thinking this is a great thing that former Cabinet Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott got booted over their dissent as to how SNC Lavalin was being handled and the pressure being sent JWR’s way to gi...
Checking in on the US Democratic contenders for President: So it’s getting to that time where everyone is declaring they’re running for president in the US – the election of course is in November 2020… and politics always is in overdrive south of the border – but even more-so with the tumultuous election and reign of Donald Trump.  The fact there are so ...
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The Need and Will to Change: The Lessons Alberta can learn from Cape Breton and Research in Motion: In 1997, Apple was a company that was on the verge of bankruptcy.  It was not Palm. It was not Research in Motion. While, Steve Jobs had returned to them and they were going to get an investment from Microsoft, Apple was seen as yesteryear’s company: one that should have been put out of its miser...
The Day After: the Argument for a Third Party in Alberta and a call for its Big Idea: For me, Jason Kenney’s victory is something new and novel to Alberta. Think about it this way, from 1935 to 2008, Alberta had always had a variety of conservative parties. When Social Credit was in power, they had to fend off the Progressive Conservatives. For the Progressive Conservative Party o...
In defence of Alberta, Decarbonisation and an Intelligent Transition to a Different Future: Many good-willed environmentalists have made the argument that Alberta would be better if it left all of its bitumen in the ground. One of them replied to my last post. His name is Bill Malcolm. When it came to my notion that politicians should try to provide the most benefit to the most people, ...
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Eating up the Hill: Going down the Rabbit Hole: There are a handful of pubs on Sparks Street opposite my office building and, frankly, none of them stand out. There is a newish player on the block though as the Farmteam Cookhouse and Cellar closed awhile back and, after a lengthy renovation, the Rabbit Hole opened in its place. I've been there...
Eating up the Hill: The Buffet is back, but no, not really at all, actually: Like most Hill dwellers, I was a big fan of the semi-weekly Friday buffets at the old Parliamentary Dining Room in Centre Block. A long table filled with sumptuous salads, meaty entrees, and sinfully sweet deserts, all for an affordable $20 or so. So I was sad to break the news some months back ...
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Alberta 2019:
Why I'm joining the Green Party of Canada: Last night, I made one of the hardest decisions in my life. I made the choice to leave the Liberal Party, and will join with the Greens for the October 2019 election.That statement alone has a lot of privilege within it, which I recognize - there are a lot worse things in life to deal with than s...
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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 ...
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, a...
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50 Meals to Fight Back Against Ford: Today I made a donation to the Daily Bread Food Bank. And I??ll tell you why. When I first got involved in politics, I thought political service should go hand-in-hand with community service. While a lot of good can come from government, you don??t have to be in government to make a real differ...
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 Can...

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