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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...
The Political BBQ Season begins: Parliament is now in summer recess.. so MP’s will be able to go home for awhile and spend time with their families and constituents.. kissing babies, going to BBQ’s and so forth. That doesn’t mean there won’t be any political activity. It is a fascinating bit of political theatre going on out in...
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Let’s Avoid the Ire of Future Albertans: The Second Part of my new Vision for Alberta: Sometimes, I wonder what the next generation might say about our present political leadership. They would note that in some ways the economies of Ontario, Alberta and BC aren’t that different from each other because they are all exporting economies. The difference, of course, lies in what they ex...
On Alberta’s Future: A Vision for a new Alberta (Part One): Martin Luther King, Jr once said: “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice”. Increasingly, though, I have come to disagree with this notion, as I educated myself. In reading and learning more on the histories of the world, it is obvious to see that it is the actions of ...
Yup, I’m an Alberta Liberal and I have difficulty with the ALP proposal to change the Alberta Human Rights Act and Commission: I have recently heard the phrase the “Politics of Thoughtfulness” and I have fallen in love with it. Since I was nineteen, my political compass has been driven by an emotion and the phrase “Politics of Thoughtfulness” describes it to a “T”. It is why I joined the Liberal Party of Canada and why, ...
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Eating up the Hill: Pizza Hut Lunch Buffet: Not every Pizza Hut offers the all-you-can-eat lunch buffet. But those that do are magnificent. Luckily, the one in Ottawa on Bank Street, south of Walkley is about a 20-minute bus ride away so I don't visit too often. Otherwise, it could be dangerous.I did make a mid-week visit during my staycat...
Eating up the Hill: Chicken Tandoori Kabob at Afghani Kabob Express: I was first introduced to the cuisine of Afghanistan during the last nomination cycle, as an Afghan restaurant in Scarborough became one of our regular post-canvass meal destinations. I enjoyed it and, since I moved to Ottawa, Afghani Kabob Express at Bank and Lisgar has been a regular dinner sto...
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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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