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NATO's New Legion - Is Canada In?
NATO is organizing a 10,000 strong "expeditionary force" with an eye clearly on the Ukraine. [read more]
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Talking Politics: An unnecessary business risk?
Should politics always be left out of a business conversation? [read more]
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The lament for Canada’s middle class
I’ve been posting more sparsely lately for a number of external reasons but this should change soon I hope. For now, here is the first major piece I wrote for Ricochet. In some ways, it’s the obligatory piece on Thomas Piketty’s Capital … Continue reading → [read more]
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 Wrong does not cease to be wrong because the Majority share in it. – Leo Tolstoy If history repeats itself, and the unexpected always happens, how incapable must man be of learning from experience. – George Bernard Shaw Avoid revolution or expect to get shot. Mother and I will grieve, but we will gladly buy […] [read more]
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Danielle Takacs is the Liberal candidate for Brantford-Brant
It was great to join over 100 Liberals on Thursday evening as my friend Danielle Takacs was nominated as the Liberal Party of Canada candidate in her hometown of Brantford. There was a palpable energy in the room, and a sense that with hope and hard work anything is possible in 2015. [read more]
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140 Law is Taking a Break
We will be taking a short hiatus from 140 Law, in furtherance of that elusive work-life balance thing we keep hearing so much about (not to mention the domestic bliss that will undoubtedly emerge as I spend a bit less time with my nose buried in my iPad while on vacation). [read more]
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Making Winnipeg proud ...
... with Winnipeggers winning two thirds of Truth Mashup's prestigious Douchebag of the Week awards on August 11. These great honours ensured Toronto wasn't alone in the class of "Canadian mayoral races filled with assholery". [read more]
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The Minimum Wage from first principles
The minimum wage, like most government policies, is first and foremost a form of wealth distribution. There are winners and losers from the distribution. The biggest group of winners is the obvious one: low wage workers who now get paid more. Raising the wage floor also raises wages somewhat for workers above the bottom as employers needs to differentiate on wages to attract higher valued workers. [read more]
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Transportation sector key to reducing GHG emissions in Ontario: ECO
GETTING SERIOUS about tackling greenhouse gases has to start with dramatically cutting emissions from Ontario’s transportation sector, the province’s environmental watchdog warned recently. In releasing his latest update on efforts to curb climate change-inducing emissions in Ontario, Environmental Commissioner Gord Miller told reporters at Queen’s Park the biggest sector emitter of greenhouse gases has witnessed … Continue reading → [read more]
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Summertime and the Living is Easy in Vancouver
Folks who live in Vancouver tend to be here because of the lifestyle. That’s why I’m here. Hope you’re having a nice summer too, people. [read more]
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