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What’s the risk? Climate activism aiming at supply and demand
One way to think about climate activism is to see if it focuses on the supply of or demand for fossil fuels – pipelines or cars, hydrocarbons or carbon emissions. This distinction is not a new one, is doubtless very … Continue reading → [read more]
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140 Law - Legal Headlines for Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Wednesday, April 23, 2014:  The Legal Status Of Lab RatsForced Arbitration Is Cuckoo For Cocoa Puffs  Unfortunately named Spanish town of ‘Kill Jews’ to vote on name changeSCC rejects feds' cap on custody credit  FEDERAL JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCEDHurricane Carter Dies, but His Message against Wrongful Convictions Lives GM asks bankruptcy court for protection from ignition claims - Toronto Star Some emails in Duffy spend ... [read more]
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Do you want to kick someones ass? (Video)
Then why not do it for charity! [read more]
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Edward Snowden's every move still strikes controversy
With Edward Snowden's major contribution to history - the leaking of the NSA documents that shed significant light on what our governments are doing - now well over and done with, you might think we would be focusing on the revelations themselves, and that little if any attention would need to be given to the whistle-blower himself. Alas, as has been something of a pattern, this is not the case.  [read more]
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British Treasury teams up with “private” credit rating companies
Private ratings agencies are now part of the Treasury department with access to tax data about businesses that would otherwise be confidential. [read more]
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Free Speech
further brilliance available at http://xkcd.com Tweet The Rev. Paperboy Feed [read more]
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Let it die, Jim.
Jim Prentice has intimated to multiple individuals that he is considering a run for the leadership of Alberta’s 44-year-old governing party, the Conservatives. If you’ve read this blog you know very well that this blogger thinks that the Conservatives ought to pack it in and fold the party. Forty-five years is a good run. It doesn’t get […] [read more]
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Review: Liberal Ad Not a Wynne
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she doesn't like political attack ads, which is why, I suppose, her own political attack ad is so terrible. [read more]
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The Beer Store Takes Pot Shots at Ontario
Is it really in Ontario’s best interest to hand a monopoly (and the vast fortune associated with it) over to a consortium of foreign businesses so that they can lie to us and treat us like idiots? I’m guessing most residents of the province would say no, but, of course, they would be wrong. Ontario [...] [read more]
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Jim Flaherty, RIP
Jim Flaherty, Canada's 37th Finance Minister. [read more]
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