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140 Law - Legal Headlines for Monday, July 28, 2014
 Here are the leading legal headlines for Monday, July 28, 2014 from Wise Law on Twitter:  Lawyers Should Be Aware of iPhone Vulnerabilities  Ontario Justices of the Peace should have a law degree: Editorial - Toronto Star Florida police seek vehicle in shooting death of Toronto-born lawyer  Man charged for alleged security threat on Sunwing flight released on $1,000 bail after Brampton hearingJudge Overturns D.C. Ban on Guns in Public Federal judge throws out DC ban on handguns as unconsti ... [read more]
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Hillary: Seven Posters and Cartoons that could make you pine for Obama after 2016!
Just kidding! Each in their own special way is a country killer and the last thing the US needs in 2016 after eight Obama years would be four years of a Hillary administration! [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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Harper CONs campaigning over dead bodies
Israeli Defense Force attacks against Gaza - over Hamas rocket fire - are making headlines here in Canada. This is rightly so as it's a tremendously important situation - especially given the one-sided approach the Canadian Government is taking on the international stage. [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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Paths old and new: beyond the tar sands
This is an expansion of my last piece on the tar sands. The expanded form was republished as a Bullet at Socialist Project. I’ve decided to post the new bits here as they can stand alone. On a path to nowhere … Continue reading → [read more]
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The Alberta Liberals’ Biggest Gamble Yet
In life, and in politics, risk normally matches reward. And the Alberta Liberals are throwing a die so far, so long, that it overshadows any risk the party has ever taken on before. And the reward may in fact be massive if all goes well. Today Kent Hehr announced his run for Member of Parliament by […] [read more]
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Reflections On Canada Day And A New Approach To Pipeline Development
As part of my annual Reflections On Canada Day, I have written a new article at Vive Le Canada about Canadian history and how it has shaped, and continues to shape, Canadian issues today. I have also written an article in my local newspaper discussing how the fallout over the Northern Gateway pipeline shows that [...] [read more]
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I'm running for LPC(O) vice-president communications
I am excited to announce I have decided to seek the position of vice-president, communications of the Liberal Party of Canada (Ontario). [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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