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FIPA coming down the pipeline ...
... and, as the Vancouver Observer's Jenny Uechi points out, it should raise many red flags. For example, because there wasn't consultation with First Nations the Canada-China trade deal might be unconstitutional. [read more]
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Sound Familiar?
The current decline of the United States from global economic hegemon re-enacts the same path that brought low the previous dominant economies of Spain, the Netherlands and Great Britain.  Here's a brief account of what happened to Spain from Le Monde. [read more]
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What happens if a leader sucks? America is learning the hard way!
Barack Obama, the nations Commander-in-Chief, is out of his league and too concerned with playing politics to make the decisions necessary for keeping the United States safe! [read more]
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140 Law - Legal Headlines for Friday, September 12, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Friday, September 12, 2014: “Former intern drops lawsuit against David Letterman” Manicure, spa and tattoo health violations disclosed Oscar Pistorius found not guilty of murder but verdict still pending on culpable homicide Ottawa man whose car virtually disappeared down a highway sinkhole suing city for half-a-million dollarsAn Employment Law Puzzle: On Condonation, Pay Cuts, Consideration, and Waivers Part of Harper gover ... [read more]
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If you pass this bill, I'm going to make you forget about Mike Duffy
Terri-Jean Bedford [read more]
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Actually making the carbon tax revenue neutral could fund a fair education settlement
As the teachers’ strike continues, the BC Liberals have turned to an old stand-by: fear-mongering that they will have to raise taxes if they are to fund a settlement that includes key demands like class size and composition limits. Ignore … Continue reading → [read more]
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Olivia Chow loses when the race is about Rob Ford
On paper, the Toronto Mayoral race should be a cakewalk for the NDP's Olivia Chow. Consider, it is down to two conservatives who will split votes on the right and a single progressive on the left, from a city who has previously had the political makeup to elect NDP candidates like David Miller. Indeed, part of the failure of the left in the 2010 race was because of vote splitting on the left that not only won't hurt the left, it now hurts the right.  [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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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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