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Harvey Weinstein’s Lessons in Media Literacy (in Culture): Long delay in exposing abuses shows industry’s power over newsrooms.
NDP Sticking With ‘Bizarre’ First-Time Homebuyer Program For Now (in News): Fate of BC Liberal program will be decided as part of broad housing strategy says minister.  Related Stories Vote’s in the Mail: Elections Referendum Coming Fall 2018 (in News) Bill Tightens Lobbying Rules for Political Insiders (in News) BC’s ‘Wild West’ Political Fundraising Ends (in News)
VIDEO: Heiltsuk Describe Legacy of Last Year’s Spill (in News): Concerns remain about consequences for future generations.
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In pragmatic move, Premier Rachel Notley appoints former Tory minister from Calgary to infrastructure portfolio: David J. Climenhaga While tout le monde political Alberta was focusing on the province-wide municipal elections Monday, no one noticed NDP Premier Rachel Notley was busy cooking up a small cabinet shuffle. Actually, shuffle is too grand a word. What got announced by the premier on Tuesday was to...
The return of nuclear nightmares: Political Action Politics in Canada Technology US Politics The first age of nuclear nightmares came in the 1950s and 1960s. They chiefly afflicted the young. Their parents had experienced nuclear realities by way of bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. That was part of a war, and ended it. It was ...
Bill 62 is now Law 62. What will happen to women on Quebec streets as they go about their lives?: October 20, 2017 Anti-Racism Civil Liberties Watch Politics in Canada Quebec's face-covering ban encourages bigotrySome political leaders have condemned Quebec’s Law 62 as a violation of human rights; others not. Justin Trudeau has been circumspect, while Jagmeet Singh and the Ontario legislature...
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U.S. hasn’t done analysis on what happens if free trade treaty ends: WASHINGTON — American policy-makers admit they have not worked to analyze the economic impact of the end of the North American Free Trade Agreement, even as President Donald Trump threatens to cancel the agreement. That absence of research applies to both elected branches of the U.S. government: ...
Feds say police cannabis testing ongoing, rules on edibles in place in one year: EDMONTON — Canada’s health minister says pilot projects have begun on roadside police testing for marijuana, and the plan is to have rules in place for edible cannabis around July 2019. “Our priority right now is to ensure that we can legalize cannabis by July 2018,” Ginette Petitpas Taylor said ...
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No time for neutrality in responding to Couillard’s xenophobic Bill 62: With a provincial election due next year, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that Quebec’s Liberal government has resorted to ugly wedge politics around issues of religious identity. The Harper Conservatives tried it with their niqab ban at...
A closer look at Jason’s Kenney ‘guarantee’ to Albertans: At the beginning of the leadership race for Alberta’s United Conservative Party, Jason Kenney issued a “Grassroots Guarantee” that he would not impose policy directions on the new party. Instead, he laid out a plan for how the members of the party wo...
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Justin Trudeau and the Sunny Ways Government Who Really Represents Canadians?: With the Trudeau II government moving forward with its changes to Canada’s tax code and the public backlash against changes to the private corporation tax ......Read More The post Justin Trudeau and the Sunny Ways Government Who Really Represents Canadians? appeared first on .
Edmonton attacker Abdulahi Hasan Sharif released under Obama’s lax credible fear policy: Earlier this week I detailed the likely effect of the Obama administration’s lax “credible fear” policies on the release of Abdulahi Hasan Sharif, a Somali ......Read More The post Edmonton attacker Abdulahi Hasan Sharif released under Obama’s lax credible fear policy appeared first on .
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Un argument anti-fusion en forme de cul de sac: La nature du débat qui prend forme à Option nationale était à prévoir. Denis Monière, professeur retraité de l’Université de Montréal et président de la commission politique d’Option nationale, publiait il y a quelques jours un commentaire critique s...
Propagande haineuse à l’ère de l’extrême-droite: En janvier dernier, le Québec s’est réveillé devant le résultat clair de la violence engendrée par un climat d’intolérance et de racisme à la grande mosquée de Québec. Nombreux sont d’ailleurs les commentateurs aux tendances islamophobes et les regro...
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I love America: Ezra Levant’s renunciation of the alt-right (a popular activity at the moment) has been predictably scorned as disingenuous, but one passage struck me as entirely believable: “When I first heard of the alt-right a year ago, I thought it simply meant the insurgent right, the politically incorrect...
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Yes, Change is Hard and Requires Math, That is Why We Elected You: So it seems that the response about the electoral reform committee (EMME) process is that there are lots of committed, organized, focused, passionate people who want to make this country better, speaking for the importance of changing our voting system to one that assigns seats in proportion to t...
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CELEBRATING RIGHT TO KNOW WEEK: A panel discussion during Right to Know Week will take place at Carleton University later this month. (Photograph by nismonick) I’m excited to announce I’ll be speaking at my alma mater for an event celebrating Right to Know Week. On Sept. 26, Carleton University and the Office of the Informati...
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Teaching Digital at the Kennedy School of Government: Part 6: Bringing it Together: Okay, so to recap, here at the Kennedy School of Government I’m interested in the social, economic and policy changes brought about by the way digital technologies expand or threaten how we can solve problems, relate to one another, and reimagine institutions and the world. We have a range of stu...

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