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Is your university moving to a top-down, corporate structure? Chances are it's reading from this playbook.: The book is by Robert C. Dickeson and it's become a favourite of university administrators. Here's how to fight it. Canadian universities shifting to top-down, corporate governance are literally all reading from the same playbook
WATCH: Art Manuel on the struggle for Indigenous rights and sovereignty : Is this show currently playing? January 17, 2017 Art Manuel speaks with Democracy Now! journalist Amy Goodman about the struggle for Indigenous...
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BC’s Rural School Strategy Off to a Rocky Start (in News): ‘I want to know what the purpose of this is,’ says skeptical Kootenay Lake district chair.  Related Stories 'Devastating' Cuts Recommended for Vancouver Schools: Board Chair (in News) BC Liberals Disclose Donors Early, NDP Dismisses It as Gimmick (in News) Court Review of Clark’s Conflict of Inte...
Young, Homeless, and at Risk in BC’s Interior (in News): In Kamloops, a window on ‘hidden’ struggles of youths who have no place to call home. Part of a reader-funded series.  Related Stories Support for Youth ‘Aging Out’ of Care Could Save $200 Million a Year: Report (in News) ‘If They Do It Properly,’ Coastal Youth Could Support Megaprojects (in News...
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Evening Brief: Tuesday, January 17, 2017: Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by iPoliticsLIVE. Don’t miss your opportunity to join a free iPoliticsLive next Tuesday at the TMX Broadcast Centre in Toronto as the Canadian Chamber of Commerce releases its annual Crystal Ball Report looking at the economic and political outlook for 20...
Trudeau’s foreign media coverage turns negative over ethics probe: Once a darling of the international press, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is starting to get a rougher ride from foreign media over his recent ethics troubles. The New York Times ran a piece Monday on Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson’s decision to launch an investigation of...
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Remembering Arthur Manuel, irreplaceable advocate for Indigenous rights: Members of the Secwepemc Nation, Indigenous leaders, colleagues, and friends from across Canada came together at the community centre of the Adams Lake Indian Band in Chase, B.C., this weekend to honour the memory of a revered Indigenous leader and a...
Media miss the real story of Canada’s new military deployments in Africa: The media’s foreign affairs motto often seems to be ignorance is bliss. The Toronto Star, for instance, has devoted significant attention to the Trudeau government’s plan to dispatch 600 soldiers to Africa, but has largely ignored the most relevant i...
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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...
Don’t Throw Away Our Shot: For the first time, we find ourselves not as a reflection of another power. Our politics is not a derivation of Westminster or Washington anymore. Our politics is specific to us, not a derivation from a distant metropolis. — “Canada in the Age of Donald Trump” — Stephen Marche, The Walrus Hello P...
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Suspect in Custody after School, Town Hall, RCMP Office Set Ablaze in N.L.: Police has confirmed to have taken one suspect in custody after several key buildings in a small community on Newfoundland’s south coast, Milltown-Head of Bay ......Read MoreThe post Suspect in Custody after School, Town Hall, RCMP Office Set Ablaze in N.L. appeared first on .
Mirvish Village joins a history of lost neighbourhoods in Toronto: With Honest Ed’s officially closed, the days are numbered for the tiny neighbourhood that bears the name of its founder. Mirvish Village tenants have until ......Read MoreThe post Mirvish Village joins a history of lost neighbourhoods in Toronto appeared first on .
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«Nous ne sommes pas des poissons» : 50 personnes répliquent à Christian Rioux: L’histoire se répète dans les médias. Il y a un an, Louis Morissette, après avoir été «obligé» d’embaucher un Noir pour ne pas avoir à perpétuer la pratique raciste du blackface au Bye-Bye, comparait les personnes qui promeuvent la diversité ethnique...
Pourquoi commémorer le séisme en Haïti?: Sept ans se sont écoulés depuis que la terre a tremblé en Haïti, causant la mort de plus de 230 000 personnes le 12 janvier 2010. Alors que les blessures sont toujours aussi vives pour des milliers de victimes, trois figures de la communauté haïtienn...
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Liebleinsanity Ep. 5: Josh Lieblein pokes fun at the state of political journalism in Canada. The post Liebleinsanity Ep. 5 appeared first on Loonie Politics.
Bipartisanship is not a Canadian value: Last week in what was calculated to appear as a conciliatory gesture, NDP democratic reform critic Nathan Cullen put out a press release offering to “co-draft” the electoral reform bill with new minister Karina Gould, in what he termed as the “spirit of bipartisanship.”  His whole release shou...
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Tory Leadership Hopefuls Put Their French Skills On Display At Debate: QUEBEC — The French-language Conservative leadership debate is underway in Quebec City with all 13 hopefuls trying to cement their credentials ahead of the vote in May. Each of the 13 read a 30-second opening statement with varying degrees of proficiency in French.Leadership candidate Steven Blan...
Kevin O'Leary Expected To Join Tory Leadership Race After French Debate: OTTAWA — Kevin O'Leary says there are all sorts of rumours swirling about when he will join the Conservative leadership race. But he's refusing to comment on the latest one: that he'll finally launch his campaign Wednesday afternoon in Toronto.Kevin O'Leary speaks onstage on Dec. 8, 2016 in Bosto...
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My favorite articles from 2016: In case you missed them the first time around, here are five things I wrote in 2016 that I am particularly proud of: Why the global populist wave hasn’t hit Canada, Dec. 11, Washington Post Our new homophobia, Jun. 13, jjmccullough.com It will take more than money and politics to heal aboriginal ...
No one is getting electoral reform because no one really wants it: You are going to read very little accurate commentary on the final report from the House Special Committee on Electoral Reform simply because so many powerful and influential people are deeply vested in denial. We saw a preview of this in the House of Commons the other day with Democratic Institu...
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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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Government, Digital Services & IT Procurement Reform: Next semester I’ll be teaching a course on why healthcare.gov initially turned into a disaster. Why? Because sadly, the failure of healthcare.gov was not special. Conservative estimates suggest over half of all IT projects are not completed on time or on budget. Others suggest the numbers are hig...

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