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When Trudeau's refugee tweets become a 'slap in the face': April 26, 2017When Trudeau's refugee tweets become a 'slap in the face' Every time Ottawa-based Syrian refugee Dima Siam sees Prime Minister Justin Trudeau saying refugees are welcome in Canada, she says, "I feel as if someone despises me and slapped me on the face."
When Trudeau's refugee tweets become a 'slap in the face' : Civil Liberties Watch Politics in Canada Every time Ottawa-based Syrian refugee Dima Siam sees Prime Minister Justin Trudeau saying refugees are welcome in Canada, she says, "I feel as if someone despises me and slapped me on the face." Siam, whose husband and four children are Canadian, survi...
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Adult Education Cuts a ‘Social Justice Crisis’ (in News): Critics say proposal to close Vancouver centres latest move to reduce access to education; NDP and Greens vow to restore funding.  Related StoriesBC's School Funding Formula Broken, Say Trustees, Parents (in News)
BC Watchdog Publishes Ebook Detailing Political Donation Gravy Train (in News): Where do those tens of millions in donations to BC Liberals come from? Dermod Travis sheds some light.  Related Stories A Citizen Takes on BC’s ‘Wild West’ Campaign Financing (in News) BC Liberals Return $174,000 in Illegal Donations (in News) Construction Firm, Also a Liberal Donor, Not Adequate...
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With O’Leary gone, final Tory leadership debate focuses on Bernier: The sudden exit of Kevin O’Leary from the Conservative party leadership race Wednesday afternoon shifted attention in the evening to the man he endorsed on his way out the door — Maxime Bernier, the candidate O’Leary has determined has the “best chance of beating Trudeau”, and now the race’s indi...
Methane regs won’t start until 2020 despite new report: Ottawa won’t revisit delaying cuts to a troublesome greenhouse gas despite a report published today that claimed its emissions could be much worse than previously thought. Methane emissions were supposed to be the low-hanging fruit of a joint North American drive to slash greenhouse gas (GHG) emi...
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Canada drops in world press freedom rankings: Canada faces a worsening situation when it comes to freedom of the press, dropping four spots to 22nd position in global rankings compiled by Reporters Without Borders.
Why does Montreal insist on reviving the cruel tradition of the rodeo?: Since the announcement of an urban rodeo as part of the activities planned for Montreal’s 375th anniversary this summer, many local residents have vacillated between confusion and anger. Confusion, because a rodeo has nothing to do with the history o...
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Canada’s Banks and Chief Executive Officer Compensation: The Great Canadian Banking sector has been in the news rather regularly over the past few weeks with stories about outsourcing jobs to overseas nations, ......Read More The post Canada’s Banks and Chief Executive Officer Compensation appeared first on .
McDonald’s Canada Hack Leaves 95,000 Job Seekers’ Affected: McDonald’s Canada revealed in a press release on Friday that their website for collecting information from potential applicants was recently hacked. According to the press ......Read More The post McDonald’s Canada Hack Leaves 95,000 Job Seekers’ Affected appeared first on .
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Quand la Russie tente d'interférer: Après des ingérences dans le processus électoral américain en novembre, les élections allemande et française pourraient être visées par le Kremlin notamment par la manipulation de l’information, selon deux experts.
Qui paie les frais du gaspillage alimentaire au Québec?: 2500 tonnes. C'est la quantité de denrées, incluant de la viande, que Moisson Montréal a réussi à redonner aux plus démuni-es depuis 2013 avec son programme de récupération en supermarchés. Imaginez toute cette nourriture qui aurait pris la direction...
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Charles Krauthammer, Fox Panellist, Jokes He Still Isn't Over The War Of 1812: A Washington Post columnist joked that after insulting most of its friends, it's about time the U.S. started a fight with Canada. "I think after having insulted Australia, South Korea, Japan, Mexico and just about every one of our friends, it's about time that we hit Canada," Charles Krauthammer...
Stephen Colbert Hilariously Mocks The U.S.-Canada Trade War: A beaver gag prompted Canada's minister of natural resources to respond to Stephen Colbert after the late night host had glorious time mocking the U.S.-Canada lumber dispute. "Every day, tensions are rising between the United States and our sworn enemy ... Canada," Colbert joked in his opening mo...
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How to be controversial in Canada and not lose your job: Prominent pundits across Canada are writing all sorts of stern, thoughtful pieces about Dr. Andrew Potter of the University of McGill at the moment. On March 20, Potter wrote an article for Maclean’s magazine that criticized Quebec society. It generated a backlash from Quebecers, including the pr...
Fun Quiz! Match the Andrew Coyne Spluttering With the Budget: The following are quotes Andrew Coyne has used to describe the eight federal budgets released between 2010 and 2017. Can you match the splutter with the year? “the budget is bloated, cynical, dirigiste and incoherent” “so innocuous, so inoffensive, so utterly inconsequential” “almost universally...
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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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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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