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“Sunny Days”. Sleazy Sell-Out. Part Two
Contributed by Robin Mathews on Thursday, April 14 at 18:20 (2,208 reads)
The COMER (Committee On Monetary And Economic Reform) case against against the Canadian government concerning the alleged misuse of The Bank of Canada is dramatic, complex, and globally important.
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“Sunny Days”. Sleazy Sell-Out. PART ONE.
Contributed by Robin Mathews on Thursday, April 07 at 17:20 (2,275 reads)
The arrival of a new, fresh-faced federal government has won back democratic hope in Canada. But is deep trouble lurking just beneath the surface of our political life
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Renaming Will Not Lead To Reconciliation
Contributed by JaredMilne on Thursday, March 24 at 18:36 (938 reads)
Several years ago, the St. Albert Gazette ran a letter from a resident who said that the statue of Father Albert Lacombe erected outside the St. Albert Catholic Parish Church should be taken down. He argued that it represented a colonial past when St. Albert was a “staunch, white Catholic bastion”, and that it was insensitive to the Aboriginal peoples and other minorities who lived and still live in St. Albert. I replied that St. Albert was never a white bastion to begin with, as it was founded by Father Lacombe and 20 Metis Aboriginal families.
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The Global Reach, Part Five, Canada. The Colonial Curse
Contributed by Robin Mathews on Thursday, March 24 at 18:34 (803 reads)
Since 1944 the trajectory of global development has been away from co-operatively interacting'united nations'toward increasingly globalized despotism and war planned and carried out by the U.S.A.
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Seeing The U.S.A.
Contributed by Robin Mathews on Thursday, March 10 at 18:33 (1,114 reads)
Canada has been pushed and pushed in every way to become a colony of the U.S.A. The fight for survival is now on ....
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The New Global Battle For
Contributed by Robin Mathews on Sunday, February 07 at 00:42 (1,001 reads)
The erasure of "Left" and "Right" in our world has created a new global form of struggle to liberate "democracies" into power.
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Reporting on an Opposition Party in the B.C. Legislature is the result of an Optical Illusion. No Opposition Party has been present for more than a decade.
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Canada: The Colonial Curse. Part One
Contributed by Robin Mathews on Sunday, February 07 at 00:42 (747 reads)
"Culture" which seems 'out there' is, in fact, the voice of the community.And so - in a colony - it has to be controlled. That's why, in Canada, "Culture" is the canary in the coal mine of our colonial life.
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Now ... Let Us All Savage Mike Duffy
Contributed by Robin Mathews on Sunday, February 07 at 00:41 (874 reads)
Mike Duffy may well be poster-boy for Conservative misdeeds from 2006 to 2015. His 'limelight' trial - just winding up - looks about as fake as a trial can look.
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Where Power Really Lies In Climate Change
Contributed by Robin Mathews on Sunday, February 07 at 00:41 (758 reads)
In all the brouhaha from the Paris Environmental negotiations, the main issue was avoided ....
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Keeping The Support Of Old Voters While Winning New Ones
Contributed by JaredMilne on Thursday, December 10 at 17:07 (1,156 reads)

It’s been about a month since the federal election that made Justin Trudeau prime minister. The election results illustrate both sides of the challenge that political parties face at election control-the need to motivate the party’s base, while also getting undecided “swing” voters to support them.

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How Do We Protect The Rights And Lives Of All Canadians?
Contributed by JaredMilne on Tuesday, December 01 at 16:59 (973 reads)

The issues of women wearing the niqab at citizenship ceremonies became a heated issue in the recent federal election. Some critics say that the niqab is a symbol of female oppression and has nothing to do with Islam. Some of the women who want to publicly wear the niqab, such as Zunera Ishaq and Aysha Luqman-Pandor, say that they choose to wear the niqab as a personal expression of their identity and devotion to the Muslim faith.

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Justice In Chains. Jessica Ernst And Slick Water
Contributed by Robin Mathews on Wednesday, November 18 at 16:35 (1,105 reads)

Jessica Ernst is fighting against Encana Corporation and the Alberta (energy) Regulator for huge alleged violations of law and duty.  Andrew Nikiforuk catches the mood - and details - of the contest as well as the impaired state of justice in Canada.  Read his new book: Slick Water.

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The Enemies Of Democracy In Canada
Contributed by Robin Mathews on Wednesday, November 18 at 16:35 (1,127 reads)

The move from 'Progressive Conservatism' in Canada to 'Far Right Reaction' threatens democracy as Canadians know and live it.  The support by much of Canada's major media for the Far Right is a disturbing factor.

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Harper Is Only Making Things Worse For Pipelines
Contributed by JaredMilne on Thursday, November 05 at 16:20 (1,303 reads)

Pipelines are a major political issue in Canada. Getting oil to market is seen as critical to Alberta’s economy. They are a high priority for Stephen Harper’s government, so why has there been so little progress on pipelines?

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