Monthly Archives: September 2017

This isn’t going to end well – powerful statements from novelist / biologist

Barbara Kingsolver’s novel Flight Behaviour is widely viewed as a climate change parable because it captures the emotional essence of living through an era of climate change. (Annie Griffiths) Sept 27 2017 – Kevin Yaworski – Global Citizen It is … Continue reading

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Fiscal responsibility by government and public services prevents tax hikes or austerity

Sept 16 2017 – Kevin Yaworski – WiseUpWinnipeg This is related to the City of Winnipeg and Province of Manitoba but much of this is related to similar fiscal responsibility that is needed elsewhere in Canada but especially so in … Continue reading

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Equifax credit reporting agency hacked – check if you affected

Image: photos.com credit score Sept 8 2017 – Kevin Yaworski Over 200k US credit files with Equifax accessed by hackers. An undisclosed number of Canadians affected. Here is some info and links to learn more, check if your credit report … Continue reading

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Police Chief calls for increased speed limit – this shouldn’t be surprising

This story involes Edmonton but shows some of what is lacking in Winnipeg and its police chief plus what can be done about it. In the CBC article below Edmonton police chief Rod Knecht calls for increased speed limit on … Continue reading

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