Monthly Archives: December 2017

Is the Manitoba Parliament and City of Winnipeg really focused on public interest?

Dec 21 2017 – Kevin Yaworski – Public Advocate – WiseupWinnipeg There appears to be some public interest legislation that came out of the last MB Parliament session like improvements to Ombudsman, Disclosure and … What about the new Provincial … Continue reading

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Canada’s Department of National Defence provides this statement about UFO’s after declining CBC request for interview

(image: Department of National Defence) Dec 20 2107 – CBC the Current Part One: U.S. government hidden UFO investigations New revelations show the Pentagon ran a secret UFO program from 2007 until it was officially defunded in 2012. Canada’s Department … Continue reading

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New Collar Promises to Keep Athletes’ Brains from “Sloshing” During Impact – MIT Technology Review

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Winnipeg Sun: PARKIN: The blunt facts about Morneau’s tax cut for the rich

The Liberals need to honor their promises if they are still what the majority of Canadians want. They also need to be honest about what they are doing or planning. This tax cut should have done more to help low … Continue reading

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Alberta’s power grid to get green boost as auction bidders revealed – Globe and Mail

A ranch house sits below a wind farm generating electricity in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains near the town of Pincher Creek, Alta. TODD KOROL/REUTERS Related Reducing our dependency on fossil fuels and accelerate the shift Wind and … Continue reading

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