Tag Archives: Liberal

Canada votes 2019 results

Oct 22 2019 – Kevin Yaworski – Concerned Citizen Here is how Canada’s federal election would have looked based on one proposed proportional representation model. Does the current first past the post model look fair to you? The Liberal party … Continue reading

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Have the Canadian Federal emmissions reduction plans started working?

Oct 8 2019 – Concerned Citizen Social misleadia post or rant? “Canada had a 0.6% rate of reduction in emissions per year under the Liberals the UN has reported well under the 3.5% promised. The US delivered 1.5% reduction while … Continue reading

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Climate change science goes back decades ⁠— and so does rapid climate change skepticism, says historian

International director of the Norwegian Polar Institute Kim Holmen relaxes with a cup of tea as he travels past the Wahlenberg Glacier in Oscar II land at Spitsbergen in Svalbard, Norway, on Aug. 5, 2019. The northernmost town on the … Continue reading

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Rapid Climate change discussion needs to get back to unbiased science and facts

The global news article below is better than most but is still somewhat biased and makes several assumptions. Sadly both sides of the rapid climate change and many other current and important discussions use exaggeration, propaganda and rely on false … Continue reading

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Has the populist wave crested?

Has the populist wave crested? Three years ago, it seemed like a tide of far-right discontent would wash away political orders around the world. A lot has changed since then JOHN RAPLEY SPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL PUBLISHED MARCH … Continue reading

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Canadian Government proposing replacing the National Energy Board Regulator via Bill-C69 and appointing board members and high paid CEO

March 30 2019 – Various news sources plus commentary Here is an update on the status of Bill-C69, a collection of news articles, details of the appointments and some commentary. This bill passed in the house with Liberal majority and … Continue reading

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Justice, jobs and SNC-Lavalin: How much does the engineering giant matter to the economy?

The new Champlain Bridge, seen under construction on Feb. 28, is among SNC’s largest federal contracts. CHRISTINNE MUSCHI/THE GLOBE AND MAIL — Commentary Many of the public and in government are saying there should not be two sets of rules … Continue reading

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