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“I’m frustrated with . . . having governments making policies that don’t represent me,” he said. “I can’t stand idly by while our financial (situation) and our society . . . is coming apart at the seams, and I think more and more people realize that and are hoping for more positive change and a better tomorrow.”
Yesterday I posted about one way in which the Cons' threat to go over the head of Canada's governing institutions in order to hold onto power looks to have plenty of repercussions in the years to come. But let's note another massive gap between the Cons' message of 2008 and their actions since winning a majority government.
The Harper Conservatives' choice to talk about everything but the economy continued on September 30, with the day's debate taken up by the Cons' anti-refugee bill as well as a first look at the latest incarnation of Senate reform.
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I rarely give thanks for Neil Reynolds, but today’s column is a must-read. The point is that taxing large inheritances should appeal not only to those of us concerned about highly unequal outcomes, but also to those simply concerned about equality of opportunity.
As you and your family come together to celebrate the harvest season and give thanks for all the gifts you have received throughout the year, I wish all Canadians a Happy Thanksgiving.
Canadians have much to be thankful for. We are a country with extraordinary opportunities and a bounty of resources. For these reasons and many more, we truly are a fortunate and prosperous nation.
Yet there are many Canadians who face difficult times just trying to make ends meet.
Ads touting "muslims only need apply".
I wonder how those folks had felt if we used that same argument/shit for the argument against immigration?
Chances are, they wouldn't be here posting "muslims wanted" ads.
I still don't quite understand how registering something suddenly turns you into a criminal?
Of course a registry will save no lives, and of course if someone is looking for a saved life, they aren't going to find it as a result of the registry.
I'm sorry so many other people did not. There's 250 more civilians at DND whose jobs will be cut. There's flight attendants at Air Canada who seem poised to go on the world's shortest strike right before getting the contract they don't want forced upon them.
Assorted content for your long weekend reading.
- Bruce Johnstone comments on the real source of Saskatchewan's relative economic success over the past few years - and not surprisingly, it has nothing at all to do with the Sask Party government that's so desperate to take credit:
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As Parliament heads into a week off, let's get caught up on what happened in the last couple of weeks before its break - starting with a day that focused on the NDP's choice of opposition day motions.
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While the Cons have spent nearly all of their time cracking down on immigration and pushing dumb-on-crime policies, Peggy Nash's motion started a discussion of economic issues. And the result was fairly telling on a few sides.