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Environmental Law Alert Blog: Three New Year’s resolutions for the Earth

Monday, January 6, 2014

The beginning of the year is a good time for planning, setting goals.  And with 2014 shaping up to be an important year for environmentally minded Canadians, here, briefly, are our top 3 resolutions for the coming year.

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Environmental Law Alert Blog: Gutting Canada’s environmental laws = increased litigation

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Almost a year ago, Natural Resources Minister, Joe Oliver, made an unfounded accusations that environmental organizations were adopting "a quintessential American approach:  sue everyone and anyone to delay the project even further."  Now, one year later, it's become clear that the government's attack on Canada's environmental laws are . . . → Read More: Environmental Law Alert Blog: Gutting Canada’s environmental laws = increased litigation

CANADIAN PROGRESSIVE WORLD: Budget Bill C-38: Canadian MPs, Citizens, Tweet Their Frustrations

For an incredible 24 hours, Canadian opposition MPs held up the passage of Stephen Harper and the Conservative government’s draconian budget Bill C-38. They forced votes on more than 800 proposed amendments to the 425-page behemoth. In the end the Conservatives torpedoed every opposition amendment, to score a dubious, dictatorship-style 159-0 “victory”. The tweets below . . . → Read More: CANADIAN PROGRESSIVE WORLD: Budget Bill C-38: Canadian MPs, Citizens, Tweet Their Frustrations

Pop The Stack: A Vigil for Our Budget

Tonight, today, right now, MPs are in parliament for an unprecedented marathon of voting on proposed changes and deletions to the omnibus budget bill C-38. If you’ve been sleeping under a rock for the past couple weeks or just don’t find Canadian politics that riveting…then I don’t understand you, but that doesn’t matter just get . . . → Read More: Pop The Stack: A Vigil for Our Budget

Pop The Stack: A Vigil for Our Budget

Tonight, today, right now, MPs are in parliament for an unprecedented marathon of voting on proposed changes and deletions to the omnibus budget bill C-38. If you’ve been sleeping under a rock for the past couple weeks or just don’t find Canadian politics that riveting…then I don’t understand you, but that doesn’t matter just get . . . → Read More: Pop The Stack: A Vigil for Our Budget

bastard.logic: Black Out Speak Out

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