Monday, June 15, 2015
On May 14, 2015, nearly seven months before the designated end of his term, the BC Cabinet terminated Richard Bullock from his position as Chair of the Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) without warning. Last week, West Coast wrote to the provincial government suggesting that Mr. Bullock’s termination was . . . → Read More: Environmental Law Alert Blog: West Coast demands reinstatement of illegally fired ALC Chair – and we encourage you to do so, as well
Recently Saskatchewan MP Ralph Goodale wrote a post echoing a sentiment surprisingly popular among what’s left of the Liberal Party membership, and that is, this Conservative government is going to use its influence to gerrymander ridings to maximize support to guarantee future victories.
But Liberals shouldn’t be worried that the Conservatives will actually gerrymander, . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Why Liberals Should Fear Gerrymandering
From democracy to banking, Europe has launched institutions that have shaped the world; with its recent financial crisis, Europe might be about to do it again.
The European financial crisis is only giving further legitimacy and urgency to greater European political integration. It is argued that with many economies dependent on each other, with . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Europe’s Export of Political Integration