Last week I posted a story about the National Energy Board taking pity on Enbridge, reducing a fine levied against the energy delivery giant for the damage it caused to private property in Manitoba. Unfortunately, we now learn that this was just the st… . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Friends In High Places: The NEB Continues Its Bromance With Enbridge
Sometimes, words only muddy the message, so I’ll let the following speak for themselves:
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I certainly applaud the spirit of this Star letter:
As the mayors of the GTA come together to ask for funds to clean up from the recent ice storm, I hope that they will recognize the likelihood that this disaster and recent GTA floods were “acts of man.” While most climate change scientists, conservative . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: An Awakening Public?
It already has, many, many times. Given the Harper cabal’s abysmal record on the environment, this is surely a timely cautionary reminder for Canadians:
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My friend Gary recently alerted me to this, which should sicken all Canadian citizens. It is a story of corporate greed, massive amounts of lost tax revenues, and a government that aids and abets both. After viewing it, be sure to read the missive from Star letter-writer Robert Bahlieda that follows, and think about it . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Harper Lies: The Dismal Truth About Corporate Tax Evasion
…but if I were paranoid, I might see a connection between this and this.
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RBC CEO Gord Nixon
I just knew there had to be a logical explanation. This explains that. Recommend this Post
It may be helpful to remember the following video the next time you see an RBC ad portraying the bank as the solution to everyone’s problems. Forty-five soon-to-be-former employees (after they have trained their replacements) would beg to differ with the characterization. I suspect if I had an account with RBC, I would be closing . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: The Royal Bank’s Abasement of Its Employees
Although her views are not radically different from those found at alternative news sites such as The Raw Story, Truthdig or Alternet, jounalist Linda McQuaig is always a treat to read, if for no other reason than the fact that her views make it into… . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: A Progressive Voice In The Mainstream Media