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ffibs: Condensed version of the Wynne, Prentice Meeting

Filed under: Cartoons (Single Panel), Environment, Making fun of Conservatives, Making fun of Liberals

ffibs: So many eggs lost, so many baskets left empty

Filed under: Cartoons (Single Panel), Making fun of Conservatives, Making fun of Harper

ffibs: Hey Prentice here is a sophism to help you out

Filed under: Cartoons (Single Panel), Environment, Making fun of Conservatives, Making fun of Harper

ffibs: Harpers CATCH 22

Filed under: Cartoons (Single Panel), Making fun of Conservatives, Making fun of Harper

ffibs: Falling oil prices affect Canadians differently across the country

Filed under: Cartoons (Single Panel), Environment, Making fun of Harper

ParliamANT Hill: Former Tory minister on the hot seat over Antbridge lobbying gig

Inspired by this headline: http://www.cbc.ca/newsblogs/politics/inside-politics-blog/2014/01/former-minister-turned-spy-oversignt-chair-faces-questions-over-enbridge-lobbying-gig.html

The Canadian Progressive: Harper Government must heed environment commissioner’s warnings: David Suzuki

By Dr. David Suzuki | Published by Troy Media on Feb. 13, 2013: When the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform exploded in 2010, killing 11 people and spewing massive amounts of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, it cost more than $40 billion to mop up the mess. In Canada, an oil company would be liable . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Harper Government must heed environment commissioner’s warnings: David Suzuki

Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Autism, Intellectual Disability & Environment: Children of Immigrants in Sweden At Greater Risk of Developing Autism with Intellectual Disability

Swedish Flag by Matti Mattila  A major Swedish study offers uncomfortable news to the DSM-5 team trying to pretend there is no relationship between autism and the intellectual disability which affects the vast majority of those with classic Autistic Disorder. It will also be disconcerting  to those who devoutly believe that autism is 100% . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Autism, Intellectual Disability & Environment: Children of Immigrants in Sweden At Greater Risk of Developing Autism with Intellectual Disability