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Bryan Crockett: Links of the day: March 21, 2013

Commons approves transgender rights bill

This makes me so happy, but it really shouldn’t have to. We shouldn’t have to extend human rights to minorities. They should already have them.

Christy Clark’s ultimatum to feds: No Kits Coast Guard station, no pipeline

Depending on the reaction from the federal government, this could lead to all . . . → Read More: Bryan Crockett: Links of the day: March 21, 2013

Bryan Crockett: Links of the day: March 20, 2013

Peter Penashue Byelection: Harper Wants A Candidate He Can Control, Ex-Tory MP Says

Because we didn’t already know that Stephen Harper is a control freak… Reminds me of this.

British Columbians giving bottled water the boot

Two big reasons why I like this article: 1) bottled water is stupid in most parts of BC. It’s . . . → Read More: Bryan Crockett: Links of the day: March 20, 2013

Bryan Crockett: Links of the day: March 19, 2013

Despite high approval ratings, forces are aligning against Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi

Naheed Nenshi is one of my favourite Canadian politicians. Period. But this article is interesting for two huge reasons: 1) Mr. Nenshi’s popularity really proves Canadians don’t necessarily want big government, or small government, just better government. 2) The Manning Centre is training . . . → Read More: Bryan Crockett: Links of the day: March 19, 2013

Bryan Crockett: Links of the Day: March 18, 2013

Analysis: Conservative scandals could overshadow budget in House this week

The headline to this article really speaks for the entire article. The Conservatives have suffered scandal after scandal after scandal. That’s all my commentary on this article’s going to be, but you should seriously read it.

CBC: Canadian federal research deal ‘potentially muzzles’ U.S. scientists

. . . → Read More: Bryan Crockett: Links of the Day: March 18, 2013