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The Progressive Economics Forum: Ten Things to Know About Homelessness in Canada

This afternoon I gave a presentation at Raising the Roof’s Child & Family Homelessness Stakeholder Summit in Toronto. My slide deck can be downloaded here. To accompany the presentation, I’ve prepared the following list of “Ten Things to Know About Homelessness in Canada.”

1.Efforts to enumerate persons experiencing homeless have generally been spotty, but it . . . → Read More: The Progressive Economics Forum: Ten Things to Know About Homelessness in Canada

The Progressive Economics Forum: Dix Choses à Savoir sur l’Itinérance au Canada

Cet après-midi, j’ai fait une présentation au Child & Family Homelessness Stakeholder Summit, organisé par Chez Toit, à Toronto. Ma presentation, illustrée de diapositives, peut être téléchargée ici. Pour accompagner la présentation, je vous ai préparé la liste suivante des « Dix choses à savoir sur l’itinérance au Canada. »

1. Les tentatives de dénombrer . . . → Read More: The Progressive Economics Forum: Dix Choses à Savoir sur l’Itinérance au Canada

The Progressive Economics Forum: Homelessness in Canada’s North

Over at the blog of Northern Public Affairs, I’ve written a post titled “Ten Things to Know About Homelessness in Canada’s North.”

Topics covered in the post include the high cost of construction in many parts of the North, the relatively high costs of operating housing in the North, and declining federal funding for social . . . → Read More: The Progressive Economics Forum: Homelessness in Canada’s North

Accidental Deliberations: On inconsistent statements

Shorter Leona Aglukkaq: It’s libellous to suggest that I privately demanded that Sam Tutanuak apologize for exposing the fact that my constituents are going hungry. But while I have your attention, I may as well take the opportunity to publicly demand that Sam Tutanuak apologize for exposing the fact that my constituents are going hungry.

. . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: On inconsistent statements

Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: #LyingLeona Lets Them Eat Cake From The Dump

Conservative Minister Leona A. is a disgrace. That means she’s a fine representative of the Conservative Party of Canada.

You may remember other Lying Leona blunders from such stories as Canada phasing out coal, and the Canadian government isn’t muzzling scientists.

. . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: #LyingLeona Lets Them Eat Cake From The Dump

Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: Harper Government to Aid Canadian Calendar Industry (guest blog)

(The following is reported {in jest} by Richard of Cornwall)

“Since the former Liberal Government created the new territory of Nunavut, the Canadian calendar industry has been suffering. It is the intention of the Harper Government to redress this wrong.”

This is a quote from Stephen Harper on a . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Harper Government to Aid Canadian Calendar Industry (guest blog)

BigCityLib Strikes Back: Polar Bear Potpourri

 Recently, the Nunavut government sponsored an aerial survey of the Hudson Bay polar population in which they concluded that:

“[T]he bear population is not in crisis as people believed,” said Drikus Gissing, Nunavut’s director of wildlife management. “There is no doom and gloom.”

Mr. Gissing added that the government isn’t dismissing concerns about climate change, . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Polar Bear Potpourri