By: Sierra Club Canada | Press Release: Restore Our Water International (ROWI) and Sierra Club Canada criticize the International Joint Commission (IJC) Draft Great Lakes Regional Adaptive Management Plan as being insufficient for solving the current low water crisis on Lakes Michigan and Huron. The IJC recently finished conducting webinars on […]
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It’s not the low poll numbers or the ethnic voter outreach controversy, the real problem for the BC Liberals is that there are BC Liberals who want a problem.
Considering it was just 2011 when the federal Conservatives’ ethnic voter strategy made headlines it’s more than obvious that the current outrage against Christy Clark and . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: The Real Problem For BC Liberals
By Marc Garneau Press Release | Feb. 13, 2013: OTTAWA – Federal Liberal Leadership front-runner Justin Trudeau has a responsibility to tell Canadians where he stands and where he intends to lead now, not after the leadership race is over, says leadership candidate Marc Garneau. “As Liberals, we cannot wait until after the leadership race . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Liberal leadership race: Garneau calls on Trudeau to take a stand
A few months ago, I travelled to Toronto at the invitation of Louise Kinross, Director of Communications at Holland Bloorview Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital. I spoke to the parents there about my book and the Capability Approach, but while I was in the city, I took the opportunity to visit PLAN Toronto as well. I did . . . → Read More: THE CAREGIVERS’ LIVING ROOM – A Blog by Donna Thomson: New Future Planning Magazine Hot Off the Press!
Instead of raising the retirement age and distressing seniors with low-income the government should have prevented wealthier Canadians from receiving Old Age Security; not only would this have been fairer but would have saved hundereds of millions of dollars more.
It makes sense that Canadians who are 65 and older and who make . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: How Old Age Security Should Have Been Reformed