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Alberta Diary: Tory income-splitting tax policy: It’s about creating and preserving gender inequality and making rich guys richer

Whew! This income splitting is a killer. Actual perfect families as seen by the Harper Government may not appear exactly like Canadian reality. Below: Queen’s University tax law professor Kathleen Lahey.

A fundamental purpose the Harper Government’s ideologically driven income-splitting tax scheme is to undermine women’s equality, Queen’s University tax law professor Kathleen . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Tory income-splitting tax policy: It’s about creating and preserving gender inequality and making rich guys richer

OPSEU Diablogue: Few anti-stigma campaigns based on evidence — Stuart

“Mental health is set aside as that other kind of health care we don’t want to talk about.” – Asante Haughton, one of three youth featured in the Ontario Shores produced film “Talk To Someone: You’re Not Alone.” Queen’s University … Continue reading →

OPSEU Diablogue: New CMA president-elect looks to Scotland as model of improvement

Kingston’s Dr. Chris Simpson has been acclaimed president-elect of the Canadian Medical Association. His term as President begins August 2014. Simpson is professor of medicine and chief of cardiology at Queen’s University as well as medical director of the Cardiac … Continue reading →

Andy Lehrer's Firebrand blog: My letter to the National Post

My response to the article “Jewish alumni ‘distressed, disappointed’ over Queen’s University plan to give Jimmy Carter honorary degree” is the lead letter in today’s National Post.

Canadian Firebrand: My letter to the National Post

My response to the article “Jewish alumni ‘distressed, disappointed’ over Queen’s University plan to give Jimmy Carter honorary degree” is the lead letter in today’s National Post.

Andy Lehrer: My letter to the National Post

My response to the article “Jewish alumni ‘distressed, disappointed’ over Queen’s University plan to give Jimmy Carter honorary degree” is the lead letter in today’s National Post. . . . → Read More: Andy Lehrer: My letter to the National Post

LeDaro: It is great that Queen’s University is honouring Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter is a great man and deserves such an honour. I am a Queen’s graduate and proud of it.H/T: sol chrom . . . → Read More: LeDaro: It is great that Queen’s University is honouring Jimmy Carter

Andy Lehrer: CFRC: A debate on community radio in Kingston

This past February, I wrote an article for the Queen’s Journal on a proposal by the the AMS Board of Directors (the student government body at Queen’s University) to restructure the radio station and impose on it essentially the same management and emp… . . . → Read More: Andy Lehrer: CFRC: A debate on community radio in Kingston

Andy Lehrer's Firebrand blog: CFRC: A debate on community radio in Kingston

This past February, I wrote an article for the Queen’s Journal on a proposal by the the AMS Board of Directors (the student government body at Queen’s University) to restructure the radio station and impose on it essentially the same management and employment structure and rules that other services operate under. As a former . . . → Read More: Andy Lehrer’s Firebrand blog: CFRC: A debate on community radio in Kingston

Canadian Firebrand: CFRC: A debate on community radio in Kingston

This past February, I wrote an article for the Queen’s Journal on a proposal by the the AMS Board of Directors (the student government body at Queen’s University) to restructure the radio station and impose on it essentially the same management and employment structure and rules that other services operate under. As a former . . . → Read More: Canadian Firebrand: CFRC: A debate on community radio in Kingston

OPSEU Diablogue: Coalition forums continue this week in Kingston, Cornwall and Ottawa

Dennis Howlett, coordinator of Canadians for Tax Fairness, will be at all three public health care forums this week in Eastern Ontario. The forums are hosted by the Ontario Health Coalition. Given the focus on debt, deficit and public sector … Continue reading →