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The Canadian Progressive: ‘Idle No More’ Inspires Canada’s First Nations

Via Aljazeera / YouTube: An aboriginal protest movement in Canada has captivated the country and gained supporters around the world. But can Idle No More and the rest of Canada’s indigenous community come together and force the government to act? Guests: Grand Chief Derek Nepinak, Pamela Palmater, and Tim Powers. […]

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The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Radio Free Nalcor #nlpoli

Talk about putting on the full court press to try and squeeze out every favourable bit of commentary for a project that remains mired in controversy and doubt.

Nalcor is running a couple of days of media trips – free of charge – to the falls itself where Nalcor has already started working on a . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Radio Free Nalcor #nlpoli

The new Conservative journalism: we really want to get to the bottom of Robogate. Stop laughing. We do!

Funny how fast Canadian Conservative writers and operatives can turn on the ethics charm offensive as they quickly close their bag of dirty tricks and begin concern trolling for truth and transparency when it looks good for them. Stephen Taylor and Tim Powers, Conservative writers both, have shown sudden concern about the ethics . . . . . → Read More: The new Conservative journalism: we really want to get to the bottom of Robogate. Stop laughing. We do!

The new Conservative journalism: we really want to get to the bottom of Robogate. Stop laughing. We do!

Funny how fast Canadian Conservative writers and operatives can turn on the ethics charm offensive as they quickly close their bag of dirty tricks and concern troll for truth and transparency when it looks good for them. Both Stephen Taylor and Tim Powers, Conservative writers both, have shown sudden concern about the ethics of the . . . → Read More: The new Conservative journalism: we really want to get to the bottom of Robogate. Stop laughing. We do!