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Cowichan Conversations: Times Colonist Editorial Judgment Unbalanced Regarding Steelhead LNG-Malahat Nation Proposal

Here is a Classic Spin Job Courtesy of the Times Colonist.   Renee Racette, chief executive of the Malahat Nation. Photograph By BRUCE STOTESBURY, Times Colonist By Andrew Duffy-Times Colonist The Malahat First Nation, which Read more… . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Times Colonist Editorial Judgment Unbalanced Regarding Steelhead LNG-Malahat Nation Proposal

Alberta Politics: Upstairs Downstairs at the Edmonton Journal as Sun staff gets ready to move in

PHOTOS: The Edmonton Journal Building at 101st Street and MacDonald Drive in downtown Edmonton. It remains to be seen who will be Upstairs, and who will be Downstairs, when the staff of the Sun joins the staff of the Journal at the same address in the fall. Below: Journal Editor-in-Chief Margo Goodhand, Postmedia President and . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: Upstairs Downstairs at the Edmonton Journal as Sun staff gets ready to move in

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: France honours Canadian D-Day veteran

TweetHaving a large extended family with deep roots in Canada means I have heard many stories about my family’s history, including many tales of those who fought for King and Country overseas. My great-great-uncle Charles Moreau served in the Lord Strathcona’s Horse during the First World War and another great-great uncle fought at the Battle . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: France honours Canadian D-Day veteran

Accidental Deliberations: Friday Morning Links

Assorted content to end your week.

– pogge offers up the definitive response to the Cons’ attempt to encourage a sell-off of First Nations reserve land: When you look past the paternalistic argument that the only way First Nations communities can possibly thrive is to be more like us, this is what’s left: …businesses that . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Friday Morning Links