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Blog - Alberta Diary October 7
Preston Manning, then the godfather of the Canadian right, at the 2013 Manning Conference
David J. Climenhaga | "Putting a price on carbon" was always going to be unpopular with people who use fossil fuels out of necessity and for fun -- viz., Canadians, with their furnaces, SUVs and snowmobiles.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 6
David J. Climenhaga | It's mildly surprising that Alberta Opposition Leader Jason Kenney is prepared to tie himself so publicly and closely to Ontario Premier Doug Ford.
Blog - เกมส์ยิงปลาW88 www.mydailyproxies.com's staff blog October 5
Sophia Reuss | It was a busy week. We wasted no time in distilling the good, the bad, and the ugly in NAFTA 2.0; analyzing the outcome of the Quebec elections; looking at the latest Trans Mountain Pipeline updates.
Blog - Yves Engler's Blog October 5
Streetcars lined up on Queens Quay in Toronto. Photo: Evan Goldenberg/Wikimedia Commons
Yves Engler | Free public transit could combat both economic inequality and climate disturbances. It could also be part of a serious challenge to private, car-centred transit and urban planning.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 5
Jason Kenney and Doug Ford (Photo: @FordNation, Twitter).
David J. Climenhaga | The future looks golden for Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Alberta United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney. Nevertheless, they are very, very angry.
Blog - เกมส์ยิงปลาW88 www.mydailyproxies.com's staff blog October 5
Humberto DaSilva | Whatever your progressive news needs, you need only reach for your smartphone, and your daily news needs are met, at เกมส์ยิงปลาW88 www.mydailyproxies.com.
Blog - On The Other Hand October 4
Sir Tim Berners-Lee at Open Data Awards 2015. Photo: Open Data Institute Knowledge for Everyone/Flickr
Penney Kome | World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee is set to unveil a new commercial-free platform. He's part of a growing movement to decentralize the web and break down online inequality.
Blog - Brent Patterson October 4
A house with solar panels in Falun, Sweden. Photo by Alicia Fagerving/ Wikimedia Commons.
Brent Patterson | The climate justice movement needs to fight for real solutions, not market-based schemes or modest taxes implemented by a federal government committed to spending billions on a pipeline.
Blog - Making Waves October 4
Graphic: Council of Canadians
Emma Lui | The approval of LNG Canada, a $40-billion fracked gas project, gives the green light to a very thirsty industry that will abuse even more water at a time when water supplies are unpredictable.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 4
Journalist Paula Simons, named yesterday as a member of the Canadian Senate for Alberta (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | Paula Simons, until recently a city columnist for the Edmonton Journal who had a deft ability to swiftly spin a literate and fervent crie de coeur, has been named to the Senate of Canada.
Blog - Brent Patterson October 3
Brent Patterson | The transnational corporations that are driving climate chaos celebrate the new USMCA.
Blog - Brent Patterson October 3
Photo by Robin Tress.
Brent Patterson | We must collectively resist BP's drilling for oil and gas off the coast of Nova Scotia.
Blog - Mel Watkins's blog October 3
Aerial photo of natural gas extraction in La Plata, New Mexico. Photo: Anita Gould/Flickr
Mel Watkins | A new 800-page book, titled "Extraction Empire" and edited by Pierre Belanger, triggers ruminations on staples and extraction.
Blog - Making Waves October 3
Emma Lui | The 2019 Alternative Federal Budget released last week outlines how much funding the Trudeau government needs to allocate in the 2019 budget to protect drinking water and watersheds.
Blog - Yves Engler's Blog October 2
Part of the wall separating most of the West Bank from areas inside Israel. Photo: Montecruz Foto/Flickr
Yves Engler | The dalliance between Doug Ford, Faith Goldy, B'nai Brith and the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs highlights the links between white nationalism, right-wing politics and nationalist campaigners.
Blog - David Suzuki October 2
David Suzuki | What could be more short-term thinking than rushing to exploit as many fossil fuels as possible before cleaner energy sources and the realities of global warming make them economically unviable?
Blog - Brent Patterson October 2
U.S. President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shake hands during a joint press conference. Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead/ Wikimedia Commons
Brent Patterson | Although the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal phases out NAFTA's Chapter 11, analysis suggests transnational capital has other tricks up its sleeve to challenge the public interest.
Blog - Council of Canadians' blog October 2
Trade deal protest. Photo: Fee Plumley/Flickr
Sujata Dey | At midnight on Sunday, Canada and the U.S. agreed on a new NAFTA deal, now called the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. Here is the good, the bad and the ugly within the agreement.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 2
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer speaks Josh Bolten from Business Roundtable about NAFTA. Photo: Andrew Scheer/Flickr
David J. Climenhaga | As Britain's looming Brexit catastrophe shows, so-called trade agreements are easier to get into than out of. So there was not much to be done but negotiate the least awful deal possible.
Blog - The Journalism Doctor October 1
John Miller | A cartoonist's job is not to pillory. It's to make us think.
Blog - Brent Patterson October 1
U.S. NAFTA protest. Photo: Jim Winstead/Flickr
Brent Patterson | Trudeau says it's "a good day for Canada," but is that really the case? While the full text of the USMCA needs to be thoroughly analyzed, a preliminary review raises numerous concerns.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 1
Drumheller-Stettler UCP MLA Rick Strankman (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | UCP skids one of its old-time Wildrosers; environmentalist springs a trap on Jason Kenney; and a question: How's that Brexit thing working out?
Blog - Yves Engler's Blog October 1
Israel flag outside by the Western Wall, Old City of Jerusalem. Photo: Christyn/Flickr
Yves Engler | The NDP should withdraw from the Canada-Israel Interparliamentary Group to send a message that the State of Israel is currently on a path that is unacceptable to the NDP and its members.
Blog - Alberta Diary September 30
Environmentalist Tzeoporah Berman
David J. Climenhaga | Why has no one from mainstream media picked up the phone and asked industry members of Alberta’s Oil Sands Advisory Group their thoughts on Tzeporah Berman’s work?
Blog - Brent Patterson September 29
Photo by Wikimedia commons.
Brent Patterson | The North American Free Trade Agreement has harmed many. NAFTA 2.0 is unlikely to be any different.
Blog - On The Other Hand September 29
Penney Kome | After Christine Blasey Ford's harrowing testimony on Thursday, President Trump ordered an FBI investigation into allegations against his Supreme Court nominee.
Blog - Brent Patterson September 28
Twitter photo by @manitobahydro.
Brent Patterson | The dam under construction in Manitoba is raising concerns not unlike those with the Site C and Muskrat Falls mega-projects.
Blog - Alberta Diary September 28
Edmonton School Trustee Michael Janz (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | The UCP could quickly defuse its latest problem by stating clearly what its education spending proposals are, just as Edmonton public school trustees have requested.
Blog - เกมส์ยิงปลาW88 www.mydailyproxies.com's staff blog September 27
Monia Mazigh | Constantly challenging mainstream stories or bringing new voices and angles for readers is hard work. But เกมส์ยิงปลาW88 www.mydailyproxies.com does it daily and reaches hundreds of thousands of readers.
Blog - Brent Patterson September 27
Photo: Shealah Craighead/Office of the President of the United States/Wikimedia Commons
Brent Patterson | The renegotiation of NAFTA is approaching a significant deadline on September 30. That's the date set out by Washington to deliver the text of a deal with or without Canada.

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