Letters

Democratic institutions in America have been questioned and attacked since the Trump Administration took office. In his final weeks of Presidency, a full-blown... more
Joe Biden
Donald Trump
America
democracy
(OTTAWA) – On January 16, on the heels of a May 2020 decision to expand Ottawa's urban boundary, city planners released a draft report recommending the... more
climate change
ottpoli
sustainable development
sprawl
  We report three major and confronting environmental issues that have received little attention and require urgent action. First, we review the evidence that... more
climate change
Conservation
Global Affairs
CLICK HERE TO SIGN THE PETITION ON HOUSEOFCOMMONS.CA Back in December, the Canada Revenue Agency sent out more than 441,000 letters advising people who... more
 
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January 17, 2021
covid-19
cdnpoli
CERB
10 months into the Covid 19 pandemic, and cases continue to rise across the country. A vaccine was supposed to bring this to an end, but the rollout has been... more
vaccine
covid-19
cdnpoli
ONPoli
The Premier issued an emergency stay at home order mandating essential-travel only for groceries, pharmacare, medical appointments, and for essential-workers.... more
covid-19
small business
Ontario
Doug Ford
big box retail
ONPoli
It seems quite clear to me the problem with the constant increases in Covid cases is all of the qualities listed above. Tom Stewart, CEO of the St. Joseph’s... more
covid-19
Healthcare
leadership
Travel
Ed Hand
Tom Stewart
St. Joseph’s Health Centre
Hamilton
Niagara
Paul Woods
London
ONPoli
cdnpoli
It’s all about perspective. On the first night of the Quebec curfew to curb Covid cases, more than 200 tickets were handed out to people who felt they were... more
 
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January 11, 2021
covid-19
curfews
hardship
holidays
WWII
hong kong
Ed Hand
cdnpoli
Quebec
CALL FOR ACTION IN RESPONSE TO THE MASS ARREST OF HONG KONG PRO-DEMOCRACY ACTIVISTS INVOLVED IN THE 2020 PRIMARY ELECTION January 6, 2021 In the morning of... more
Human Rights
China
hong kong
mass arrests
democracy
cdnpoli
When we lived in the arctic during the 1970s and 80s I was fortunate enough to spend a lot of time out on the land with the Inuit. Living beside Moonshine... more
Polar bears
climate change
Environment
Arctic
James Raffan
Paul Strome
fossil fuels
coal
Nova Scotia
cdnpoli

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It’s all about perspective. On the first night of the Quebec curfew to curb Covid cases, more than 200 tickets were handed out to people who felt they were... more
 
Letter type:
January 11, 2021
covid-19
curfews
hardship
holidays
WWII
hong kong
Ed Hand
cdnpoli
Quebec
During this holiday season, the team at Unpublished Media would like to extend its Best Wishes to you and your family and friends for a happy, healthy and... more
2021 New Year
Unpublished Media
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James O'Grady
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Unpublished.Cafe
UnpublishedOttawa.com
Imagine getting into a car accident or waking up to find out you can’t move your legs. You might even have invisible disabilities, like mental health... more
 
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November 29, 2020
ODSP
COVID19
pandemic
Doug Ford
ONPoli
People with Disabilities
Social Services of Ontario
Fear is coursing through long-term care homes in Canada as the country slips into the second wave of the pandemic. Will it be as fatal as the first wave?... more
COVID19
covid-19
Long-term care
Whistleblower protection
John Fraser
Joel Harden
Allan Cutler
David Hutton
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