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National Observer | July 24, 2019 | in Published
The hashtag #TrudeauMustGo soared to the top of Twitter's trending list in Canada on Tuesday, perhaps giving some observers the impression that Canadians were taking to social media en masse to express their discontent with the prime minister. But a closer look revealed that much of the activity surrounding the hashtag was actually driven by... More
Stefan Klietsch | May 22, 2019 | in Op-Ed
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It is said that repeating the same thing over again and expecting a different outcome is the definition of insanity.  So, having been caught red-handed in harassing the former Attorney General Judy Wilson-Raybould for not protecting Liberal-friendly firm SNC Lavalin against criminal charges, the Prime Minister’s Office and other Liberals proceeded... More
National Observer | April 17, 2019 | in Published
Pollution from fossil fuels in Canada continues to grow by staggering amounts, with the oilsands sector alone responsible for more carbon pollution than all of B.C. or Quebec in 2017, says the federal government in its latest climate change report to the United Nations. The newest edition of Canada’s National Inventory Report, covering data up to... More
Unpublished Admin | April 1, 2019 | in Personal
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Listen in on Jody Wilson-Raybould's telephone conversation with Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick regarding the Defered Prosecution Agreement for SNC-Lavalin.

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Author and former city councillor Clive Doucet announces candidacy for Green Party in Cape Breton–Canso Sept 12, Grand Etang—The Green Party is pleased to... more
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Green Party of Canada
Cape Breton - Canso
  A secure retirement may depend upon investors knowing which type of investment agent must work FOR the investor, and which is allowed to work COUNTER-TO the... more
larry elford
Premier Ford is once again attacking working families and their children. Parents who work and receive income assistance in Ontario, may also receive a... more
 
August 29, 2019
Doug Ford
On August 12th, the Leaders’ Debates Commission informed People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier that he would not be invited to the federal party... more
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PPC
Leaders Debates
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Elections Canada has erred because facts, although they should be the basis for political opinion, are not inherently political themselves.  A campaign that... more
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2019 Federal Election
Elections Canada
Beware of companies offering pardon services. I've had a bad experience I'd like to share with Unpublished Ottawa's audience.  For starters, before you sign-up... more
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Canadian law
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Canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been roundly condemned by Canadian media, punditry, and political parties since the Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion published... more
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Jane Philpott
I’m gay. There – I said it; or rather, wrote it. Those two words took me almost four decades to utter, but as they say, “Better late than never.’’ As I look... more
 
August 17, 2019
  FCSLLGs self confessed entirely "self taught" internet security expert (who looked like a greasy teenager in grubby clothes wearing a backpack) and the son-... more
Ontario's children's aid society
 For one hundred and seven years, the Gothic Revival turrets of the Château Laurier have towered above the Rideau Canal not far from Parliament Hill. Different... more
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Before exploring the views on climate change in more detail, we asked respondents to rate to what extent, if at all, five issues were problems in Canada. 82%... more
Does the ongoing cronyism scandal rocking the Ford government really matter? The Premier doesn’t think so. I disagree. True, very few people pay attention to... more
On Saturday July 27th I had the privilege of joining a motorboat flotilla protest against an open-mound nuclear waste dump proposed for a Chalk River site... more
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Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
  1839: Ontario passes “An Act to Authorise the Erection of an Asylum within this Province for the Reception of Insane and Lunatic Person.”   “Orillia... more
Over-medicated children
Ontario
Our message to the violent gun criminals is clear. We are coming for them and giving our police the tools they need to hunt them down. The announcement also... more
 
August 5, 2019
Ontario Politics
mental health
Criminal Past

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