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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Unpublished Admin | April 1, 2019 | in Personal
Listen in on Jody Wilson-Raybould's telephone conversation with Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick regarding the Defered Prosecution Agreement for SNC-Lavalin.
Jason Arbour | March 25, 2019 | in Published
Names are a combination of words by which a person, place, thing, or any object of thought is labeled. The Name 'Ottawa' and its origins are of the Algonquian linguistic family, the word itself is reference to the powerful Outaouais nation. The Outaouais nation is an Anishnabeg people related to the Ojibwa and Pottawatomie nations, and yet... More
Rob Dekker | February 10, 2019 | in Open
Sunday February 10th, Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer sent a letter to Prime Minister calling to waive solicitor-client relationship priviledge in respect to SNC-Lavalin.  He also called for the Prime Minister to waive all rights to confidentiality in respect of communication to or from the Prime Minister or any member of his staff (previous or... More

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Nathan Cullen announces via Twitter that he will not seek to run in the 2019 federal election, and wishes to focus on his private life. 
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Regardless of political-correctness, or promises about being environmentally friendly, or long-term cost savings, nothing can cover up the new $4.6 billion... more
LRT Stage 2
During our meeting with Mulroney two weeks ago I brought up several concerns in the system that her office is currently investigating regarding the lack of... more
Attorney General
Autism
Caroline Mulroney
Kerry's Place
Lisa Macleod
Ministry of Community and Social Services
I have resigned as Principal Secretary to The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, PC, MP, Prime Minister of Canada. He has accepted my resignation. Recently,... more
SNC-Lavalin
Liberal Party of Canada
Justin Trudeau
Gerald Butts
cdnpoli
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ottpoli
anti-smoking
Jeff Leiper
Ottcity
Dear Elizabeth,   I am an ardent financial supporter of your whole political career. I am also part indigenous myself.  My ancestors are from the coastal Maine... more
Politics
Donald Trump
Elizabeth Warren
USpoli
On February 6, 2019 in the House of Commons former President of the Treasury Scott Brison said “thank you and miss me, but don’t forget me”.  A few days later... more
SNC-Lavalin
#cdnpoli
With the introduction of the amber alert function across the province, we received a warning on our smart phone of the impending tornadoes that swept through... more
The February 25 by-election in Outremont is an opportunity to elect someone who will finally address the issues that matter.  The riding needs a politician who... more
Yasser Harrak
Rachel Bendayan
Thomas Muclair
Justin Trudeau
Coroner’s panel calls for overhaul of Ontario child protection system “From the CASs to group homes to my ministry, we all bear some (?) responsibility,”... more
Children's Aid Society
Marketization of law making is a process that enables the elites to operate as market oriented firms by changing the legal environment in which they operate... more
Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies
We are constituents of Caroline Mulroney. I have a son who is 14, who just started to receive autism therapy under the new Ontario Autism Program. The... more
Autism
Autism Ontario
Autism Policy
autismdoesntendatford
Caroline Mulroney
Jason Koblovsky
Lisa Macleod
ONPoli
Ontario PC
There is something significant happening in Ottawa now and it is not insignificant and it could cost the Liberals the election. It is not insignificant... more
 
February 12, 2019
At the start of 2019, we explored public attitudes toward liberalizing alcohol sales in Ontario. The provincial government expanded store hours in December and... more

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