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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
 
January 17, 2021
covid-19
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CERB
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
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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
covid-19
curfews
hardship
holidays
WWII
hong kong
Ed Hand
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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
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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
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Factual history plays a huge role in regard to the racism that has been perpetrated against indigenous people in North America even before the first explorers... more
Fisheries
Racism
lobster
Indigenous
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Maritimes
During this holiday season, the team at Unpublished Media would like to extend its Best Wishes to you and your family and friends for a happy, healthy and...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Unpublished Media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
unpublished.vote
Unpublished.Cafe
UnpublishedOttawa.com
2020 was a year to remember, or perhaps to forget. It started with rail blockades, wildfires in Australia, and Ukrainian International Airlines Flight 572... more
Abacus Data
cdnpoli
election
Justin Trudeau
covid-19
"In the last 24 hours alone 18 residents have died and there have been 115 new reported COVID-19 infections in Ontario’s long-term care homes. The second wave... more
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ONPoli
covid-19
health care
The Broadcasting Act blunder series with a continued examination of the “regulate everything ” approach in Bill C-10. A previous post focused on the regulation... more
broadcasting
cdnpoli
regulations
To start, I want to say that my main concern is with the release of Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig and putting an end to hostage diplomacy. That is my... more
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Global Affairs
huawei
China
The Broadcasting Act Blunder series has covered claims by Canadian Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault that the bill contains significant economic thresholds ... more
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broadcasting
CRTC
Heritage
The Broadcasting Act Blunder series continues this week with posts focused on the uncertainty fuelled by a bill that was months in the making, yet leaves... more
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broadcasting
Internet
regulation
Canada’s privacy sector privacy law was born in the late 1990s at a time when e-commerce was largely a curiosity and companies such as Facebook did not exist.... more
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data
privacy
big data
A Canadian Military operation has recently been brought to light. One that has been using propaganda and technology to influence Canadians. The Defence... more
UnpublishedTV
Canadian Military
propaganda
dnd
Emma Briant
David J. Bercuson
Marcus Kolga
Dave Scanlon
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