Accidental Deliberations: Thursday Morning Links

This and that for your Thursday reading. – The Star’s editorial board rightly criticizes Doug Ford for his propensity to announce massive cuts first, then begrudgingly acknowledge their unconscionable consequences later. Linda White, Elizabeth Dhuey, Michal Perlman and Petr Varmuza note that Ford’s cuts to child care will be particularly

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Northern Reflections: At Each Other’s Throats

American politics have always been partisan, Glen Pearson writes. But Canadian politics used to be different: Americans have always remained divided along partisan lines, while the Canadian context has been more of accommodation along general principles – a hegemony usually kept together by political parties usually hewing close to the

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Warren Kinsella: Charter of Shites

@JustinTrudeau’s “digital charter:”• doesn’t apply to #LPC • should’ve been done at start of mandate, not end• won’t come into effect until after election• does zero to address cyber-hate • even@TorontoStar says it’s not good enoughOtherwise, it’s great. #cdnpoli — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) May 22, 2019

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